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 continues to update their list of commentaries in the Cambridge Greek Testament for Schools series with the addition of Matthew. These are dated, but in the public domain.
Michael Kruger writes on how Jesus viewed the Old Testament here.
“How much more would a few good and fervent men effect in the ministry than a multitude of lukewarm ones.”Oecolampadius quoted in Words to Winners of Souls, Horatius Bonar, 1.
Walking with the Giants: A Minister’s Guide to Good Reading and Great Preaching by Warren Wiersbe. An older work, but a good book worth reading. Wiersbe provides short biographies of historical preachers who wrote other good books worth reading.