Matt Perman deserves credit for helping a lot of people do more stuff. But that’s not the point of his book. Matt actually wants to equip you to do stuff that matters. We interviewed Matt recently on his exceptional time management book, What’s Best Next: How the Gospel Transforms the Way You Get Things Done. [Read more…]
A good biblical scholar is a sane biblical scholar. What I mean by that is, a good biblical scholar takes time for themselves and does not focus on their research every waking moment of the day; you have to have balance. If you don’t do this, you’ll (figuratively) go insane. [Read more…]
Question: what theological issue has been debated amongst Christians for millennia without a clear winner? Of course, there are many. But one in particular has caused such heated disagreement throughout Church history that people have died for their convictions (and not always due to drowning): baptism. [Read more…]
We continue our LNTS 2016 interview series with Nijay Gupta, discussing a volume he co-edited with Kristian Bendoraitis entitled Matthew and Mark Across Perspectives: Essays in Honour of Stephen C. Barton and William R. Telford. [Read more…]
by Jacob Cerone
Getting Acquainted with the Subject
Translation is no easy task. It requires extensive knowledge, not just of the source and target languages, but also of the topic under discussion in the text at hand. Without proficiency in the target language—usually the translator’s mother tongue—comical translations can result. [Read more…]
Here at the Academic Blog we are gearing up for Christmas, and there’s no better way for us to do that than by letting you know of some great Christmas sales happening at Logos.
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A good biblical scholar is one who approaches the text with a genuine openness to being corrected by it. [Read more…]
We decided to skip a jobs post 2 weeks ago during the Annual SBL meeting in Denver, CO. Hopefully many of you were interviewing in Denver! [Read more…]
As a junior scholar, I don’t consider myself either a good Bible scholar or theologian (yet!) so I can only offer my own expectations based on my encounters with others. I’ve organized these into six key areas: [Read more…]