Mar 12, 2016
Applying Genesis 1:28?
This is probably not the best way to apply Genesis 1:28.
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Labels: Application, Genesis, Illustrations
Mar 11, 2016
Two Checklists for Preachers
David Murray has a couple of helpful checklists for preachers. Here is one on exegesis and here is one on introductions.
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Mar 10, 2016
New Commentary Series
Bloomsbury T&T Clark launched a new commentary series entitled the International Theological Commentary (ITC) Series. The first volume is Joel by Christopher Seitz. You can read more about this volume and the series through an interview with the series editors here.
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Labels: Commentary, Joel, Old Testament, Theological Hermeneutics
Mar 9, 2016
E.Y. Mullins Lectures: Mark Dever on Preaching
You can listen to or watch Mark Dever's three messages on preaching that he recently gave at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary for the E.Y. Mullins Lectures here.
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Mar 8, 2016
Jude in the Southwestern Journal of Theology
You can access a free PDF of the latest issue of the Southwestern Journal of Theology for free here. The theme of this issue is the book of Jude. Other free issues are also available at the same link.
Posted by Charles Savelle at 9:12 AM No comments:
Mar 7, 2016
Another Ancient Seal Found in Jerusalem
A seal found in Jerusalem and dated to the first temple period belonging to a woman named Elihana bat Gael has been found. You can read about it here, here, and here. A seal like this might help illustrate passages such as Proverbs 31:16.
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Labels: Biblical Archaeology, Jerusalem, Proverbs
Craig Blomberg's Research Methodology
Nijay Gupta continues his helpful "How I Do Research" series with Craig Blomberg here.
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Mar 6, 2016
Pagan Worship at the City Gate
Carl Rasmussen has a nice post here on pagan worship at the city gate using et-Tell as an example.
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Labels: Biblical Archaeology, Old Testament, Worship
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