I’m looking to sell the Hermeneia CD-ROM set (38 vols., 2006). It’s compatible with Logos/Libronix. $149 (and willing to consider offers). See here and here for details on the set. If you want to contact me about a possible purchase, feel free to use this form, and we’ll talk. I generally do things through PayPal.
The NA28 Greek New Testament is now available for purchase in Accordance Bible Software. The text itself is free here. The Accordance version includes the apparatus, marginalia, and other nice enhancements. Here’s a screencast that shows how you can use the NA28 in Accordance: More about the Nestle-Aland edition is here. Its Accordance product page is here, … Continue reading
“Are literal versions really literal?” So asks Dave Brunn in One Bible, Many Versions: Are All Translations Created Equal? Brunn is a missionary and educator with extensive Bible translation experience. Noting that the Bible is “virtually silent” on “the issue of translation theory,” he seeks in his book to answer questions like: “How literal should a … Continue reading
Okay, so he’s not really reviewing the Hebrew language, but he is learning it. Wanting to spend more time with my kids this summer, and seeing a voracious appetite for learning in my five-year-old son, I offered to help him learn a language. I told him I could offer Hebrew (of the biblical variety), Greek (koine/New Testament), and … Continue reading
This week in Greek Isaiah in a Year covers Isaiah 30:8-31:4. Here is the schedule and text for Monday through Friday, using again the text from R.R. Ottley’s Book of Isaiah According to the Septuagint. Ottley is also here in Logos (reviewed here) and here as a free, downloadable pdf in the public domain. The full reading plan for our group … Continue reading
…David, the winner of a new copy of The Honest Toddler: A Child’s Guide to Parenting. You can read more about the book here. I highly recommend it, whether you’re a parent or not. To choose a winner, I assigned a number to every entry (both a comment on this blog and a share of … Continue reading
Today you can still leave a comment here for a chance to win a copy of the new Honest Toddler book. To enter, simply comment on this blog post with the best (brief) parenting tip you can come up with. Or just say hi. For a second entry, share the link to this post on FB, … Continue reading
There is still time to enter our drawing for a free copy of Honest Toddler: A Child’s Guide to Parenting. Just today HT posted some great reviews of children’s books. In the meantime, I’ve reviewed HT’s new book here. And the link for the HT book giveaway is here. Happy entering!
Being a parent is very simple. There is no reason for you to constantly go to other adults who do not know your toddler for advice or conspiring. What happens at home stays at home. …When it comes to being a good parent, the most important resources are the words that come out of your child’s amazing … Continue reading
Honest Toddler, under the supervision of mom Bunmi Laditan, has now added a full-length book to a popular and cathartic Twitter feed, Facebook page, and blog/Website. HT’s mom blogs here. Thanks to Scribner (imprint of Simon & Schuster), Words on the Word has a copy of Honest Toddler: A Child’s Guide to Parenting to give away. To … Continue reading