Brent Niedergall

A FEATHER IN YOUR THEOLOGICAL CAP

Book Review: The Greek of the Pentateuch

Book Review: The Greek of the Pentateuch

The Septuagint reminds me of the Zarephath widow’s jar of flour and jug of oil. It’s an inexhaustible source of benefit to its owner. And it would be wrong to restrict its study and use to the academy. Pastors can and should use the Septuagint in their exegesis....
Discovering Hope

Discovering Hope

Discovering Hope: Exploring the Good News of Jesus Christ By Micah ColbertIllustrated by Andrew Kilcup  Evangelistic Bible studies are legion. They’re widely available. But have you ever used one with someone before? Have you ever met regularly with someone to show...
Book Review: An Introduction to Biblical Greek

Book Review: An Introduction to Biblical Greek

There’s something different about this one. John D. Schwandt’s An Introduction to Biblical Greek: A Grammar with Exercises is different from pretty much every other grammar I’ve ever seen before. Schwandt tells hopeful students they must learn to read and write in...
Book Review: The Whole Counsel of God

Book Review: The Whole Counsel of God

Many vocations come with a goal to aim for. A soldier seeks promotion to a certain rank. A UPS driver aspires to enter the “Circle of Honor” for making it 25 years without an accident. A lawyer hopes to make managing partner. And Tim Patrick and Andrew Reid set forth...
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