Friday Favorites (03 JAN 20)

by | Jan 3, 2020 | Friday Favorites

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 Carnival 167 covering December 2019 at Scribes of the Kingdom. You’ll find a host of posts worth a gander!  

Eric Davis at the Cripplegate offers some wise words of counsel as we begin a “rambunctious” election year.

Well Said

It doesn’t matter what we write (at least in my view) at our age so long as we write continually as well as we can. I feel that every time I write a page either of prose or of verse, with real effort, even if it’s thrown into the fire next minute, I am so much further on…

C. S. Lewis in a letter to Arthur Greeves, 14 June 1916 (written at age 17)

Possible Upcoming Posts (No Guarantees)

  • Corn and Unicorns: Mismatched Referents in the KJV (Coming next week!)
  • Book Review: Reformed Preaching by Joel Beeke 
  • A Theology of Running: God’s Providence and Creation
  • The Making of Max and Moritz in Biblical Greek 
  • What I Learned from Reading Robert Farrar Capon
  • Top Commentaries for Preaching 1 Thessalonians

Brent Niedergall

Pastor, Grammarian, Runner

Brent Niedergall, MDiv, is Chief Editor at Positive Action for Christ in Whitakers, North Carolina. He’s gone to war in Afghanistan, felled towering trees, and parsed Greek verbs.


Brent Niedergall