Category Archives: Bible

Welcome to the ‘It’s Just 6 Months Till #SBL2016’ Carnival

The posts collected in this month’s Carnival are all SBL-centric.  What did the SBL do?  What did it post, or email or publicize?  And it’s all assembled here to whet your appetite for the half-a-year-away-Conference-of-a-Lifetime meeting in San Antonio, which … Continue reading

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Why Luther Never Wrote a Commentary on the Bible

Aww shucks, thanks Martin.  You can get the Commentary Luther felt inferior to here.

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It’s Out. Get It. Get It All

Get. It.

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Du sollst…

Ihr sollt nicht Unrecht verüben beim Rechtsprechen – du sollst weder für einen Geringen Partei ergreifen, noch auf einen Vornehmen Rücksicht nehmen, sondern du sollst deinen Nächsten recht richten.   Du sollst nicht als Verleumder unter deinen Volksgenossen umgehen, noch auf … Continue reading

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Every Book of the Bible Explained in Terms Laypeople Will Find Helpful

No commentary on the entire Bible does what this commentary does.  First, because no commentary on the entire Bible has been written solely with the person who is sitting in a pew in mind.  And second, no modern scholar (save … Continue reading

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2 Kings Is Now Available

The final volume in the Commentary has been published.  Hooray!  Go get it!  And if you don’t have the rest of them, go get them too!

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Know This…

DAs soltu aber wissen/ Das in den letzten tagen werden grewliche zeit komen. Denn es werden Menschen sein/ die von sich selbs halten/ Geitzig/ Rhumretig/ Hoffertig/ Lesterer/ den Eltern vngehorsam/ Vndanckbar/ Vngeistlich/  Störrig/ Vnuersönlich/ Schender/ Vnkeusch/ Wilde/ Vngütig/  Verrheter/ Freueler/ Auffgeblasen/ Die mehr … Continue reading

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