Dr. William Klein discusses how to interpret various New Testament genres (:10), and Dr. Steven Runge talks about Greek prepositions in the Faithlife Language Lab (2:51). (more…)
Dr. John Schwandt shares about the nature and benefits of his interactive Greek alphabet course (0:10), and then, a tip on how to show Scripture onscreen in the middle of a church service (3:35). [Read more…]
Dr. John Scwhandt discusses the benefits of studying Greek (0:10), and a Logos Pro Tip about studying the Dead Sea Scrolls (4:00). [Read more…]
Scholar George Guthrie discusses how understanding the structure of Hebrews helps us interpret it (0:10), and a pro-tip on setting multiple service times in Proclaim (5:05). [Read more…]
Dr. Steve Runge teaches about delay in the Bible (0:10), and Todd Bishop shows how to use the Psalms Explorer tool in Logos (2:15).
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Our understanding of the Greek New Testament is based almost entirely on English translations, but how would our understanding of the Greek text change if we read it for what it is—as Greek?
With the Lexham Discourse Greek New Testament Datasets, we can now get behind the words of the New Testament writers and discover the particular linguistic tasks that inform translation and interpretation.
The Lexham Discourse Greek New Testament Datasets identify discourse markers and performs complex discourse analysis of the entire New Testament quickly, easily, and accurately, which makes them one of the most advanced tools for studying the Greek text of the New Testament. [Read more…]