Brent Niedergall

A FEATHER IN YOUR THEOLOGICAL CAP

Friday Favorites (31 JAN 20)

Friday Favorites (31 JAN 20)

Findings From Around The Web to Butter Your Grits Joey McCollum offers an introduction to his work of producing an open-source implementation of the Coherence-Based Genealogical Method (CBGM) in a guest post at Evangelical Textual Criticism.  The Biblical Studies Blog...
Friday Favorites (31 JAN 20)

Friday Favorites (24 JAN 20)

Findings From Around The Web to Butter Your Grits Timothy N. Mitchell at The Textual Mechanic explains how an ancient author could exercise control over a message by tasking their messenger to deliver an oral message along with their letter.  Clint Archer at The...
Friday Favorites (31 JAN 20)

Friday Favorites (17 JAN 20)

Findings From Around The Web to Butter Your Grits Ever wonder if there’s a better way to learn Greek? Here’s a thread over at B-Greek: The Biblical Greek Forum on the weaknesses of the standard “grammar translation method.”  Who is Melchizedek? Peter Goeman gives...
Friday Favorites (31 JAN 20)

Friday Favorites (10 JAN 20)

Findings From Around The Web to Butter Your Grits Greg Ross somehow manages to find the craziest examples of King James Version gematria you’ve ever seen. His most recent deals with the millionth digit of π. And here’s an older one on Shakespeare.  Charlotte...
Friday Favorites (31 JAN 20)

Friday Favorites (03 JAN 20)

Findings From Around The Web to Butter Your Grits Mark Ward critiques the response of the Triniarian Bible Society’s handling of five questions on the readability of the King James Version. Read his insights here.  Alex Finkelson has posted Biblical Studies...
Friday Favorites (31 JAN 20)

Friday Favorites (27 DEC 19)

Findings From Around The Web To Butter Your Grits William A. Ross equips Septuagint readers for a productive 2020 by offering some helpful suggestions and tools at Septuagint & C. Peter Gurry dusts off a helpful statement from Bernard Ramm on textual criticism at...