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15/01/2024

Dr. T. Michael W. Halcomb discusses the Greek root lαμπ. Wanna learn? Listen in.

Here's your Sunday ProveText Podcast Resource Recap! Check out these episodes and more at youtube.com/! Our podcast is a...
15/01/2024

Here's your Sunday ProveText Podcast Resource Recap! Check out these episodes and more at youtube.com/! Our podcast is a great FREE resource to utilize to enrich your language studies.

🚨 Sale Alert! 🚨 1 Corinthians: A Beginning-Intermediate Greek Reader by Jonathan B. Ensor is a Tier 3 GlossaHouse resour...
14/01/2024

🚨 Sale Alert! 🚨 1 Corinthians: A Beginning-Intermediate Greek Reader by Jonathan B. Ensor is a Tier 3 GlossaHouse resource in the Accessible Greek Resources and Online Studies (AGROS) series. These Beginning-Intermediate Greek Readers are user-friendly guides for reading based upon The Greek New Testament: SBL Edition (SBLGNT). Each book provides footnotes for all vocabulary words occurring 49 times or less, morphological and translational helps, and variants between SBLGNT and the standard critical editions of the Greek NT. Additionally, each chapter is introduced with a list of these infrequent vocabulary words that occur within the chapter. The list is sorted by word frequency as found in the chapter, arranged from most to least frequent.
Tier 3 resources are designed to build confidence in understanding Greek and to encourage the reading of the Greek New Testament by providing vocabulary glosses, morphological explanations, and translations helps. Any student who uses this book will be able to read directly from the Greek New Testament, to exercise his or her beginning Greek learning, and to see how grammatical and syntactical considerations affect meaning and translation in context.
https://glossahouse.com/products/1-corinthians-a-beginning-intermediate-reader

14/01/2024

Dr. T. Michael W. Halcomb and James-Michael Smith () bring curiosity and inquisitiveness to the fore as they look closely at everyone’s “favorite verses” and ask all sorts of questions…but give no answers. Want to know how to start approaching and studying Scripture? Learn from these guys as they discuss Genesis 9:11! Tune in.

This edition provides glosses for every word occurring fewer than 50 times, catering to both newcomers and seasoned scho...
12/01/2024

This edition provides glosses for every word occurring fewer than 50 times, catering to both newcomers and seasoned scholars, allowing for uninterrupted reading without needing to consult a lexicon. It supports natural reading by offering contextual glosses and full parsing for verbs, complemented by an appended glossary for words occurring more than 50 times. https://glossahouse.com/products/pesh*tta-new-testament-readers-edition

12/01/2024

Dr. Mario Melendez discusses the etymology and significance of the name Malachi. Tune in to learn more.

12/01/2024

Dr. Fredrick J. Long and Dr. Michael Halcomb continue their discussion of nouns. Tune in!

12/01/2024

Dr. T. Michael W. Halcomb discusses the Hebrew word מצא. Wanna learn? Listen in.

Midweek ProveText Podcast Resource Recap! Check out these episodes and more at youtube.com/!
11/01/2024

Midweek ProveText Podcast Resource Recap! Check out these episodes and more at youtube.com/!

What is a god in Homer’s Iliad? What is immortality for the Greeks—simply never dying? How can both Aphrodite and Ares, ...
11/01/2024

What is a god in Homer’s Iliad? What is immortality for the Greeks—simply never dying? How can both Aphrodite and Ares, being a god and goddess, become injured? Once again, Devin and Colton consider these questions (and more) in Episode 6: Iliad, Book 5.

What is a god in Homer’s Iliad? What is immortality for the Greeks—simply never dying? How can both Aphrodite and Ares, being a god and goddess, become injur...

