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Hudgins, Thomas. El Griego Del Nuevo Testamento Y Espanol / New Testament Greek And Spanish
Running My Race: Reflections on Life, Loss, Aging, and Forty Years of Teaching
Cerone, Jacob. Into the Deep: A Comparative Discourse Analysis of the Masoretic and Septuagint Versions of Jonah
2 Corinthians 6:4-10: Paul's List of Sufferings
Jared Henson's Online Instruction
STEP Bible from Tyndale House, Cambridge
Highlighting Greek Sentences
Charts of Paradigms and Concepts from Learn to Read New Testament Greek, chapters 1-13
Whitacre's Greek Videos
"NA28 Text vs. NA27 Text"
McFadden's "Should I Learn Hebrew and Greek or Is Bible Software Enough?"
Lee Irons' Greek New Testament Reading Plan
Lee Irons' "Tips for Reading the Greek New Testament"
Lee Irons' "Influence of the Septuagint on the Greek New Testament"
Michael Halcomb's TED talk "Silent No More: Resurrecting Dead Languages"
Rodney A. whitacre's "Resources for Reading Greek: A Review Article"
Rodney A. Whitacre's "Basic Hellenistic Greek Morphology"
Starner's "7 Reasons to Study Biblical Hebrew and Biblical Greek"
A detailed review of my grammar at The Christian Reviewer.
A digitized, fully-searchable PDF of A. T. Robertson's A Grammar of the Greek New Testament in the Light of Historical Research
Center for New Testament Restoration
Kelley's "Transformational Generative Grammar and Biblical Studies"
Kelley's "Discourse Analysis and the New Testament: Introduction with Illustrations from Colossians"
A Comparison between BibleWorks and Logos Bible software at "Dr. Varner's Thoughts."
A Comparison between Accordance, BibleWorks, and Logos Bible software by Abram K-J.
The Gospel According To Four Women
Dr. David Black presents "The Gospel According To Four Women" at Calvary Chapel West Oahu on July 13, 2014.
The Discourse Structure of Philippians PowerPoint
The Medium Is the Message: Hermeneutics and Rhetorical Features in the Greek New Testament PowerPoint
1 John Presentation
New Section! Dave Black's PowerPoint Presentations
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Dr. Roy E. Ciampa's "Resources for New Testament Textual Criticism"
Dr. Roy E. Ciampa's "Resources for New Testament Exegesis"
Dan Wallace's Blog
Dan Wallace's discussion of the work of the CSNTM and recent discoveries of NT manuscripts
Dima Kotik gives a video review of Dr. David Alan Black's book Why Four Gospels? The Historical Origins of the Gospels.
Daily Dose of Greek: Read Greek
Daily Dose of Greek: Resources
Daily Dose of Greek: Learn Biblical Greek
Henry Neufeld of Energion Publications interviewed Dr. David Alan Black about his book Will You Join the Cause of Global Missions?
Henry Neufeld of Energion Publications interviewed Dr. David Alan Black about his book Why Four Gospels? The Historical Origins of the Gospels.
Publications by David Alan Black
Henry Neufeld of Energion Publications interviewed Dr. David Alan Black about his book It's All Greek to Me: Confessions of an Unlikely Academic.
Henry Neufeld of Energion Publications interviewed Dr. David Alan Black about his book Seven Marks of a New Testament Church.
Silva's Development of NT Textual Criticism Lectures
Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, and Questions and Answers.
William A. Ross: Old Testament & Septuagint Studies
Audio of the Book of Philippians Read from the Greek New Testament
The Pericope of the Adulteress in Contemporary Research
A History of New Testament Lexicography, by John A. L. Lee
Biblical Words and their Meaning, by Moisés Silva
The Last Twelve Verses of Mark: A Bibliography
Biblical Greek Alphabet
Exegetical Tools Quarterly
Michael James Gordon, Messiah Community Radio Talk Show, Dr. David Alan Black, an interview: Have You Ever Tried to Learn Biblical Greek?
Douglas Moo's We Still Don't Get It
C.K. Oon's Recitation of Hebrew Psalm 1
Jayson Ramiscal's Recitation of Greek Psalm 1
Aaron W. Park's The Book of Amos as Composed and Read in Antiquity
James Alexander Arieti's A Study in the Septuagint of the Book of Amos
Chester Beatty Library
Mike Aubrey's The Greek Perfect and the Categorization of Tense and Aspect