Brian LePort recently posted a positive short review of Steve Runge's Discourse Grammar of the Greek New Testament (Hendrickson 2010). My linguistic journey began when I was introduced to using linguistics as tool for exegesis when I took a Biblical Hebrew Syntax course at Southeastern Seminary. Then while at Edinburgh I purchased Runge's DGGNT and ultimately utilised the concepts from … Continue reading Brian LePort’s Short Review of Runge’s Greek Discourse Grammar
After spending the first two years of teaching at Cal Baptist preparing lectures, getting to know my school and administration, immersing myself and my family in our local church, and trying to do my best to not mess it all up, I now have a bit of time each week to work on some things … Continue reading Some Advice for Seminarians
Here was an interesting (and short) blog post from the New College Librarian on the 30th Anniversary of the translation of the New Testament into Scots. The New Testament is currently on display at the library at New College. This post provoked a couple of thoughts: firstly, I was surprised that it wasn't until 1983 that there … Continue reading Scots Translation of the New Testament
Many thanks to David Stark for his post making me aware of Emmanuel Tov's Scribal Practices and Approaches Reflected in the Texts Found in the Judean Desert are available as PDF's in Tov's publication section of his website.
In an earlier post, I added the 2Letter lexicon from Tyndale House Cambridge. Here is an online version of BDB that is hyperlinked by letter. (HT Charles Halton)
David Reimer (New College, University of Edinburgh) sent me a link to a website with the entire Tanak read in audio to help prepare for my MTh in Biblical Studies. I have found this website helpful for my pronunciation and to quickly work through large chunks of text. I added the link to the Resource page on … Continue reading Audio Tanak
I was recently invited to write a testimony for the biblical language software, Paradigm Master Pro. I first became aware of this program when I was taking Greek with Maurice Robinson, Guardian of the Byzantine Text. After testing the software through the available free online quizzes (you do not even have to sign up to … Continue reading A language tool worth investing in…
Many of you may be aware of the following resource from Tyndale House but I thought I would go ahead and link it to the blog. The lexicon is set up for you to select your choice of language and then click on the first two letters of the word you are looking up. You … Continue reading Online Hebrew/Aramaic, Greek, Latin, Syriac, Coptic, Akkadian, and Arabic Lexicon