Monthly Archives: March 2008

Studying the New Testament

 From time to time there are specific queries from students about useful books to purchase to build up a good, rounded NT library. Here’s a selective nt-booklist.docwhich could have been much amplified. Enjoy. The asterisks mark those of particular importance.

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Internet Therapy: Soul Food

Evangelical Times Banner of Truth  Protestant Reformed Churches in America European Institute of Protestant Studies The Standard Bearer The Highway The Spurgeon Archive Evangelicals Now New Focus Bible Sermons Desiring God Grace to You Turning Point The Threshold Abate Not … Continue reading

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Pauline Studies: Assignment

During your placement, please give attention to one of the following areas and start preparing your assignment. Please let me know of your choice by email. Make sure your project engages with contemporary literature on Paul’s writings. Pauline Christology Pauline … Continue reading

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Biblical Hebrew: Post

There is an interesting article up over at the SBL Forum this month. The article, by Rahel Halabe, covers a variety of issues surrounding teaching Biblical languages, namely Hebrew, to students in an academic setting. There are some really excellent … Continue reading

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Wisdom: Proverbs Exposition

Thanks for all the interesting selections of Wisdom bibliographies that are currently appearing on your blogs. As you have probably surmised by now, this is intended provide a basis for your forthcoming assignment (see post below). I’m linking here some further ideas … Continue reading

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Using the Internet at Bible College (2)

Another instalment of academic sites of particualr interest to the postgraduate class.

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Wisdom Assignment: Trying to look clever?

  ….and failing? Here is a list of possible Wisdom assignments, as mentioned in class Wisdom Literature and Creation Theology Suffering and the book of Job The Subversive Character of Job’s Epilogue Biblical Theology and Wisdom Literature Wisdom Literature and … Continue reading

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