7:1 “Do not judge so that you will not be judged. 7:2 For by the standard you judge you will be judged, and the measure you use will be the measure you receive. (The NET Bible Mt 7:1–2. Biblical Studies Press)
12:18 Speaking recklessly is like the thrusts of a sword, but the words of the wise bring healing. (The NET Bible Pr 12:18. Biblical Studies Press.)
17:28 Even a fool who remains silent is considered wise, and the one who holds his tongue is deemed discerning. (The NET Bible Pr 17:28. Biblical Studies Press.)
Two Words that explain so so much:
April 18, 1930: BBC Radio announces there is no news.
That’ll never happen in this day of 24 hour news networks.
The Tyndale Bible Commentaries are about as close to that near-mythical beast, “perfect for the educated layman” as you will find. It is the most reasonably priced whole Protestant Bible commentary set Logos offers, and right now it is on sale.
I broke down and bought the set when the sale hit and I highly recommend it. It really is that midrange, scholarly but not overly technical commentary series so many are looking for. You won’t be disappointed in the investment.
This new Dictionary module for Greek geeks is built using the LSJ entries for words listed in Strong’s Concordance, which is only about a tenth of all LSJ’s entries, but gives a very strong Classical base to your Esword Greek resources.
The module can be downloaded from here.
Can be found here if you can bear reading the news and opinion surrounding this tragedy.
Charles C. W. Cooke in National Review Online offers a logical but sad opinion here. A Linked article in the Cooke’s article is important enough to merit it’s own link here, as it asks a very important and disturbing question.
This is only the beginning of this latest round in this discussion, I’m sure.