Category Archives: Online resources

Call for Articles: Jonathan Edwards Encyclopedia

The Jonathan Edwards Center at Yale University has partnered with the William Eerdmans Publishing Company to produce A Jonathan Edwards Encyclopedia. There is still need for contributions for some of the proposed 500+ entries. Details here. Deadline: December 15, 2015

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Dramatic Recitation of Jonah in Hebrew

A fellow Wheaton OT student sent me a link to a dramatic recitation of the book of Jonah in Hebrew by Elizabeth Graves, lecturer in Hebrew at Westminster Theological Seminary (Philadelphia). You can find it here. This is a fantastic … Continue reading

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Resources for Learning Aramaic

“If our God to whom we pay reverence exists, he is able to deliver us from the furnace of blazing fire and he will deliver us from your hand, O king. And if not, let it be known to you, … Continue reading

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Review of BibleWorks 9 (part 3): not your grandma’s textual criticism

I’m listening to an old Michael Card CD (The Word) at the moment (yes, I know that dates me). He’s singing, “so many books, so little time,” and I couldn’t think of a better excuse for this very belated third … Continue reading

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New Free Resource from PTS: Theological Commons

A quick note for readers: Darren Sumner over at Out of Bounds has posted about an exciting new resource called Theological Commons. He explains: PTS (in cahoots with the Internet Archive) has recently launched the Theological Commons, a new site that makes … Continue reading

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