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Researching and Writing

I’m sure many of you have struggled with the choice between digital and physical books. I know I have. Most of my library is in the old fashion paper form. There is nothing like being able to hold a book … Continue reading

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Handing off the Baton

My time as research assistant for Dr. Black—and intern at Logos for that matter—is quickly coming to an end. I will greatly miss the responsibilities of both positions. But I’m not the focus of this post. I wanted to introduce … Continue reading

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Kindle Deal: Learn to Read New Testament Greek

Dr. David Alan Black’s book, Learn to Read New Testament Greek, is currently on sale for $7.99 (Kindle version). If you have been itching to learn NT Greek, here’s your chance to do it with an excellent text for little money!

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A Good Reminder

Quote from Boice’s Expositional Commentary on Ephesians: “The second meaning of the word “faithful” is “to continue in faith” or, as we might say, “to keep the faith.” It involves the idea of perseverance in the Christian life, enduring to … Continue reading

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James Boice

Have an extra C note sitting around the house and don’t know what to do with it? You can always put it to excellent use by donating it to a great cause: getting me the 27 volume set of James … Continue reading

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On the Road

We have left and are officially out of NC!

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The Final Countdown

I woke up this morning and listened to this: That’s right, folks, the final countdown is on. Three days until launch (Saturday morning). I’ve lost a good deal of time over the past couple of days. I was laid up … Continue reading

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A.T. Robertson’s Greek Final

I found this over at SBCheritage.com. It is John Broadus’ final exam, assisted by A.T. Robertson. I thought I might give some of the questions a try without study, lexicon, or other helps. Let’s see how it goes! 1) 1 … Continue reading

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Congeniality, Scholarship, and the PA Conference

Dr. Black’s post on his unblog on the Pericope Adulterae conference reminded me of a very important aspect that I completely forgot… Each of the presenters disagreed with one another. They each argued clearly, concisely, passionately, and adamantly for their … Continue reading

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Debriefing the Pericope Adulterae

Well, the PA conference is over now. It was a rather unique experience for me. This was the first time I’ve ever live blogged. Added to that, I was tweeting, taking pictures, and manning the mic for the Q&A sessions. … Continue reading

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