Increasingly, researchers of Scripture understand the indispensable value of Intertestamental Jewish texts. Since many o...
10/01/2024

Increasingly, researchers of Scripture understand the indispensable value of Intertestamental Jewish texts. Since many of these texts were composed in and/or translated and transmitted in Greek, the Jewish Texts Greek Readers (JTGR) series provides a broad sampling of these Jewish texts from the Hellenistic era. The JTGR are advanced Greek readers (Tier 5) in GlossaHouse’s AGROS series. This particular JTGR volume by Benjamin R. Porter contains an introduction to the Greek text of The Wisdom of Sirach as well as Porter’s new translation. As an advanced Greek reader, Porter has prepared footnotes with glosses for Greek words occurring less than thirteen times in the Greek New Testament. Additionally, readers will find translation helps (TH) and morphological helps (MH) for difficult grammatical forms that will inform the translation that is provided. Finally, a gloss lexicon of Greek words occurring thirteen times or more in the New Testament is included to aid in translation. https://glossahouse.com/products/the-wisdom-of-sirach-an-advanced-greek-reader-with-a-translation

09/01/2024

Dr. Jennifer Noonan shares SLA insights on input enhancement. Tune in!

09/01/2024

In this premier episode of "Living in Greek", Jesse Orloff helps us take a closer look at Koine Greek and grow in our love of and appreciation for the language. This is stuff you don’t want to miss!

09/01/2024

This is a must listen episode as Dr. T. Michael W. Halcomb shares 3 things he’s thinking about, namely, 3 new podcast series coming to ProveText. Tune in to learn more!

07/01/2024

Dr. T. Michael W. Halcomb discusses the Greek root λαθ-. Wanna learn? Listen in.

07/01/2024

Dr. Fredrick J. Long and Dr. Michael Halcomb discuss Galatians 6:4-5. Tune in!

06/01/2024

Dr. Mario Melendez discusses the etymology and significance of the name Zephaniah. Tune in to learn more.

04/01/2024

Dr. T. Michael W. Halcomb and James-Michael Smith () bring curiosity and inquisitiveness to the fore as they look closely at everyone’s “favorite verses” and ask all sorts of questions…but give no answers. Want to know how to start approaching and studying Scripture? Learn from these guys as they discuss Php 4:8-9! Tune in.

As immortal supernatural beings, modern readers might expect the gods and goddesses to be completely self-sufficient and...
03/01/2024

As immortal supernatural beings, modern readers might expect the gods and goddesses to be completely self-sufficient and omnipotent. However, they seem to be no less needy than humans. So, what gain do the gods receive for involving themselves in the lives of the Achaeans and Trojans? Why does Hera nag Zeus for nearly ending the Trojan War without razing Troy? Why does Zeus himself desire the praise of the gods? Is Zeus a good husband to Hera? What even makes a good husband? How does he compare with Paris in the previous section, Book 3? Devin and Colton consider these questions in Episode 5, Iliad Book 4.

As immortal supernatural beings, modern readers might expect the gods and goddesses to be completely self-sufficient and omnipotent. However, they seem to be...

03/01/2024

Dr. T. Michael W. Halcomb answers the question “Does “Amazing Grace” need to be updated?” Tune in to learn more!

02/01/2024

Dr. Jennifer Noonan shares SLA insights on “Quality of Input”. Tune in to learn more!

What do you hope will be different about 2024?We can’t wait to see what God has in store for this next year!
01/01/2024

What do you hope will be different about 2024?
We can’t wait to see what God has in store for this next year!

01/01/2024

Dr. Fredrick J. Long examines 1 Corinthians 12:26 using the Constituent Marking Method. Tune in to learn more!

31/12/2023

Dr. T. Michael W. Halcomb discusses the history of and making New Year’s resolutions. Are you making resolutions this year? If so, what are they?

30/12/2023

Dr. Mario Melendez discusses the etymology and significance of the name Zechariah. Tune in to learn more.

28/12/2023

Dr. T. Michael W. Halcomb and James-Michael Smith bring curiosity and inquisitiveness to the fore as they look closely at everyone’s “favorite verses” and ask all sorts of questions…but give no answers. Want to know how to start approaching and studying Scripture? Learn from these guys as they discuss Isaiah 43:2-10! Tune in.

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