Blog Posts - Baylor University



Baylor Footbal - Multiple Rapes by Multiple Players

Baylor’s football program has gained national prominence in recent years, featuring a Heisman Trophy winner in Robert Griffin III and establishing themselves as the 2nd best program in the state of Texas behind TCU.  But under the watch of foo...
by Mull This Over on Feb 1, 2016

Baylor University

Baylor UniversityBaylor University may be a university settled in urban center, Texas, us, that was formally established in 1845 by the govt. of TX. Baylor University is that the oldest establishment of upper education in TX. additionally, Baylor Uni...
by BEST UNIVERSITIES on Jan 26, 2015

Two More Greek Gems from †Rod Decker

  Before Prof. Rodney Decker passed, he finished writing his Koine Greek Grammar, with which I’m already impressed–having just begun working through the Appendixes! One other last (and sure-to-be lasting) contribution to the world of...
by Words on the Word on Nov 17, 2014

Bonhoeffer’s Black Jesus

I. Can’t. Wait. To. Read. This. Book. So I’m simply going to post a picture, leave a few links, publish this post, and close the computer so I can get to reading. Here it is–it just came in the mail today:     Thank you to...
by Words on the Word on Oct 22, 2014

What I’m Reading to Keep My Greek and Hebrew Fresh

To keep my Greek and Hebrew active, right now I’m alternating between two books (and enjoying them both):     Murray J. Harris’s Prepositions and Theology in the Greek New Testament (Zondervan, 2012). Without accepting a so-call...
by Words on the Word on Sep 29, 2014

Review of Luke (Baylor Handbook on the Greek Text)

Luke: A Handbook on the Greek Text is part of an expanding series by Baylor University Press that walks a reader through each word, phrase, and verse of the Greek New Testament. Of the series Baylor writes: What distinguishes this series from other a...
by Words on the Word on Feb 28, 2014

Fighting Fundamentalist

Fighting Fundamentalist When theological liberalism invaded America in the early 1900s, an army of fundamentalists rose to defend the faith. Many were wise soldiers of the cross, but some were … well, overzealous. J. Frank Norris grew up in a dilap...
by Laboring In The Lord on May 8, 2013

VIDEO: All-Met dunk contest

After finishing their All-Met photo shoot, members of the basketball first team participated in an impromptu dunk contest. Thanks for checking us out. Please take a look at the rest of our videos and articles. To stay in the loop, bookmark our homepa...
by @JTN_Network on Apr 5, 2013

Review of Malachi (Baylor Handbook on the Hebrew Text), part 2

In this post I both explain the jarring Malachi 2:3-4 as well as offer part 2 of my review of Malachi: A Handbook on the Hebrew Text by Terry W. Eddigner (Baylor University Press, 2012). Part 1 of the review is … Continue reading →...
by Words on the Word on Aug 13, 2012

Review of Malachi (Baylor Handbook on the Hebrew Text), part 1

“Because of you I will rebuke your descendants; I will smear on your faces the dung from your festival sacrifices, and you will be carried off with it. And you will know that I have sent you this warning so that my … Continue reading &#...
by Words on the Word on Aug 12, 2012

Photos: Adidas unveils special uniforms for Baylor, Cincinnati, and Louisville’s basketball teams

  During the college football bowl season we saw a few schools take the field in special uniforms/jerseys. Not surprisingly the Oregon Ducks led the way. Michigan got in on the act as well. With March Madness in full swing it’s time for appare...
by Los That Sports Blog. on Mar 6, 2012

The Jesuits Break Ranks with the Vatican over Birth Control

This was brought out by my friend in Louisiana, the good one and not the one in Hammond who never writes any more: By stretching the religious liberty strategy to cover the fine points of health care coverage, the campaign devalues the coinage of rel...
by The Church of Jesus Christ on Feb 28, 2012

Health Camp Waco: not healthy and not a camp, but who cares?

No, I wasn’t being arrested at Health Camp; the police officer inside was having lunch, so there was backup as I attacked my arteries with…. A perfectly crisp corn dog with cornbread wrapping that actually tasted like cornbread, and…...
by Perceptive Travel Blog on Feb 18, 2012


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