See this interesting article.
HT: Ben Blackwell
Nov 14, 2015
The Death of Printed Academic Books?
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Nov 13, 2015
The Provenance of Philemon
Phillip J. Long has a nice summary of the proposed provenances of Paul's letter to Philemon here.
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Labels: New Testament, Philemon
Nov 12, 2015
Capturing and Saving Quotes
Wayne Stiles has a helpful post on how to capture and saving great quotes found in a variety of formats here.
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Labels: Illustrations, Sermons
Nov 11, 2015
Leland Ryken on What Every Book of the Old Testament Is About
See this post at the Crossway blog in which Leland Ryken provides a brief paragraph explaining what every book of the Old Testament is about.
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Labels: Old Testament
Nov 10, 2015
Granville Sharp's Birthday
Anyone who has taken Greek in either Bible college or seminary has probably heard of the Granville Sharp rule. The rule regarding a certain construction involving the definite article was first articulated in Sharp's book, Remarks on the Uses of the Definitive Article in the Greek Text of the New Testament: Containing many New Proofs of the Divinity of Christ, from Passages which are wrongly Translated in the Common English Version. In any case, Granville Sharp was born on this day in 1735.
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Labels: Biblical languages, Greek
Nov 9, 2015
Free PDF of William Ramsay’s The Cities of St Paul
Rob Bradshaw has made a free PDF of William Ramsay’s classic work The Cities of St Paul available here.
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Labels: Acts, Books, New Testament, Paul
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