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 the Evangelical Textual Criticism blog.
This 2007 Tyndale Bulletin article by Will Varner is a good one to read during the Christmas season. Check out “A Discourse Analysis of Matthew’s Nativity Narrative.”
You may do anything upon which you can ask God’s blessing, but if you cannot ask God’s blessing upon it, have nothing to do with it.Charles Spurgeon, “Inquiring of God.”
Possible Upcoming Posts (No Guarantees)
- How to Turn a Book into a Sunday School Series (Coming next week!)
- 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
- Corn and Unicorns: Mismatched Referents in the KJV