We’re having a sale, but it’s a bit different. This is for our Aer.io store, where we can sell almost any book in print. So we’re discounting David Alan Black’s books about Greek and New Testament interpretation from 10% to 30% (depending on the margin we’re allowed). For other books by David Alan Black, see […]
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Energion author David Alan Black has been honored with a Festschrift. Co-editor (and Energion author as well) Thomas W. Hudgins has the announcement.
Good Friday is a good time to think about Christian unity. Just before the story of the cross in the Gospel According to John, Jesus told his disciples to love one another as he had loved them. If you think a love-centered Christianity is weak or easy, consider that standard! Today I want to link […]
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¿Tiene usted el deseo de aprender el Griego del Nuevo Testamento? ¡Si es así, estamos contentos de anunciar la publicación de la gramática introductoria de David Alan Black. La cual se llama Aprenda a Leer el Griego del Nuevo Testamento. El deseo de estudiar el Nuevo Testamento en su lengua original y usar su conocimiento […]
Help us avoid a cover that looks like this: Surely a worthwhile cause! The poll is located at the top of the right sidebar. Vote now! I’ve reserved a couple of free copies (when they’re printed) to be sent to those who contributed all or part of the winning title, insofar as I can determine […]
I’m pleased to announce that Energion Publications will be offering a new series of books called Topical Line Drives. This is a branch of our existing Participatory Study Series, and will continue the mission of inviting all church members to participate in the story of God’s action in the world by becoming better informed and […]
Energion author David Alan Black (The Jesus Paradigm, Why Four Gospels?, Christian Archy, Will You Join the Cause of Global Missions?) will be one of the speakers at the 8th Annual Marie-Joseph Lagrange Biblical Conference held at Institute of the Incarnate Word in Washington, D. C. Dr. Black will speak on the Pauline authorship of […]
From Dave Black Online: 5) Being the ultimate obscurantist, I’ve been asked (as you know) to present a case for the Pauline authorship of Hebrews next month in Washington, DC. As someone who frequently espouses minority points of view, I found this statement about conformity fascinating: Although conformity generally leads individuals to think and act […]
Energion author David Alan Black is offering a seminar at Shepherds Theological Seminary. In this picture, provided by Thomas Hudgins, he is signing copies of his book Why Four Gospels?.