I encourage my students to watch the Daily Dose of Greek and Daily Dose of Hebrew videos. Here is the Daily Dose of Greek for today from Matthew 27:51-52.
Mar 25, 2016
Daily Dose of Greek: Good Friday Edition
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Labels: Biblical languages, Greek, Jesus, Matthew, New Testament
Mar 24, 2016
This is a another nice video from the folks at The Bible Project. This one provides a nice explanation of the structure of the Psalms as argued by Gerald Wilson and others.
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Labels: Old Testament Video, Psalms
Mar 23, 2016
Online Resources for Studying Q and the Synoptic Problem
Michael Kok has a helpful compilation of links related to studying Q here. Many of the links might also be helpful for studying the synoptic problem in general.
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Labels: Gospels, New Testament, Synoptics
Mar 22, 2016
The Biblical Languages
Here is a word from Terry Wilder on the importance of studying the biblical languages.
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Labels: Biblical languages, Greek, Hebrew
Rob Jenkins asks and attempts to answer the question, "Why Are Some Academics So Unprofessional?" here. As one who has spent a fair amount of time in the academic world, I think that the author's negative experiences are more common than they should be. The same could be said for many pastors and ministry leaders as well. In any case, Jenkins offers some solutions that are worth considering.
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Labels: Academics, Leadership, Ministry, Service
Mar 21, 2016
Passover Pesach 2015 Seder Rube Goldberg Machine
The following video came out last year but it is worth watching if you haven't seen it or maybe worth watching again if you have.
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Labels: Exodus, Old Testament, Passover, Video
Mar 20, 2016
The Historicity of Esther
It is rare these days to find someone who will affirm the historicity of Esther. So this brief article was a pleasant surprise.
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Labels: Esther, Judaism, Old Testament
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