Category Archives: Teaching

A Hebrew Class Update

The Hebrew class has done it again. We have completed another book. Each week we get together and sight read from a select book of the Bible. A few months ago, we completed the book of Jonah. This morning, we … Continue reading

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What Makes a Good Class: The Trifecta

When I began my studies at Southeastern, there was a vague notion lingering in the back of my mind that one day I would like to teach in the college, seminary, or university. This notion drove me to begin evaluating … Continue reading

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Greek Grammar I

I hope to see you tonight at Cary Alliance Church 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM as we begin an exciting journey through biblical Greek Grammar. Tonight we will learn the Greek alphabet, punctuation, accents, and pronunciation. If you can’t be … Continue reading

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Why Study Greek?: An Interview with David Alan Black

Recently, I had the opportunity to talk with Dr. Black on the topic, “Why should I study/teach Greek in the context of the local church?” You can find that interview here.

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Greek Grammar I Course

I have just set up the blog for Greek Grammar I, which will begin January 17th, 2013. Here is the link for that site. Hope to see you there.

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Greek Course: Official Announcement

As promised, here are the details about my forthcoming Greek Grammar I course. It will be offered at Cary Alliance Church (4108 Ten-Ten Road Apex, NC. 27539). The class will run once a week for an hour and a half. … Continue reading

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The Power of First Impressions

Last night I settled in for some reading. It was finally time to make some headway on my “Justin Martyr’s Exegesis of the Old Testament” paper. I was reading through the usual background sources when I came to Roger Olson’s The … Continue reading

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Graduation Day!

Today was graduation day for my Hebrew Grammar I and Hebrew Grammar II class. Today marks the conclusion of a class that Nathaniel Cooley and I began one year ago. We started with around 7-8 students. We have ended with … Continue reading

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An Infected Plant And An Infected Soul

I am an amateur gardener.  I like to work in the dirt, but not too much.  I love to plant a cucumber or tomato plant, watch it take root, shoot up, blossom, and bear fruit.  The first year Mary Beth … Continue reading

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Disappointment with Commentaries

Please indulge me as I vent a bit more about commentary B.  I only feel it is necessary because I believe that the issues I am currently finding are too often characteristic of modern commentaries. As you saw in the … Continue reading

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