Should I study the Bible in original Hebrew and Greek? — Christian Today


Many people who move in the gifts of teaching, exhortation and knowledge love to read the Bible for all its worth and get excited about the careful study of the Bible in its original language. Should everyone follow and read the Bible the same way? via Should I study the Bible in original Hebrew and Greek? —Continue reading “Should I study the Bible in original Hebrew and Greek? — Christian Today”

The Cloud Rider


Shared from Spoiledmilks, a snippet of Lindsay’s excellent review of Dr. Mike S Heiser’s amazing book The Unseen Realm.   One of the biggest enemies of God’s people was another god called Baal. Israel was a monotheistic community, but they usually didn’t live like it. Baal was the storm and fertility god. So if hisContinue reading “The Cloud Rider”

Christo van der Merwe + Alex Andrason = Research you’ll want to read


Shared from Old School Script, a snippet, excellent piece.   This entry was posted on January 6, 2016 by Kris Lyle, in For the Advanced, Hebrew, Lexical Semantics, Linguistics, Writing and tagged Alex Andrason, Christo van der Merwe, co-authorship, Hebrew Studies, publications, qatal, semantic potential, verbal system. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment Two peopleContinue reading “Christo van der Merwe + Alex Andrason = Research you’ll want to read”

The Implications of Divine Hospitality


  Shared from Faithlife/Logos Bible Software, a snippet, excellent teaching.   Study Colossians with Dr. Jipp In this course, Dr. Joshua Jipp takes you through each passage of Colossians, identifying important themes such as Christ’s work in creation and redemption, our union with Christ, and sanctification. Source: The Implications of Divine Hospitality

Happy Are Those Who Are Persecuted


Shared from My Heart is for Israel, a snippet, excellent piece.   Sitting at the Feet of Yeshua  In my last post, we began looked at the how happy are those who are peacemakers.  In this post, we will explore the last Beatitude regarding the persecuted. “How blessed are those who are persecuted because theyContinue reading “Happy Are Those Who Are Persecuted”

Reading the Bible: An Observation


Shared Zwinglius Redivivus, a wise observation.   There are three ways to read the Bible: Exegesis: reading what the text says and understanding it. Eisegesis: reading into the text what you wish it to say. Igsegesis©: ignoring what the text plainly says because of personal bias   Source: Reading the Bible: An Observation

5 January Deals You Don’t Want to Miss


Shared from Logos Bible Software’s Blog, a snippet of their January sale. January’s monthly deals are here, and you can save on more than 100 products: commentaries, biblical and theological works, preaching resources, and more. Not sure where to get started? Here are five of this month’s best deals. Continental Commentary Series (19 vols.)—50% offContinue reading “5 January Deals You Don’t Want to Miss”

Two Forthcoming Works to Strengthen Your Greek


Shared from Exegetical Tools, a snippet, excellent resources. 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. The following descriptions are from the publisher.Continue reading “Two Forthcoming Works to Strengthen Your Greek”

And He Struggled With the Angel


Shared from Spoiledmilks, a snippet of this excellent book review!   Since I didn’t want you to think The Unseen Realm was only about Nephilim, I wanted to write about the Trinity as seen in the Old Testament. Last time I looked at the blurring between the Angel of YHWH and YHWH himself in GenesisContinue reading “And He Struggled With the Angel”