Tag Archives: David Alan Black

Keeping Up Your Greek

This past weekend, two colleagues of mine who are still seminary students, were bemoaning the thought of keeping up with one’s New Testament Greek.  The question was put to me, Can you read Greek from any place in the New … Continue reading

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Picture of the Day from Dave Alan Black

On his website/blog, David Alan Black continues to share stories and pictures from the mission field (Thanks, Dave).  I found the following on his site.  Coming from that region of the world, it is even more meaningful:   “Here, in … Continue reading

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David Alan Black: Missionary Academic

Like many, I too continue to benefit from David Alan Black’s Learn To Read New Testament Greek, which I reviewed here.  But I must ask, Is Dave Black an academic who is also a missionary, or is Dave Black a … Continue reading

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David Alan Black on the Apostle Paul as a Missionary-Writer

The apostle Paul, one of my favorite authors, lacked all of the advantages I have. He did most of his writing on the move, and much of it on the run. He wrote in the midst of an extremely busy … Continue reading

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