Logos 4 is Finally Here

Today is a day that I have been waiting for quite some time: LOGOS 4 Over the past few months, Logos has been kind enough to allow me to participate in the private beta testing of their (formerly) forthcoming version of their library system. And let me tell you, it has been exciting. The new... Continue Reading →

Major Interpretive Issues in 1 Timothy 2:12

Dan Wallace has posted a very short essay that simply surveys the major interpretive landscape of 1 Timothy 2:12. He doesn't give much in terms of conclusions about what his view is. In general that's very helpful considering that most discussions of this verse are so emotionally charged toward one perspective that it can be... Continue Reading →

Speaking of the Trinity…

There's been a good amount of discussion about the trinity at several different blogs: Paul and Monotheism 1 Cor 3.23: Our Subordination to Christ; Christ’s to God (Monotheism in 1 Corinthians, 1) The Subordination of Christ to God in 1 Cor 3? – A Response to Ecce Homo Trinitarian and Historical Theological Ignorance Great Minds… In light of all of... Continue Reading →

Acts 10:34-35 – Formal or Frank?

Daniel & Tonya have written a post on Acts 10:34-35 (Comparing Acts 10.34-35), looking at the Greek & a few other translations along with their own. What jumped out at me as the phrase Ἀνοίξας δὲ Πέτρος τὸ στόμα and their discussion of it. They write: 1. Some translations try to hammer out this more formal... Continue Reading →

Culy on Double Case Constructions

In the most recently published articles for Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism, Volume 6 (2009), Martin Culy has written an article titled Double Case Constructions in Koine Greek. Its quite good. He approaches the issue from the perspective of Classical Transformational Grammar & Relational Grammar, which is interesting in of itself. Relational Grammar isn’t... Continue Reading →

So What’s the Main Issue? Part II

Previously, we introduced what seems to be the main issue for Daniel & Tonya: The Sustainability of Communicative Methodology. In our first post, we argued two points. Traditional Methodology post-seminary (or college/university) is not sustainable already so questioning the sustainability of Communicative Methods is a non-issue. In terms of within the classroom, Communicative Methodology is... Continue Reading →

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