In Microsoft Word, a “style” is a collection of one or more pieces of formatting information. Styles are especially helpful when you use them to format your headings.
Alex Stewart provides a number of pro tips for busy writers in biblical studies. Alex stresses the importance of taking a long-term view of one’s writing.
David DeSilva provides several pro tips for busy writers in biblical studies. David stresses the importance of “no” and working on one project at a time.
I’m running an experiment with how to format the content that has been in the Daily Gleanings series.
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.
Gavin Ordlund’s “Theological Retrieval for Evangelicals” addresses a “‘me and my Bible’ approach to theology.”