My Greek resource list includes items that I use frequently. These may not be the items that I would use if writing a professional paper. Instead they are the actual things that I use. Anyway, here we go.     1. This is my favorite Greek resource. I use this one daily for my Bible… Read More


It’s hard to really review a Hosea commentary, or any commentary on a biblical book. A commentary represents a monumental work, and Lim and Castelo have done good work. Introduction This book is the joint product of Bo Lim and Daniel Castelo. Lim is associate professor of Old Testament at Seattle Pacific University and Seminary.… Read More


master greek

I want to talk about a great to help you master Greek called mastergreek.com. This is not another carbon copy Greek tool for memorizing vocabulary. This is something completely different that will work alongside those apps to help you master Greek. What is Master Greek? A friend of mine has a site called MasterGreek.com that… Read More


bibliography of the old testament

A Bibliography of the Old Testament often appears at the end of a syllabus. Those things tend to be lengthy, and point you to really thick books. As a guy who likes to read that stuff, I think those lists have their place – but that place is not the internet. Why a Digital Bibliography of… Read More


A Brief History of Old Testament Criticism: From Benedict Spinoza to Brevard Childs is written by Mark S. Gignilliat. He is Associate Professor of Divinity (Old Testament) at Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, Alabama. He has taught Hebrew, Old Testament, and Biblical Theology at Beeson since 2005. Summary of A Brief History of Old Testament… Read More


Over the last 2 weeks I have been reading books on the history of NT research and interpretation… Read More