Category Archives: New Testament Studies

Book Review: Galatians and Christian Theology

Mark W. Elliott, Scott J. Hafemann, N.T. Wright, and John Frederick, eds. Galatians and Christian Theology. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2014, 400 pp.; Kindle edition $22.99. Amazon Kindle Version Here. Galatians and Christian Theology is the published volume of the plenary … Continue reading

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Runge on a Roll

If you are interested in biblical Greek, you should check out what Steven Runge has been up to these days. Brian Renshaw recently interviewed him about his new High Definition Commentary on Romans. You can check out both parts of … Continue reading

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Jesus, the Insurrectionist?

There are three elements within Luke 23 that I have always understood independently, but never put together as a coherent whole until today. In 23:2, Luke narrates Jesus’ appearance before Pilate wherein the Jewish leaders claim, “We found this one misleading our … Continue reading

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Translation Tuesday: Catenae Graecorum 02

Here is the second iteration in the Catenae Catenae Graecorum of 1 Thessalonians. Today’s text is rather simple, as it is the table of contents for the book. Enjoy: ΚΕΦΑΛΑΙΑ ΤΗΣ ΠΡΟΣ ΘΕΕΣΣΑΛΟΝΙΚΕΙΣ ΠΡΩΤΗΣ ΕΠΙΣΤΟΛΗΣ  α´.        Ἔπαινος θεσσαλονικέων ἐπὶ τοῖς … Continue reading

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Translation Tuesday: Catenae Graecorum

I thought I might reinstitute Translation Tuesday. The posts will be excepts from the Catenae Graecorum on 1 Thessalonians. The Catenae was compiled by John Anthony Cramer and, for the book of 1 Thessalonians, primarily consists of comments from Theodore … Continue reading

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On Removing the Comma From My Brother’s Eye

I have two active tasks on my agenda: (1) Translate through the NT in my personal time, and (2) write my thesis. The two of these tasks collided yesterday as I ran through the edits my good friend Thomas Hudgins … Continue reading

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Jesus Heals the Little Children? Preliminary Thoughts on Mark 10:13

Most of us are familiar with the story of Jesus and the little children. A group of individuals bring children to Jesus, and his disciples rebuke them. Jesus, in turn, welcomes them and uses the occasion as an opportunity to … Continue reading

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