Monthly Archives: April 2015

Do it again, God!

This quote from Chesterton’s Orthodoxy kills me, in a good, chuckle-to-myself kind of way. If you have kids, or spend lots of time around them, this speaks volumes about our incredible God who never gets tired of doing it again: “A child kicks its legs rhythmically through excess, not absence, of life. Because children have abounding […]

Bibleworks 10 is here!

Yes, it’s true, the newest offering by Bibleworks is now available in release number 10. I haven’t put it through it’s paces yet, but after watching the intro video, it looks very promising, especially since it can now be downloaded in full or as a upgrade without the need for DVD’s (those were a bit […]

Smith on Comparative Religion

Reading the iconic Zed Smith recently, I came across this thought-provoking quote on the study of religion: Each scholar of religion . . . is concerned with phenomena that are historical in the simple, grammatical senses of the term, . . . with events and expressions from the past, reconcieved vividly. The scholar of religion […]

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Comments on the New Testament and Early Christianity (and related matters)

Daniel B. Wallace

Executive Director of CSNTM & Senior Research Professor of NT Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary

Life Matters New York

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Old School Script

where linguistics & biblical studies intersect

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Bridging Eastern and Western New Testament Scholarship

German for Neutestamentler

A blog devoted to the translation of German New Testament scholarship


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Words on the Word

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