Alan J. Thompson. Luke. Exegetical Guide to the Greek New Testament. Nashville: Broadman & Holman, 2017. xliv + 414 pp. [Read more…] about Alan Thompson on the Gospel of Luke in Greek
The Bible Project is brilliant. Tim Mackie and Jon Collins creatively summarize the the message of each book of the Bible (and some themes in the Bible) remarkably well. I quibble with some minor aspects of the videos, but overall they’re ingenious. They are so accessible that I have watched all of them with my children, and they are so thoughtful that I show some of them to my graduate students in the classroom.
Here are the videos summarizing each book of the Bible: [Read more…] about Short Animated Videos That Summarize Each Book of the Bible
Just minutes ago I opened a package from Crossway. Opening it up was an even better experience than opening up an Apple product.
And the product itself blew me away. I knew it would be good, but I didn’t expect it to be that good. It made me audibly gasp, “Wow!” several times.
Here it is:
That’s the title of a short article I wrote on Romans 8:31–39 for The Gospel Coalition.
I briefly unpack this phrase diagram:
This 2-minute video explains what Logos 7 is:
I’ve been using Logos 7 for the last few weeks, and the Logos team has increased the product’s value yet again. You can learn more about Logos 7 here (with a special offer for my readers who don’t already own a Logos base package). [Read more…] about Logos 7 Releases Today
Glenn R. Paauw. Saving the Bible from Ourselves: Learning to Read and Live the Bible Well. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2016.
I learned about this book when I listened to Tony Reinke’s fascinating 30-minute interview with Paauw. It didn’t take long for me to get the book and read it—particularly chapters 1–4.
Some excerpts: [Read more…] about Read Books of the Bible in One Sitting