Category Archives: Pedagogy

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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Review “Effective Bible Teaching,” James C. Wilhoit & Leland Ryken

  This book was highly recommended by the renowned teacher Howard G. Hendricks. I thought about stopping there, but of course I won’t. Originally published in 1988, a second edition of Wilhoit and Ryken’s Effective Bible Teaching makes minor changes … Continue reading

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Still Changing Lives: A Tribute to a Wheaton Graduate, Dr. Howard Hendricks

It was one of those books that had you at “hello.” The first line of the preface read, “With the kind of start I had in life, I’m sure I could have soon died and gone to hell and nobody … Continue reading

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