Palmyra Pictures

I took these in the spring of 2010.      

TDOT for Accordance Bible Software

The Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament (TDOT) stands out from other Old Testament lexical works in at least three important ways: TDOT provides a responsible discussion of the etymology and ancient Near Eastern background of most biblical Hebrew words — it doesn’t just list related words (cognates). TDOT is much more thorough than the similar New International […]

Accordance Unicode Font

Accordance has a new unicode font in the works. It includes characters for English, Greek, Hebrew, Syriac, and more — even DSS transcription like you see listed here. And it includes bold, italic, and bold-italic. They announced this on the Accordance forums. Unfortunately you need a forums account to see the page. Here are a […]

Loeb Online LibGuide

Boyce Library posted a LibGuide I created showing how to use the online Loeb Classical Library. The guide provides step-by-step instructions, via screenshots, for how to do the following: Access the full contents of the online Loeb Classical Library as an SBTS student Make and save highlights and notes Find Loeb volumes important for biblical studies Cite […]

CACS Post: Exegesis or Early Christianity

The Center for Ancient Christian Studies blog has a post in which I argue that one doesn’t have to choose between exegesis of Scripture and listening to early Christian authors. I point out the logical fallacy of pitting the two against each other and offer a few words of encouragement to those who value and advocate for both.

SBTS at SBL 2015

There are a handful of SBTS associated people presenting at SBL this year: Sunday, November 22 Michael T. Graham, Jr., “An Examination of Paul’s Use of Ps 51:4 in Rom 3:4 and Its Implications on Rom 3:1-8” – 1:30-2:00pm, Hilton-303 Shawn J. Wilhite, “Atonement in the Heavenly Holy of Holies: Early Reception of Atonement in […]

Protected: Handouts for Greek 1-2

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