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Zondervan Exegetical Commentary Sale

If you haven’t seen already, Logos has 8/10 of the Zondervan Exegetical Commentaries on sale for $9.99 each (the two excluded volumes are Mark Strauss’ commentary on Mark and Karen Jobes’ on the 1–3 John). This is the best sale I’ve ever seen … Continue reading

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Book Review: Language for God in Patristic Tradition

Language for God in Patristic Tradition: Wrestling with Biblical Anthropomorphism. By Mark Sheridan. Downers Grove, IL: IVP Academic, 2015, 254 pp., $26.00 paper. Biblical characterizations of God are often theologically unworthy of him and are, at times, downright immoral. Not only … Continue reading

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A Hearty Thank You and My Current Reading List

This evening, UPS arrived at my door with a package. Inside—Benjamin J. M. Johnson’s Reading David and Goliath in Greek and Hebrew—was a very generous gift from one of mentors at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Apparently, he read my twitter feed, … Continue reading

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Free: Vol. 1 of Journal of Theological Interpretation

Logos’ Free book of the month—Volume 1 of The Journal of Theological Interpretation—is now available. You can also pick up John Walton’s book Genesis 1 as Ancient Cosmology for an additional $1.99. Get them both here.

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Reasons Evangelicals Should Vote for Donald Trump

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Customizable Reader’s Editions

I was asked to contibute to Logos’ academic blog recently to talk about a new feature in Logos Now: The Reader’s Edition. You can read all about it here.

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Google Translate Extension

Language acquisition is difficult and time consuming. You’ve learned the grammar—for the most part—but still can’t read news articles, websites, or even general blurbs because you don’t have as extensive a vocabulary as you’d like. So, you have to pull out … Continue reading

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1 Thess 1:2–7 and the Daily Dose of Greek

Recently, Dr. Robert Plummer of Southern Baptist Seminary and the Daily Dose of Greek invited me to contribute to the weekend edition of the series, a series, by the way, that you should all be subscribed to if you want … Continue reading

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Winner of The Letters of Ignatius

Thanks again to everyone who entered to win The Letters of Ignatius – Apostolic Fathers Greek Reader. For those of you who aren’t Vinhn Guyen, I’d encourage you to pick up a copy of the volume at your local Amazon outlet. … Continue reading

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And the Winner of Strauss’ Commentary on Mark is…

Many thanks to everyone who participated in the drawing for Mark Strauss’ Mark Commentary in the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament. I enjoyed reading your comments. Several of them made me want to simply pick a winner instead of drawing … Continue reading

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