This Fall, during the months of September, October, and November, I will be completing the process of re-posting material (from the earlier Biblesoft Study Blog site), while continuing to add new notes and articles. Just recently I posted the remainder of the word study Series “…Spirit and Life”, which, due to an oversight, I had failed to complete; all the notes and articles are now online. I have also begun posting articles for the Exegetical/Study Series Prophecy and Eschatology in the New Testament, together with an extended set of (daily) notes on the Book of Revelation. In addition, I will be completing my earlier series on The Speeches of Acts, which previously only went up through Paul’s Areopagus speech in Acts 17; as well as the remaining parts of the extended Study Series The Law and the New Testament (thus far covering “Jesus and the Law”, “The Law in Luke-Acts”, and “Paul’s View of the Law”). There will also be special series, on the Israelite/Jewish Festivals, and a study on the Covenant idea in Scripture, beginning in October, along with articles on the Scriptural background for key ideas and principles of the Protestant Reformation (to begin Oct 31). Other new material and updates will be added, especially for the three regular weekly features on this site:
- Saturday Series—Inductive studies (each Saturday), aimed at introducing people to the methods and principles of Biblical Criticism, applying them to specific Scripture passages of interest. Currently we are in the middle of a five-study (five-part) series on 2 Corinthians 6:14-7:1 (see study 1, 2, and 3).
- Sunday Psalm Studies—Each Sunday a different Psalm is examined. I have been proceeding according to the standard canonical order in the Psalter; the most recent study was on Psalm 8.
- Monday Notes on Prayer—Exegetical and critical study of various Scripture passages related to prayer. Currently, we are exploring the teaching of Jesus in the Gospels, having already devoted series of studies to the Lord’s Prayer and the great Prayer-Discourse of Jesus in John 17.