The Laying on of Hands
Sometimes a question just sticks with you.
This one comes courtesy of my sister. "Off the top of your head.
Biblical studies and theology have this semi-annoying/semi-comforting pattern in my life: I'll observe a phenomena and it'll sit in
NIV New Testament Variant Footnotes
Last fall, the Presbyterian's youth director asked me to do a workshop for his high school students introducing textual criticism
Which Bible Translation Should I Read?
I've never been asked this question by someone who doesn't already own an English Bible.
It seems to me, if
No More Excuses. This is the Year. I'm Reading Through The Bible
Fun fact about me: in all of my life, and all of my studies and all of my teaching positions,
Unicode Sigla for the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia
Nobody is going to be surprised that text criticism is my favorite subject in the world. As we’ve been
How to Get (Almost) Half Of A Seminary Education for $1,500 —TOTAL
I had the conversation again. The guy had a job, but was hungry to level-up his theology and Bible knowledge.
What if Revelation was written by John...the Baptist?
The first step to writing a commentary is to question the traditional authorship. I don’t know why; it just
LIVE STUDY: Mary and Elizabeth Weren’t Cousins?
Merry Christmas! cousins
I was walking to Cheers-fil-a and listening to Catholic Answers (because I find that apologetics discussions get
Should We Back Off The Papyri?
Though a series of events I won’t get into here, I was reading Stan Porter’s paper, Why so