Logos has just created the Remote Learning Library in response to the COVID-19 crisis. Knowing that thousands of students are now restricted to studying from home, we are making thousands of resources freely available to faculty and students worldwide. Here are the details:[Read more…]
A number of publishers and resource providers have made their journal articles and books available freely on the internet during the present coronavirus pandemic. Steve Walton has compiled those which are relevant to New Testament Studies into an editable Google doc.
Anyone with the link can access the document, and others are invited to add links to other freely available resources for New Testament studies, so that we can help each other in the present situation.
Also, Logos is currently producing a Remote Learning Library that includes all Mobile Ed courses, all Lexham resources (including commentaries and monographs), a Classical Scholarship Collection, and some additional journals. Stay tuned for more, a link will be posted here soon.
Stay safe everyone, and let’s all use this time of isolation productively, both in our research and with our families.
You’re an academic. You spend the best hours of your day immersed in ancient texts, modern (and classic) commentaries, and prolific note-taking. And you need help.[Read more…]
by Ryan Lytton
Get wisdom, get understanding; do not forget my words or turn away from them. Proverbs 4:5.
Wisdom and understanding are everywhere available but are nevertheless ostensibly rarely found. A student of the Word must be diligent in their search but there are least two problems in their way. [Read more…]