From Exegesis To Exposition

Author: Robert B. Chisholm
Publisher: Baker Academic
ISBN:
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Inspires and instructs students and pastors to use the Hebrew Bible appropriately in their preaching and teaching. Includes sample sermons and lessons.

A Guide To Biblical Hebrew Syntax

Author: Bill T. Arnold
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107078016
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Introduces basic and critical issues of Hebrew syntax for beginning and intermediate readers of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament.

How Biblical Languages Work

Author: Peter James Silzer
Publisher: Kregel Academic
ISBN: 9780825495939
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A practical and easy-to-understand guide to the logical structure of both Hebrew and Greek. Ideal for biblical language students.

A Workbook For Intermediate Hebrew

Author: Robert B. Chisholm
Publisher: Kregel Academic
ISBN: 0825493471
Size: 18.56 MB
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Designed to engage the Hebrew text and reinforce patterns and principles of Hebrew grammar and syntax, this resource expertly guides intermediate Hebrew students. Answers to all questions are provided, and both a useful parsing guide and glossary are also included.

An Annotated Guide To Biblical Resources For Ministry

Author: David R. Bauer
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1610973860
Size: 61.80 MB
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An Annotated Guide to Biblical Resources for Ministry evaluates over 2,000 books that were chosen because of their usefulness for the theological interpretation of the Bible within the context of the faith of the church, significance in the history of interpretation, and representation of evangelical scholarship. This is one of those rare bibliographic guides that every student of religion, seminarian, and minister will want to have on his or her bookshelf. The focus of this guide is on biblical studies. It contains entries on 2,200 books written by 1,300 scholars. Annotations describe and evaluate books that are highly recommended. Virtually every topic in biblical studies is noted: commentaries on each book of the Bible; biblical histories, theologies, and ethics; books on the canon, archaeology, early Judaism, and interpretive methods; and technical books such as grammars, concordances, Bible dictionaries, and atlases. The great strength of this guide is not only that it provides the reader with a wealth of information but also that the format it follows is eminently reader-friendly. The Guide is invaluable for assisting the student, seminarian, or minister in building a personal library. I highly recommend it! " Jack Dean Kingsbury, Professor Emeritus of Biblical Theology, Union Theological Seminary in Virginia

From Bards To Biblical Exegetes

Author: David Emanuel
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1630870285
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A cursory glance through the Psalter reveals numerous allusions to events in Israel's literary history. While a range of literary and oral sources were obviously available to psalmists, the relationships between these sources and the psalmists' final work are more obscure. Concerning these relationships, numerous questions remain unanswered: - How strictly did the psalmists replicate their sources? - What kinds of alterations did they make (additions, omissions, etc.)? - Did they alter the meaning of their sources in their own compositions? Departing from the more classical approaches to researching the psalms--engaging in the determination of Sitz im Leben and Gattungen--this intertextual study addresses the aforementioned issues by focusing on a group of psalms associated with Israel's exodus tradition (105, 106, 135, and 136). Through a detailed comparison of lexical correspondences between the psalms and other biblical texts, together with a relative dating of each psalm, the study identifies literary sources employed by the psalmists. It additionally includes a close reading of each psalm to establish the unity and meaning of each composition. Emanuel then analyzes and categorizes lexical variances between each psalm and its sources, providing potential explanations for alterations found between the two, and revealing how the psalmists reinterpreted their biblical sources.

1 2 Samuel Teach The Text Commentary Series

Author: Robert B. Jr. Chisholm
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441241280
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To craft informed sermons, pastors scour commentaries that often deal more with minutia than the main point. Or they turn to devotional commentaries, which may contain exegetical weaknesses. The Teach the Text Commentary Series bridges this gap by utilizing the best of biblical scholarship and providing the information a pastor needs to communicate the text effectively. By keeping the discussion of each carefully selected preaching unit to six pages of focused commentary, the volumes in this series allow pastors to quickly grasp the big idea and key themes of each passage of Scripture. The text and its meaning are made clear, and sections dedicated to effectively teaching and illustrating the text help pastors prepare to preach. Full-color illustrations, maps, and photos are included throughout each volume to illustrate the world and events described in the Bible. The first two volumes of this series edited by Mark L. Strauss and John H. Walton are Romans and 1 & 2 Samuel.

Hebrew Aramaic Index To The Septuagint

Author: T. Muraoka
Publisher: Baker Pub Group
ISBN:
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An internationally renowned Septuagint scholar has compiled a user-friendly Hebrew index to the Septuagint. The index is keyed to the Hatch and Redpath Concordance.

Handbook On The Prophets

Author: Robert B. Jr. Chisholm
Publisher: Baker Academic
ISBN: 9780801038600
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The prophetic books of the Bible contain some of the most difficult passages in the entire Old Testament. Veteran professor Robert Chisholm guides readers through the important and often complex writings of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel, Daniel, and the Minor Prophets, examining the content, structure, and theological message of each book. Rather than attempting to provide a detailed verse-by-verse commentary, this handbook focuses on the prevailing themes and central messages of the prophetic books. It considers how the message of the prophets would have been heard in their respective historical communities and considers the prophets' continuing importance for contemporary study. Now available in paperback.

Using New Testament Greek In Ministry

Author: David Alan Black
Publisher: Baker Academic
ISBN: 0801010438
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A Practical Guide for Students and Pastors. 'Using New Testament Greek in Ministry' focuses on the transformation of exegesis into exposition, of studies into sermons. To prepare students toward this end, David Alan Black explains the process of using the Greek text and linguistic resources to study the New Testament and he recommends a basic library of reference books.