Blogs, Forums, & Websites

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Here's what you will find on this page:

Blogs
Forums
Websites

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Blogs

ΕΝ ΕΦΕΣΩ: Studies in Greek Language and Linguistics
Mike Aubrey, the Greek Languages and Linguistics Moderator for B-Greek Forum, posts his thoughts and ideas on Hellenistic Greek.
καὶ τὰ λοιπά
This is Daniel Streett's blog all about teaching Koine Greek as a living language, New Testament studies, καὶ τὰ λοιπά. 
Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts Blog
The Center's blog features posts on all things dealing with NT Greek manuscripts and textual criticism.
Greek Language and Linguistics Blog
Michael Palmer's blog is a discussion about the application of Linguistics to the study of Hellenisitc Greek. 
Hypotyposeis Blog
This is Stephen C. Carlson's blog. It explores topics relating to Christian origins, especially from historical, literary, and philological perspectives. It often touches on issues concerning New Testament Greek, including linguistics and textual criticism. 
Mondays with Mounce
Bill Mounce blogs every Monday (and sometimes other days) on interesting things about the Bible and how Greek helps us get at the meaning in a passage.
NT Discourse
Steve Runge’s blog concentrates on discourse grammar and the New Testament.
NT Resources
Dr. Rod Decker passed away in May 2014. His blog is now being maintained by Dr. Wayne Slusser. See his "Resources" page for a number of helpful links.
The Brice C. Jones Blog
This is the blog of Brice C. Jones, a PhD candidate in the Department of Religion at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec. His primary interests are: Papyrology; New Testament textual criticism; Greek and Coptic palaeography; and the Synoptic Gospels. 
Timothy Michael Law Blog
Timothy Law is the Alexander von Humbolt Fellow in the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen and is also affiliated with the Septuaginta Unternehmen. The majority of Law's studies center around matters concerning the Septuagint, and he shares some of that work with us on his blog. [Note: At this time, this blog is inaccessible, but we will keep this link for the time being with the hope that Dr. Law will resume his blogging in the near future.]
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Forums

B-Greek Forum
The Biblical Greek Forum has a wealth of resources for students and teachers of Koine Greek. Registration, which is free, is required to post/reply. For pre-1998 archives, click here.
Evangelical Textual Criticism
This is a forum for people with knowledge of the Bible in its original languages to discuss its manuscripts and textual history from the perspective of historic evangelical theology.  
SBL Fonts Forum
SBL hosts this forum in order to exchange ideas, discuss issues, and recommend changes regarding its fonts.
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Websites

Daily Dose of Greek: Read Greek
Daily Dose of Greek is a site by Dr. Rob Plummer of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary that has as its goal helping people keep their Greek. This page has two minute segments to help you keep your Greek fresh. Also, you can subscribe to get the Daily Dose videos every weekday by email.
Daily Dose of Greek: Resources
Also found on Dr. Plummer's website is this page, which has a number of helpful links.
Exegetical Tools Quarterly
This Quarterly is a unique resource among a variety of similar publications. Most peer-reviewed journals include mostly articles with book reviews appended to the back. Some journals are just a collection of popular-level essays, maybe with some book reviews. This site also features their blog, which is updated regularly.
Thesaurus Linguae Graecae
The Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (TLG) is a research center at the University of California, Irvine. Founded in 1972 the TLG has collected and digitized most literary texts written in Greek from Homer to the fall of Byzantium in AD 1453. Its goal is to create a comprehensive digital library of Greek literature from antiquity to the present era. One and 5 year subscriptions are available.