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Recommended Online GNTs with Parsing Helps

You’ve worked your way through most of your introductory grammar and will be moving on to reading the Greek New Testament soon. Congratulations!! You’ve really come a long way in the past year! You will probably find it helpful at … Continue reading

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Reflections on Ten Years of Marriage

[May 17th, 2018 marked 10 years since Lois and I were married. What follows is some reflections that I jotted down while we were away celebrating.] We found an absolutely fantastic little cabin near Youngsville, NC, and have had the … Continue reading

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Recent Views regarding the Greek Perfect Tense

The meaning of the Greek perfect tense has become a matter of huge debate in recent years. When I began my Greek studies with Mounce’s grammar (2nd ed.) about ten years ago, I learned that “The Greek perfect describes and … Continue reading

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February 2017

2/1/2017 Just a thought: one can be a good pastor despite his ignorance of the Biblical languages. However, no one can be a good pastor because of his ignorance of the biblical languages.

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January 2017

2017-01-30 Another work that I will look forward to reading once my Latin skills are up to snuff is Augustine’s De Spiritu et Littera (On the Spirit and the Letter). I found a copy here and here. There is a … Continue reading

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Changing format: Monthly posts

To all my loyal readers (both of you), I am going to try an alternate format to help me post more often. I have a hard time writing enough regularly enough to justify a new post each time, so I … Continue reading

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New Adventure: Latin!

Well, I have officially started my Latin studies. One week ago I had no idea I would be doing it, but through a series of interesting turns, I enrolled in my seminary’s Theological Latin course, and had my first day … Continue reading

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