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Dr. Dvorak

Dr. Jim Dvorak is Assoc. Dean for Teaching and Learning at Oklahoma Christian University and Professor of Greek and New Testament in OC's College of Biblical Studies.

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Ozark Yacht Club - View from our house Spring Break 2017

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The Yellow Sticky Note Bandit is Back!

And so the Post-It® war (a really friendly war, as you can see) has begun again! 😃 Found this on my office door today . . . And this...

Another new arrival!

Two days ago, I posted about receiving a gratis copy of a book to which I contributed a chapter. Today, I received another gratis copy of a book to which I contributed an article! This one was really meaningful to me because it is a volume of coll...

Look what arrived today!

I wrote an article for each of the two volumes in this set. A while back I had received my gratis copy of volume 1; today, I received my gratis copy of volume 2!

Dialogismos: a new eJournal from OC GST

Oklahoma Christian University's Graduate School of Theology has launched a new fully refereed, online, open-access academic eJournal called Dialogismos. Dialogismos (Greek Διαλογισμός) is a term that refers generally to the content or result of th...

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas, everyone! 1 In those days Caesar Augustus issued a decree that a census should be taken of the entire Roman world. 2 This was the first census that took place while Quirinius was governor of Syria. 3 And everyone went to their own...

10 things I wish students would understand about exegesis - #8

#8 Lexicons are limited in their usefulness διακρίνω in BDAG - click for larger viewLexicons (i.e., dictionaries) are an indispensable tool in exegesis. Even seasoned scholars reach for their LN, LSJ, or BDAG, even if only occasionally. But young ...