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The King Immortal and His Words Eternal

Monday, August 31, 2015

“The words of the LORD are pure words; as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times. Thou shalt keep them, O LORD, thou shalt preserve them from this generation for ever” 340 more words

Sound Doctrine

Does the book of Esther mention God at all? Depends on the version you read.

In my Ph.D. seminar last week we began talking about the theology of the book of Esther. It seems odd to speak of the theology of a book that doesn’t mention the name of God.  204 more words


Stamps in Sinaiticus

While looking through the digital edition of Codex Sinaiticus, I’ve noticed at least two pages (so far) emblazoned with this stamp:

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What I've Been Up To: Manuscript Data

You may or may not have heard, but my employer (Faithlife, makers of Logos Bible Software) has shifted our flagship product, Logos Bible Software on the desktop, to a six-week release cycle. 283 more words

Verse by verse

My essay, “Old English Poetry, Verse by Verse,” has been accepted for publication in this year’s issue of Anglo-Saxon England. Here is the abstract: 224 more words


Evangelical Textual Criticism: Manuscripts of the Lord's Prayer (Bible Odyssey)

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My new article on “Manuscripts of the Lord’s Prayer” has just been published on the Bible Odyssey, a website developed and maintained by Society of Biblical Literature. 97 more words

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