But even if you should suffer for the sake of righteousness, you are blessed. And do not fear their intimidation, and do not be troubled, but sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you yet with gentleness and reverence; and keep a good conscience so that in the thing in which you are slandered, those who revile your good behavior in Christ will be put to shame.  1 Peter 3: 14-16

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Wednesday, 13 December 2017 18:00

Honoring loved ones in your life this Christmas

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Friends, I wanted to share a link with you all about a unique Christmas present opportunity. It’s a way you can both honor friends, family, or those who have influenced you and preserve unique, handwritten pages of the New Testament at the same time. I’ve done this for my parents. Mom...

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Pope Francis recently suggested on Italian television that the petition in the Lord’s Prayer, “Do not lead us into temptation” (Matt 6.13; Luke 11.4), “is not a good translation because it speaks of a God who induces temptation.” He added, “It is Satan who leads...

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I was  in Boston at the Society of Biblical Literature conference last week. Great conference, exceptional book displays, good friends. I visited the Accordance booth on Saturday. They had a terrific, centrally-located presence in the book expansive book display area this year. Recently,...

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Published by SBL Press, and hot off the presses, is this new work on CBGM. Here’s what the SBL Press website has to say about the book: An essential introduction for scholars and students of New Testament Greek With the publication of the widely used twenty-eighth edition of...

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I received in the mail from the publisher a couple of weeks ago a copy of The Greek New Testament, which will probably be referred to as the Tyndale House Greek New Testament or THGNT. The official release date is 15 November 2017. Published by Crossway and produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge,...

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One of my former interns, colleague on some CSNTM expeditions, and a DTS alumnus, Brian Wright, has written a book on ancient book culture that has been labeled ‘groundbreaking,’ ‘seminal,’ and ‘a must read’ by several scholars in the field. It is already getting...

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Tuesday, 07 November 2017 00:18

CSNTM Fall Update

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The Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts has been digitizing manuscripts around the world for 15 years. Here is a short video to let you know how you can be a part of this exciting organization. To donate to the work of the Center please click here.  We need every gift, large...

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Sunday, 05 November 2017 20:00

Wittenberg at 500

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Wittenberg, Tuesday, October 31, 2017: The 500th anniversary of the Reformation in this little hamlet that was once the intellectual hub of Saxony and beyond. Reformation Day was a big event (even Angela Merkel made an appearance), and I was there with my bride. My third visit to Lutherstadt. The...

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Tuesday, 24 October 2017 06:20

15th Anniversary of CSNTM

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The concept for the Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts began long before it became an official non-profit organization. In my sabbatical at Cambridge University in 1995 I logged many happy weeks at the University Library examining New Testament manuscripts. Peter Head then of Tyndale...

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Two months ago I posted a blog called “A Gift of Charity.” It was about my friend, Ed Komoszewski, whose health has been in very bad shape for many years. He is dealing with multiple diseases that have no known cure. And now, he needs to go to the hospital every few weeks for costly...

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Thursday, 28 September 2017 02:12

Michelle Qureshi on Nabeel’s death

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Michelle posted Vlog 44 on September 26, offering reflections on Nabeel’s death. Definitely worth sharing, definitely worth watching. Among other things, she declared: “At the end of the day, you can only rely on the Word of God.” “I am fully convinced that God will use this...

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Sunday, 24 September 2017 22:44

A Sad Home-Going for Three Saints

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Autumn, for me, has been over many decades a time of adrenalin rushes, über-busyness, and frantic logistical outworkings. The cause of all this? The beginning of a new school year. This year was no exception, yet right out of the gate one biblical/theological giant after another departed this...

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Tuesday, 15 August 2017 21:00

A Gift of Charity

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Nearly ten years ago I wrote four ‘living eulogies’ about people who had influenced my life in ways impossible to measure. These four folks—three men, one woman—were believers who had shaped my thinking, infused me with direction and purpose, inspired me to press on, and...

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On April 21 Christianity Today published an interview with Dr. Michael Licona about his new, provocative, and innovative book, Why Are There Differences in the Gospels?: What We Can Learn from Ancient Biography (Oxford). In the interview Licona says things such as, [Christians] often...

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Saturday, 22 April 2017 04:15

Why Does Easter Wander?

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Fascinating study by Farrell Brown on the history of Easter’s changing date and why the East and the West don’t usually agree.

Authors: Daniel B. Wallace...

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My video lecture set Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics Video Lectures is 55% off in this Video Lecture sale: http://bit.ly/2pe1E2S. The deal ends April 20. Although it is based on my grammar, four things especially are new: (1)  greater discussion of a few key...

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In 2013 Kregel published A Reader’s Lexicon of the Apostolic Fathers. This is a work that two of my former interns, Brittany Burnette Terri Moore, and I edited. It was a six-year project and included proof-reading from 100 students. You can read my blog about this publication here. When...

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Update on the work of the Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts (CSNTM): On March 13, 2017, Rob Marcello and I made a ‘front trip’ to central Greece. A front trip is one prior to digitizing manuscripts. As always, whenever we meet face to face with people, things happen....

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Wednesday, 08 February 2017 12:22

12th Cave found at Qumran

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My old friend and classmate at Dallas Seminary, Randall Price, was on the expedition that found the first Dead Sea Scrolls cave in over 60 years. Although no manuscripts were discovered, such were apparently there at one time. Thanks, Randy, for your part in this discovery and your continuing...

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My sweet, spunky mother, who had an overabundance of personality, left this world for her eternal home on Monday morning, January 30. She had been admitted to a nursing home five days earlier. I was able to be with her this past weekend in Everett, Washington. Pati and I visited Mom and Dad in...

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