After working through how the 2010 NIV used (or didn’t use) “confess” in the New Testament I asked Dr. Mariottini if he had examined its use in the Old Testament. He has posted some very helpful information on how the 2010 NIV translated “yada” (sorry for not having a Hebrew font on this computer) in […]
Check out Dr. Mariottini’s concerns about the Revised NIV due out next year. A Step Backward
What he got wrong What he got right How is that for fair and balanced?
You have probably heard that Noah’s ark has been found. Even Ben Witherington has a post about it on his blog. Sorry, it’s a hoax. Claude Mariottini gives us the details in his post on the news. Read it here.
I am appreciative for Keith’s post on this and how it challenged me. It asked questions that I have never taken time to ask myself (much less had a sharp enough mind to even consider). I appreciate his sincerity and honesty as well as his willingness to continue to ask what the Bible actually teaches […]
Worth a look… The name of God: Jehova In this one, see his additional links on pronouncing the name of God. Biblical Fonts to download from SBL – useful in writing lessons, blogging, etc
You can now view an interlinear New Living Translation Online. [HT: Claude Mariottini] If you get a chance, also have a look at his post today on the Election of Israel. It is a good read.
Dr. Mariottini constantly delivers quality material. This one is no exception. Here is the link.
When you read the Old Testament you realize there are some books mentioned that you have probably never heard of before. Well Dr. Mariottini lists all 33 of them for us. I had no idea there were that many. Here are a few highlights: 1. The Book of the Wars of Yahweh (Numbers 21:14). 2. […]
Dr. Mariottini has posted some useful thoughts regarding the KJV in response to an article in the Arkansas Democrat Gazette. I love the way he has a balanced approach of not bashing the KJV but objectively and systematically pointing out some of its shortcomings while still respecting its value and importance in Christian history. Have […]