Most of my teaching takes place in the halls of Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte, NC. So far I have had the chance to teach:
- OT504 – Hebrew I (3 hrs)
- OT5100 – Hebrew II (3 hrs)
- OT602 – Advanced Hebrew Readings (1 hr)
- NT5125 – Greek II (3 hrs)
- OT510 – Judges through Esther (2 hrs)
- OT5350 – Isaiah through Malachi (3 hrs)
I have also gotten the opportunity to create some online teaching resources in biblical studies, primarily focused upon exegesis.
Daily Dose of Greek
If you don’t know about Daily Dose of Greek and Daily Dose of Hebrew, they are wonderful resources for maintaining your biblical languages. Sign up for an email with a short video walking through grammatical features of one verse delivered to your inbox daily. I have contributed one “Weekend Edition” to DDG thus far, with another in the works. I also was “guest host” for one week’s worth of videos walking through the Greek text of Psalm 51 (LXX Ps. 50).
Modern Translations of the Septuagint – (Coming Soon)
(See this series for a teaser)
Exegesis of LXX-Ps 50:1-6
Exegetical Tools is another great website to sharpen your biblical languages, as well as keep up with secondary literature and book deals, etc. One of the best resources on the sites is the battery of teaching videos walking through various New Testament books in their entirety. The site is run by a friend of mine from seminary, and he tells me there that Beth Stovell will be producing a series on Ezekiel that I’m sure will be excellent.
I have been asked to produce a series of videos walking through the Greek text(s) of Judges and discussing translation issues from the Hebrew. It’s a big project, but I’m excited to tackle it. I have begun planning this project but have not yet produced anything. I’ll post updates on this project here as they come.