Reformed Humanist 2016-11-03T19:41:32+00:00

John Gill On the Hebrew Vowel Points pt 2

December 1st, 2016|0 Comments

On the Hebrew Letters, Vowel Points, & Accents by John Gill, D.D. I OBSERVE there is much talk about the Masoretic Bible, and about Masoretic authority. As to the Masoretic Bible, I could never learn [...]

John Gill On the Hebrew Vowel Points pt 1

December 1st, 2016|0 Comments

On the Hebrew Letters, Vowel Points, & Accents by John Gill, D.D.   The Preface. THE following Dissertation has long lain by me; nor was it written at first with any design to publish it [...]

Follow Up: Codex Montfortianus, Erasmus, and 1 John 5:7

June 17th, 2016|0 Comments

In a previous article I addressed the issue of Codex Montfortianus and Erasmus and showed that the so called "British" Codex that Erasmus used could not be Codex Montfortianus.  I was pleased to find out [...]

NT Manuscripts Made to Order (Erasmus and I Jn5.7)

June 15th, 2016|1 Comment

It is commonly known that Erasmus did not include a large section of 1 John 5:7 in the 1st and 2nd Editions of his Greek New Testament.  This is the so called Comma Johanneum,  "For [...]

Argument Analysis Checklist

March 25th, 2016|0 Comments

Argument Analysis Checklist This post in the main is from an older blog I no longer maintain. Why an argument analysis checklist?  They’re easy for people to memorize. So I’m providing the checklist I follow [...]

The Artificial Memory

March 13th, 2016|2 Comments

So after reading the previous two posts on memory you should now be asking yourself, Where do I begin in the development my artificial memory?  First we begin with the 3 keys of artificial memory. [...]

Rhetorica Ad Herennium on Memory

March 13th, 2016|0 Comments

The following excerpt is from the Latin text Ad Herennium.  Though written many centuries ago, the information it provides on improving the memory is still as useful today as it was when originally written.  I [...]

A History of Memory

March 13th, 2016|0 Comments

(A post on memory from an old site I started.) In beginning any history on the techniques of memory, tradition requires the mention of the following story.  It is much like writing the “Hello World!” [...]

Learning Latin, Greek, & Hebrew

December 27th, 2015|0 Comments

I've posted these a few times in the Confessional Bibliology Facebook group.  But from time to time people ask for them again.  The last time I posted them I added hashtags, but I think a [...]