This was found in the front of a Hebrew and Greek interlinear of the Bible. While there are certainly more than 10 advantages to knowing the original biblical languages, and perhaps even better points than the ones listed below, I believe these are worth considering.
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Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary’s Dr. Dave Black has taught Koine Greek all over the world. You can watch a clip from his DVD series Learn to Read New Testament Greek with Dr. David Alan Black below.
The DVD series was recorded at Evangelical Theological College in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. You can purchase the DVD set here.
It is approaching that time of the year again. The time when college and seminary students
cram review the biblical languages and lament on how little study they accomplished over the summer. I am one of those lamenting but am blessed and thankful to be starting another semester of Hebrew.
Below is an infographic for “A Statement of the Traditional Southern Baptist Understanding of the Plan of Salvation”.
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We are currently studying atonement theories in my Theology II class and it has been a blessing and challenge to reflect on and interact with historic positions on the doctrine of atonement. While reading current Greek scholar Dan Wallace’s blog, I came across a quote of the late Southern Baptist Greek scholar A.T. Roberston regarding the unplumbable depths of Christ’s atoning work. Continue Reading…
Here is a clip of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary president Danny Akin speaking on George Leile. Akin believes Leile was actually the first protestant foreign missionary. Leile was a freed slave who sold himself, along with his family, into slavery in Jamaica for the purpose of spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Like great missionaries William Carey and Lottie Moon, George Leile was a five-point Calvinist. Continue Reading…
An influential founder of the Southern Baptist Convention as well as a founding professor of the first Southern Baptist seminary, John Broadus is one of the great Southern Baptists who we stand on the shoulders of today. Broadus, widely respected for his scholarship, was selected by the American Baptist Publication Society and the Sunday School Board (known today as LifeWay) to compose a Baptist catechism.
In 1892, A Catechism of Bible Teaching was published and widely used in Southern Baptist life and beyond. Today, Broadus’ catechism remains a helpful tool for the Christian and also serves as a great historical insight into the beliefs of the founding Southern Baptists. Continue Reading…
John Leadley Dagg (1794-1884), influential Baptist theologian and president of Mercer University, explains free agency in his Manual of Theology. Dagg’s Manual of Theology was assigned by James P. Boyce as the sole theology textbook at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary for many years. Continue Reading…