Brent Niedergall

A FEATHER IN YOUR THEOLOGICAL CAP

Findings From Around The Web To Butter Your Grits

Stephen Kneale analogizes from soccer to underline the importance of balancing underwork and overwork in the church in When Doing Less May Be Doing More.

Chris Fresch talks problems and solutions for biblical language students learning vocab in Some Thoughts on Hebrew (and Greek) Vocabulary Acquisition.

Paul Himes, professor of Biblical Studies at the Baptist College of Ministry, says nice things about the recently published Max and Moritz in Biblical Greek on his Paroikos Bible Blog. Thanks Paul! 

Well Said

He who denies that Christ died as the good Shepherd for our sins has no claim on the comfort of the Christ as the Shepherd of the sheep. Nor has the unsaved a right to say “the Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want.”

Arno C. Gaebelein, The Psalms: An Exposition (Neptune, NJ: Loizeaux Brothers, 1939), 111.

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  • The Making of Max and Moritz in Biblical Greek
  • How to Turn a Book into a Sunday School Series
  • Top Commentaries for Preaching 1 Thessalonians
  • Corn and Unicorns: Mismatched Referents in the KJV