New Translation of the New Testament by N.T. Wright

Well, if this article title didn’t have enough capital N’s and T’s. Anyways…

I just read on Amazon.com that N.T. Wright is coming out with his own translation of the New Testament entitled, The Kingdom New Testament: A Contemporary Translation.

The Amazon.com product description states: Continue reading

Reading the New Testament in 30 Days

I saw this 30-day reading plan for the New Testament over at New Leaven. So I thought I would share it here, and I will look to take this up during the month of January.

1. Matthew 1-9
2. Matthew 10-15
3. Matthew 16-22
4. Matthew 23-28
5. Mark 1-8
6. Mark 9-16
7. Luke 1-6
8. Luke 7-11
9. Luke 12-18
10. Luke 19-24
11. John 1-7
12. John 8-13
13. John 14-21
14. Acts 1-7
15. Acts 8-14
16. Acts 15-21
17. Acts 22-28
18. Romans 1-8
19. Romans 9-16
20. 1 Corinthians 1-9
21. 1 Corinthians 10-16
22. 2 Corinthians 1-13
23. Galatians – Ephesians
24. Philippians – 2 Thessalonians
25. 1 Timothy – Philemon
26. Hebrews
27. James – 2 Peter
28. 1 John – 3 John
29. Revelation 1-11
30. Revelation 12-22

Free Old and New Testament Commentaries via Google Books

You can now get good, solid commentaries of both the Old and New Testaments via Google Books. This includes such commentary sets as The New International Commentary on the Old Testament (NICOT), The New International Commentary on the New Testament (NICNT), The New American Commentary (NAC), and a few others. This allows one to access scholarly and academic works of commentary on the Scriptures, but without spending hundreds (or thousands) of dollars. Well, I should say that not every single page of every commentary is available. But good portions of them are available through Google Books.

For the Old Testament, click here. For the New Testament, click here.