My Plans for 2015


We are coming to the end of 2014, and I have spent most of it being lazy in regards to this blog and reading and studying things that I enjoy. There are many reasons why that I won’t get into, but I have been trying to pull myself out of this reading slump. With that […]

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Who Loves Bible Study? I DO!


Professor Rob Plummer has declared the month of May  “Read a Historical Theology text month.” What is historical theology? Plummer describes it as, “the academic discipline that looks at the development and articulation of Christian doctrine throughout church history.” He has decided to read about 30 pages a day from Gregg Allison’s “Historical Theology.” This […]

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Keep Your Greek by Constantine Campbell


     In “Keep Your Greek,” Campbell gives practical advice and tips on things you can do so that your Greek doesn’t die. Some of the tips are obvious. A couple may surprise you, but the logic behind it is undeniable.      I am not a seminary student. I was encouraged to study Greek on my […]

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Reclaiming My Greek!


About a year ago I was studying Greek. Not in a class, but on my own. I purchased a Greek grammar book and several other resources to help. I was doing very well, but as with any language it took a lot of time and it got harder and harder and I fell victim to discouragement. […]

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Keep Your Greek (a preview)


Keep Your Greek by Constantine Campbell is a book I will be posting a review for next week, but I have finished reading it and since I’ve added it to my 52 books challenge page I decided to do a quick post to say “the review is coming” and maybe give you a few things […]

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