May 12, 2012
Free Audio of 2012 Expository Preaching Workshop
You can access free audio from the 2012 Expository Preaching Workshop held at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in March here.
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Labels: Audio, Expository Preaching
May 11, 2012
A Bible Lover's Dream
Clifford Kvidahl notes that the German Bible Society has made NA27, UBS GNT, LXX, BHS, and the Vulgate available and in unicode.I may have noted this before, but a reminder wouldn't hurt.
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Psalm 119 Chart
This is a nice diglot of Psalm 119.
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May 10, 2012
This is an interesting infographic from Lifeway Research. You can read the accompanying article here.
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May 9, 2012
Sermon Preparation in the Real World
See Kevin DeYoung's post on weekly sermon preparation. While I suspect this was made up, this is probably and sadly pretty typical.
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Of Cats and Mice and Greek and Hebrew
The following story was posted on by a Facebook friend recently.
A mother mouse and a baby mouse are walking along when suddenly a cat attacks them. The mother mouse shouts “BARK!” and the cat runs away. “See?” the mother mouse says to her baby. “Now do you see why it’s important to learn a foreign language?
I guess this is why we are supposed to learn Greek and Hebrew!
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Labels: Biblical languages
May 8, 2012
Sy Gitin on Ekron of the Philistines
You can watch a lecture with Sy Gitin, Director of the Albright Institute, entitled "Ekron of the Philistines: From Sea Peoples to Olive Oil Industrialists" which was given March 2012 at the Lanier Theological Library here. You can also order the DVD and other lectures DVD's here.
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Labels: Biblical Archaeology
May 7, 2012
Tipping Preaching Cows
Jared Moore has some good advice on "10 Sacred Cows that Need to be Tipped."
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McKnight on Supersessionism
Scot McKnight has an interesting post entitled "Supersessionism is Not Biblical" here.
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Labels: Church Discipline, Israel, New Testament, theology
Reading the Bible
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May 6, 2012
Bibliolatry and a High View of Scripture
Kevin DeYoung has a great defense from J. I. Packer concerning the charge of bibliolatry for those who hold a high view of Scripture.
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Labels: Bible, Bibliology, J. I. Packer, Scripture
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