Karl Barth stands as not only one of the most important theologians the church has produced, but also one of the most heavily criticized by the evangelical church in America. It is no secret that Barth stands at odds with conservative evangelicals on a number of important theological issues, some of which strike at the heart of Christian faith and doctrine….
Every November sees the release of some of the most anticipated books, monographs, commentaries, and more in the field of Biblical studies, and this year was no different! Below I highlight a few that I would recommend picking up and adding to your 2017 reading list….
Using and Enjoying Biblical Greek: Reading the New Testament with Fluency and Devotion, by Rodney A. Whitacre
Learning Greek can be a fun and rewarding exercise. While the work of memorizing vocabulary and paradigms can be tedious, the payoff is worthwhile and worth the effort it takes. But what about after you spent those many months memorizing vocabulary, case endings, and principal parts? How do you keep from losing the hours you spent learning Greek? This is where Rodney Whitacre’s Using and Enjoying Biblical Greek: Reading the New Testament with Fluency and Devotion (UEBG) comes in handy. Consisting of seven chapters and 5 appendices, UEBG is the just the resource needed for both the beginner and the rusty student of Biblical Greek….
The New Year is getting off to a great start for those looking to strengthen their Greek. Kregel Academic is set to publish two volumes that the student of the Greek New Testament will want to add to their shelves.
Interest in the Septuagint today continues to grow stronger. Despite that interest, students have lacked a guidebook to the text similar to the readers and handbooks that exist for the Greek New Testament. Discovering the Septuagint….