I put together a short libguide for SBTS students on how to access OHO, find content, and read OHO articles online or in PDF. You can check it out here.
I created an Old Testament Exegesis LibGuide for the library at SBTS. The guide is intended to help students find resources in the library as they work on their exegesis papers. Clicking on the title of any book on the LibGuide will take you to a WorldCat page where you can see the book’s call number […]
58 of them to be exact, and some of them are very cool: cursive, Paleo-Hebrew, fonts mimicking the writing style of particular Dead Sea Scrolls, etc. They are available here, via the Open Siddur Project. See the bottom of the linked page for installation instructions and examples of the fonts. From the Open Siddur page: […]
הללויה Thursday morning I handed in my last assignment of the semester. This was my first semester in the Old Testament PhD program at SBTS. This program requires a couple years of class work before one starts writing. Halfway through the semester, I thought I might never write this post. Thank the Lord for helping […]
Step 1 for every ThM and PhD student @SBTS is Graduate Research Seminar (GRS), though “seminar” is a bit of a misnomer. It is a very helpful three-day class that introduces students to delightful things such as Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH), elements of proper writing style, the seminary style manual, the vast electronic […]