Daily Gleanings about the challenges inherent in knowledge work and ways of balancing productive work with healthy engagement in the rest of life.
Daily Gleanings about Vanhoozer’s “Hearers and Doers” from Lexham and Jason Ripley’s “Glorious Death, Imperial Rome and the Gospel of John” from JGRChJ.
Daily Gleanings with Peter Gentry on his Göttingen volume for Ecclesiastes and continuing comment from Peter Gurry on the Johannine comma.
Daily Gleanings about digital humanities resources for philology and epigraphy.
Nothing can substitute for critical biblical scholarship. But even when you do this, you still need to read your Bible. Here are 5 reasons why.
Daily Gleanings from Michael Hyatt and Megan Miller about not investing in the wrong people and from Roger Pearse about hunting for manuscripts online.