On behalf of the two Luke's (both of whom, oddly enough, are technically "Lucas"...), I'd like to welcome my friend Brandon Smith to the blog. It's a shame he doesn't have a Gospel writer somewhere in his name. Oh well. Brandon is moving his blogging efforts here after spending a number of years writing elsewhere, … Continue reading Welcoming Brandon Smith to Biblical Reasoning
I'm happy to say that my good friend Luke Stamps will be joining the blogging efforts here. Luke holds a Ph.D. in systematic theology from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and wrote a dissertation on dyothelitism under Dr. Stephen Wellum. Luke also teaches Christian Studies with me in OPS at Cal Baptist, is an avid … Continue reading A New Contributor – Luke Stamps
Well it's 2012, and apparently the Mayans want us all dead. Since it's our last 350 odd days on earth, here are my resolutions: Develop a consistent family worship time. Memorize Philippians and Ephesians. Read through the Pentateuch in Hebrew and the Gospels in Greek (stole this from my bro-in-law...he said "read through the Hebrew … Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions
Thanks to Dr. Dave Black for his shout out this morning: 6:45 AM Please join me in welcoming Matt Emerson, one of my seminary colleagues, to the blogosphere. His blog is called Intertextual Interpretation. You won't believe his first post. Although I'm not really sure how to take that last sentence! 🙂 Dr. Black was … Continue reading Thanks Dr. Black!