Staring at a blank screen as you start your next research paper, blog post or lesson plan? Maybe the traditional typewriter turned into a word processor method isn’t the best approach. Need to move a paragraph or two around in Word to another section? Not always straightforward. Settings get changed. Fonts can change and other … Continue reading Your Word Processor bogging you down? Six reasons to Try Scrivener
I was flipping through channels on the hotel TV and I paused on an interesting show on the knowledge network. In a few minutes I was preached at about the wonder and beauty of scientific humanism in its finest. The narrator, a young man in his twenties with a British accent described the cosmos and … Continue reading More than cosmic consciousness?
I have been challenged to begin memorizing scripture again. In the church bulletin there is a weekly verse to memorize, which spurned me into meditative action. The only difference is that I am going to make the attempt to begin memorizing passages from the Greek (UBS 4th Revised ed.) This weeks verses are from Mark … Continue reading Mediation verse of the week and reflections
Yesterday I received my master's thesis in the courier. I defended my thesis on March 25, 09 and passed with an amazing mark (to my surprise, but excitement). After a final edit I submitted my thesis to my program chair (Dr. Bruce Guenther - a history professor at ACTS) and then he forwarded it off … Continue reading A musing on my Master’s thesis
The Review of Biblical Literature is a publication of the Society of Biblical Literature (http://www.sbl-site.org). ***** The following new reviews have been added to the Review of Biblical Literature and listed on the RBL blog (http://rblnewsletter.blogspot.com/): NOTE: The 31 August 2009 RBL newsletter contained an error, for which we apologize. The review of James M. … Continue reading New SBL review of Biblical Literature
I will try to get to writing shortly. My interests are in Markan studies, Narrative criticism (especially of Mark's Gospel) and Greek. I am currently working through the Epistle of Philippians with some colleagues and my former thesis advisor Dr. Larry J. Perkins - the meetings are called Greek and Breakfast. We meet once a … Continue reading Hello all