Why Learn the Biblical Languages?

November 13, 2020 // The Biblical Languages Podcast Share this Post In this episode of the Biblical Languages Podcast, Kevin Grasso and Josh Mann discuss the “pay-off” of knowing the languages, and unpack a few examples from the biblical text. Here’s a snapshot of what you can expect: The biblical examples discussed are בְּצֶדֶק from Psalm 17:15 and ἡ τελεία … Read More

The Best Way to Learn the Biblical Languages

May 26, 2020 // Kevin Grasso Share this Post “Why should I learn to speak or write Greek or Hebrew when all I want to do is read it?” This is a question I have heard in a lot of various forms. Although I think there are many reasons why you should learn to use the biblical languages actively (which I … Read More

Biblical Language Pedagogy in Crisis (Part 3 of 3)

March 25, 2020 // David R. Miller, Ed.D. Share this Post After years of studying Greek and Hebrew, and also receiving a great deal of wisdom from advisors and friends, I decided to focus my dissertation on how biblical languages were currently being taught in Christian higher education. I had been talking with dozens of NT and OT language professors … Read More

Biblical Language Pedagogy in Crisis (Part 2 of 3)

March 25, 2020 // David R. Miller, Ed.D. Share this Post I was first introduced to the process of learning biblical languages in 2005/2006, and I enjoyed it. It was stimulating, enriching, and spiritually beneficial. But it was also strenuous, time-consuming, and expensive. When I was finished, I found myself struggling to retain proficiency in biblical languages and I was … Read More

Biblical Language Pedagogy in Crisis (Part 1 of 3)

March 25, 2020 // David R. Miller, Ed.D. Share this Post I surrendered my life to follow Christ in April of 2000, and I immediately fell in love with the Bible. I read it constantly and knew that it was the primary means for getting to know my Lord and Savior more personally. Shortly thereafter, several older Christians and local … Read More