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Book Review: Charles Lee Irons, A Syntax Guide for Readers of the Greek New Testament

Irons, Charles Lee. A Syntax Guide for Readers of the Greek New Testament. Grand Rapids, Mich. Kregel, 2012. 608 pp. Hb; $39.99. Link to Kregel This new publication from Kregel follows in the tradition of Sprachlicher Schluessel Zum Griechischen Neue...
by Reading Acts on Nov 30, 2016

Book Giveaway Winner – New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity, Vol. 10

Now that I have completed my grading for the spring semester and turned in the last of my grades, I am ready to announce the winner of the latest volume of the New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity, edited by S. R. Llewelyn and J. R. Harriso...
by Reading Acts on May 3, 2016

Book Giveaway Winner – New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity, Vol. 10

Now that I have completed my grading for the spring semester and turned in the last of my grades, I am ready to announce the winner of the latest volume of the New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity, edited by S. R. Llewelyn and J. R. Harriso...
by Reading Acts on May 3, 2016

Book Giveaway – New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity, Vol. 10

This is the second book I am giving away in celebration of One Million Hits at Reading Acts as well as the end of the spring semester. I have an extra copy of the latest volume of the New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity, edited by S. R. Lle...
by Reading Acts on Apr 26, 2016

Book Giveaway – New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity, Vol. 10

This is the second book I am giving away in celebration of One Million Hits at Reading Acts as well as the end of the spring semester. I have an extra copy of the latest volume of the New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity, edited by S. R. Lle...
by Reading Acts on Apr 26, 2016

In the Mail: @Zondervan’s “The Greek-English New Testament: UBS 5th Revised Edition and NIV”

This really is a beautiful bible and matches up quite well to the other Greek bibles/helps. &lt;br /&gt;<br /> The most widely used edition of the Greek New Testament and the most widely read contemporary English Bible translation are...
by The Church of Jesus Christ on Nov 18, 2015

Book Review: Constantine R. Campbell, Advances in the Study of Greek

Campbell, Constantine R. Advances in the Study of Greek: New Insights for Reading the New Testament. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan, 2015. 253 pp. Pb; $34.99.  Link to Zondervan   A Short Interview with Campbell Campbell’s Advances in the Study...
by Reading Acts on Jul 8, 2015

Exploring the NA28 in @AccordanceBible

Behold, the NA28 is in the Original Languages package from Accordance Bible software! As many of you know, the NA28 is the latest in the line for a critical edition of the Greek New Testament and is often used by scholars in deciding such things as...
by The Church of Jesus Christ on Jan 21, 2015

And the Winners of the UBS5 Greek NT Are….

  There were more than 50 entries into the UBS5 Greek New Testament giveaway. (Click here to read more about that new edition of the GNT.) Using a random number generator, the two winners are: spencerclark2013 (see here) thanksgutenberg (see her...
by Words on the Word on Sep 8, 2014

in the mail from @hendricksonpub, “UBS5 Greek New Testament with Dictionary”

From Hendrickson (click through, as there is a sample chapter on the publisher’s site): While the Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece is designed for scholarly research, the Greek New Testament, 5th Revised Edition is designed for translator...
by The Church of Jesus Christ on Jul 15, 2014

Book Giveaway Winner! – New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity, Vol. 10

Congrats to Eric Palac, who blogs at White Flag Beacon. Get in touch with me (plong42 at gmail.com or twitter @plong42) and I will ship your copy of NewDocs Volume 10 out ASAP. Thanks for all who tossed their name in hat. I reviewed New Docs Volume...
by Reading Acts on Apr 16, 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

Biblical Studies Carnival at LXXI

Brian Davidson hosts this month’s Biblioblog Carnival here, and it’s a good one. Check it out.Filed under: News Tagged: Bible, Biblical Hebrew, blog, book reviews, Greek, New Testament, Old Testament...
by Words on the Word on Nov 1, 2013

Hugh Latimer’s Light

It is a mistake to nail the English Reformation just to the door of King Henry VIII. While Henry broke relations with Rome, he still believed Catholic doctrine.
by Laboring In The Lord on Oct 16, 2013

Tyndale

The “father of the English Bible” was apparently born in a hamlet near the Welsh border about 1490. He arrived at Oxford with a gift for languages and began studying the writings of the greatest linguist in the world, Erasmus. He pored over Erasm...
by Laboring In The Lord on Oct 6, 2013

Colossians and Philemon (Zondervan ECNT), reviewed

I got an ad in the mail the other day for a new commentary series that claimed to avoid all the weaknesses of previous commentary series while building on their strengths. (!) With how many good “old” commentaries there are, I think comme...
by Words on the Word on Sep 28, 2013

Zondervan’s NIV Greek and English New Testament, reviewed

Zondervan continues to publish great resources for learning and using Biblical Greek and Hebrew. I reviewed their Greek and Hebrew Reader’s Bible here. Now they have published a “diglot,” a Bible with two languages side-by-side, on...
by Words on the Word on Jul 28, 2013

The Comprehensive New Testament, a Review

I don’t really think there is such a thing as a “literal” translation of the Hebrew or Greek Bible. Too much is lost when going from any one language to another to be able to claim literalism. As Dave Brunn points out, to translate...
by Words on the Word on Jul 23, 2013

The Cautious Reformer

The Cautious Reformer Desiderius Erasmus, born in 1466 in Rotterdam, Holland, was the illegitimate son of a priest. He was orphaned in childhood, swindled out of his inheritance, and forced into a monastery that he hated—except for its library. Rea...
by Laboring In The Lord on May 30, 2013

Seven Events that Shaped the New Testament World, reviewed

What was the world–or, better, what were the worlds–in which early Christians lived? Seven Events that Shaped the New Testament World answers that question by highlighting seven key “events” in the seven or so centuries surrou...
by Words on the Word on May 21, 2013


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