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Principles and Practices of Bible Translation
Professor Brug explains, “The purpose of this paper is to suggest and illustrate some principles or “rules” to guide translators as they carry the Word of God from the original languages into modern versions in different ...
Commentaries for the Pastor's Study
With this list, Professor Brug details different commentaries and loosely ranks the best commentaries available for each book of the Bible. This list is especially useful for its New Testament Treatment. A more updated ...
A Doctrinal Study of the ELCA in 2012
Professor Brug offers his most recent analysis of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). After a quick review of the history leading up to the formation of the ELCA, Brug takes a close look at three specific ...
Doctrinal Brief: Part-Time Pastors
Dr. Brug discusses part-time pastoral calls, specifically retirement calls and tent ministries. While recognizing that some congregations may have good reasons for being unable to support a full-time pastor, this should ...
Pastors and Plagiarism: Some Thoughts
Prof. Brug offers some comments and advice about citation of sources.
Review Article: The Great Recession
In this article Professor Brug reviews the book “The Great Evangelical Recession: 6 Factors That Will Crash the American Church … and How to Prepare,” by John S. Dickerson. The author of this book sounds a wake-up call to ...
Exegetical Brief: John 19:39—A Mixture of Myrrh and Aloes
Professor Brug examines the terminology used to describe the mixture brought by Nicodemas in John 19:39, as well as the vessel in which it was carried.
Scylla and Charybdis
Prof. Brug discusses the dangerous yet necessary course traveled by Christians: navigating the narrow way between the “Scylla” of legalism and the “Charybdis” of antinomianism.
Review Article: The Church and the Office of the Ministry
This review of a study edition of Walther’s “The Church and the Office of the Ministry,” is the fourth time the book has been reviewed in the Quarterly. This is to be expected given the various editions throughout the ...