Monthly Archives: December 2013

Free Books: Of the Reformed Sort (Edwards, Warfield, Baxter)

First, I want to remind Thom, the winner of the Pocket Dictionaries, and Maestro Abraham Armenta, the winner of Linguistics for Students of New Testament Greek, to send me your address. Now that that’s outta the way . . . … Continue reading

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Greek Like a Violin

This morning, Brian Renshaw, over at NT Exegesis, introduced me to Tavis Bohlinger’s Greek Like a Violin series. In this series, Tavis logs his Greek studies. His goal is to study Greek in a deliberate manner: no more haphazard study of Greek; define … Continue reading

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It’s Hard For Kids To Be Patient…

Originally posted on Zwinglius Redivivus:
via Ref.ch on FB

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QOTD: Chrysostom

“Τοῦτο γὰρ ἐπαίδευσεν αὐτὸν ἡ ἐλεημοσύνη· οὐκέτι ἐπιθυμεῖ  τῶν τοῦ πλησίον·  πῶς γὰρ, ὁ τὰ αὐτοῦ ἀποκτώμενος, καὶ διδούς; οὐκέτι βασκαίνει τῷ πλουτοῦντι· πῶς γὰρ, ὁ βουλόμενος γενέσθαι πένης;” For almsgiving teaches this: the one who gives no longer desires his neighbor’s … Continue reading

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Free: Linguistics for Students of New Testament Greek

Today I will be giving away a free copy of David Alan Blacks’ Linguistics for Students of New Testament Greek. If you are a student of New Testament Greek, this resource is a must have. I know that it has been … Continue reading

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Learning Biblical Greek

As a part of my job as Dr. Black’s Research Assistant, I am occasionally asked to respond to emails inquiring about Greek resources and advice on how to further one’s development in the language. Here is a portion of the … Continue reading

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Progress on Chyrsostom Project

Two days ago I introduced my plans to read through Chrysostom in a year. Yesterday, I mentioned the possibility of crowdsourcing the task of morphological tagging the text. I did the first paragraph as an example. For those of you … Continue reading

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Free Books: IVP Pocket Dictionaries

It’s that time of year again. Time for me to go through my library, find duplicates, and give them out to my readers during the Christmas season. It’s my way of saying thanks to everyone that reads the blog, and … Continue reading

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Crowdsourcing Chrysosotom

For a long time I have thought it would be a great thing to have the Migne Greek Father and Latin Father series digitized, tagged, and translated. It was brought to my attention that Logos plans on releasing the Greek … Continue reading

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Chrysostom’s Homilies on Philippians in a Year

I plan on reading through Chrysostom’s homilies on Philippians in a year. You can join me if you want. Over the next month, I will be hard at work typing up Migne’s text of these homilies, and dividing them up … Continue reading

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