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Jan 11, 2019 | 12:30 PM | Friday
Teaching God’s Word is paramount among a pastor’s priorities. However, the demands of ministry are numerous and varied, making it easy for pastors to slip in their comprehension and utilization of the biblical languages. In this forthcoming Alumni Academy, Dr. Rob Plumm
Along with the Friday-Saturday Alumni Academy, participants are encouraged to attend Dr. Plummer’s Greek Review course or Dr. Howell’s Hebrew review course held on campus at SBTS, January 7-11 (Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and Friday 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.) This course will give attendees even more time to review Greek or Hebrew grammar and reading.
If you are interested in participating in this class option, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to enroll. As a reminder, if you are not an alumnus of SBTS or Boyce, you will first need to complete a free student application to enroll in this course.
For more information about the Greek and Hebrew for Life Conference and lodging, please visit http://events.sbts.edu/alumniacademywinter.
Friday, January 11
12:30 p.m. Registration
1:30 p.m. Session I – Plenary I: Adam Howell – “Weighed in the Scales and Found Wanting”
3 p.m. Session II: (choose one)
T.J. Betts – “Jots and Tittles: Basic Noun Morphology” Norton 101
Jim Hamilton – “Using Hebrew in Sermon Preparation” Norton 102
Peter Gentry – “Using Discourse Grammar to Interpret Hebrew Narrative” Norton 103
Brian Vickers – “Greek Really Does Matter: Exegetical Gems from Philippians” Norton 207
Rob Plummer – “Behind the Screencast: Exactly How I Record Daily Dose of Greek” Norton 195
Nathan Parsons – “Earliest Bible Translations in English: A VIP Museum Experience” PRR
4 p.m. Session III: (choose one)
T.J. Betts – “Jots and Tittles: Basic Verb Morphology” Norton 101
Marcus Leman – “The Exegetical Value of Learning and Using the Masoretic Accents” Norton 102
Tyler Flatt – “The Bible in Plain Latin: The Vulgate in Medieval and Renaissance Europe” Norton 103
Jonathan Pennington – “Cognitive Linguistics and Prepositions in 1 John” Norton 195