Several years ago I created numerous flashcards for studying in my Greek Syntax class. I separated out the decks so there are around 20-40 terms per deck except when you get to words occurring 16x or fewer there are more. Previously, I used Quizlet to house everything and sync with a great app on my … Continue reading Greek Flashcards for Terms Occurring 10-50x
Cal Newport explains the importance of clarity of your time over being accessible all the time.
Don’t get sucked in to FOMO and think that you may be missing something important. If it is really that important you will come across it eventually and if you miss out then it probably doesn’t matter in the long run. Keep Twitter a happy place and curate it for topics and people your interested hearing from.
I've found the cellular iPad really helpful on this week of travel
Email is infinitely distracting and most people let hundreds or thousands of emails both read and unread pile up. The cognitive load that your brain encounters every time you open up your email client is massive.
Some thoughts on iPhone X after about a week of use.
You can only come up with good ideas when you have a pile of bad ones.
One of the best ways to make a great cup of coffee
Seth Godin’s blog is one of the few sites that I read everyday.
Recently Eerdman's released a sad and tragic statement regarding some of Peter O'Brien's commentaries. They said Eerdmans editors compared the text of The Letter to the Hebrews (Pillar New Testament Commentary, 2010) with various secondary sources and submitted findings to external experts for verification. Summing up the findings, Editor-in-chief James Ernest said, "Our own editors … Continue reading Thoughts on Research and Note Taking After O’Brien and Eerdmans
Pre-order order Jonathan Pennington's The Sermon on the Mount and Human Flourishing: A Theological Commentary on Amazon now.
Readers of this blog might be interested in my thoughts on the recent Evernote pricing and plan changes. I did a small write-up over at my other site more focused on these topics. You can find it hereYou can also follow Techademic on Twitter here: @_techademic
"There is a very big difference in the way we see the world and the way we hear the world. When we see the world we can’t have two objects in space at the same time and see them as different…in the way we hear that is not the case…notes in music fills the whole … Continue reading Jeremy Begbie, The Trinity, and Music
I love Twitter but it has limits and we can hit those limits pretty quickly.
Welcome to the May 2016 Biblical Studies Carnival. I hope all of you are finishing up your final papers, grading papers, and getting grades in as most Spring semesters are wrapping up. For your enjoyment listen to some classic Alice Cooper before diving into the carnival for this month! The world lost one of the … Continue reading May 2016 Biblical Studies Carnival: School’s Out Edition