I recently watched the two-hour forthcoming documentary Patterns of Evidence: Exodus. It’s outstanding.
(Jason DeRouchie, my Old Testament colleague, previewed it before I did and warmly recommended it to me.) [Read more…]
Good interview. Well done, Fred and Doug.
Rich Penix (one of my Greek students about ten years ago) explains why he loved Dr. Mark Futato’s Logos-integrated approach to learning Hebrew.
On sale from Logos: 1 Corinthians Christmas Collections (59 vols.)
I just added it to my library. I already had 25 of the resources in my library (20 in Logos and 5 in other formats). So 34 of the resources are new to my library. Glad to add them.
I think that the best part about knowing New Testament Greek is that it helps you better trace the flow of the argument.
1. Tell us a little about yourself.
My name is Mark Keaton. I graduated with an M.Div. from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2011. For two years, I was the Greek editor of the Bible Sense Lexicon. For the past year, I’ve been the creator and editor of the Lexham Propositional Outlines for Logos 6. And most recently by the grace of God, I’ve been called to be the pastor of Harper Creek Baptist Church in Battle Creek, Michigan. (Our website is a little dated, but we’re working on it!)
2. What are the Lexham Propositional Outlines in Logos 6?
Here’s a quick video overview showing the Lexham Propositional Outlines in action:
3. What did you do to create the Propositional Outlines in Logos 6? [Read more…]
I’ve been using Logos 6 each day for the last few weeks, and it’s a beautiful design. It has some new bells and whistles, but by far my favorite new feature is that you can hide all the chapter and verse numbers in Bibles—whether Hebrew, Greek, or English. I love this feature! (I explain why here and here.)
I just happily added The Center for New Testament Textual Studies NT Critical Apparatus to my Logos library.
From the resource’s introduction: [Read more…]