Request an Exam Copy

Check out Enhanced Editions, our new customizable textbooks. Instructors > start your trial. Students > learn more.

January 13, 2020 | Bill Mounce
Who or What is the Bread of Heaven? (John 6:33) - Mondays with Mounce
When the Greek is ambiguous, it is always nice to maintain that ambiguity in English. But usually you can’t and you have to make a decision....
Read More
January 6, 2020 | Bill Mounce
“Who was, and Is, and Is to come” (Rev 1:4) - Mondays with Mounce
A friend of mine pointed out the irregularity of the grammar in this verse. When the biblical writers break what we consider to be “proper” ...
Read More
January 3, 2020 | ZA Blog
An Interview with Thomas S. Kidd: Reading Habits, Writing Goals, and Putting Down Your Phone
Thomas S. Kidd is distinguished professor of history at Baylor University. He has written many books, including the recently released Americ...
Read More
December 16, 2019 | ZA Blog
What is the doctrine of sanctification?
By submitting your email address, you understand that you will receive email communications from HarperCollins Christian Publishing (501 N...
Read More
December 13, 2019 | ZA Blog
What Ephesians 6 Says about Spiritual Warfare
This post is adapted from Clinton E. Arnold’s commentary on Ephesians in the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament and his ne...
Read More
December 11, 2019 | ZA Blog
Who wrote Ephesians?
Today’s post is by Clinton E. Arnold and is excerpted from Ephesians in the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament. The author...
Read More
December 9, 2019 | Bill Mounce
Are you thankful for someone’s faithfulness under trial? (2 Tim 1:3–5) - Mondays with Mounce
2 Tim 1:3–5 is one long Greek sentence, and it illustrates the dangers of breaking up a long Greek sentence into shorter English sentences, ...
Read More
December 2, 2019 | Bill Mounce
How to tell a Story in Greek (1 Tim 1:6) - Mondays with Mounce
One place that Greek and English are quite different is in how they tell a story. English tends towards the “verb ... verb ... verb” constru...
Read More
November 25, 2019 | Bill Mounce
When does “of” mean “namely” or “is”? – Mondays with Mounce
It is easy to confuse the two different types of appositional statements, so I thought I would do a more grammatical blog, and I’ll be using...
Read More
November 18, 2019 | Bill Mounce
Idioms can be painful to translate, especially if you are not sure what they mean - Mondays with Mounce
Paul is arguing by that when a husband dies, his death severs the legal bonds of marriage (Rom 7:2). However, “if she is joined to another m...
Read More
November 12, 2019 | ZA Blog
Reading Revelation in Context
Reading Revelation in Context: John's Apocalypse and Second Temple Judaism offers a welcome series of accessible studies that illustrate bot...
Read More
November 11, 2019 | Bill Mounce
Are you being saved while you are persevering? (1 Cor 15:2) - Mondays with Mounce
If you have studied theology very long, you know that the doctrine of salvation has three parts. It was an accomplished fact at the cross an...
Read More
November 5, 2019 | ZA Blog
75 Video Lectures on Sale: Your Guide to the Newest and Most-Watched Videos
You’ve probably already heard that all Zondervan Academic video lectures are on sale this week for 55% off. With 75 video lecture series on...
Read More
November 5, 2019 | Bill Mounce
For whom is the church responsible? (1 Tim 5:5) - Mondays with Mounce
Who is the widow that the church is required to care for? 1 Tim 5:3-16 deals with this issue. Since the church has limited resources, it is ...
Read More
October 28, 2019 | ZA Blog
Hermeneutics in Action: Interpreting John's Gospel, by N. T. Wright and Michael F. Bird
“The task of hermeneutics is to clarify this miracle of understanding, which is not a mysterious communion of souls, but sharing in a comm...
Read More
October 16, 2019 | ZA Blog
5 Reasons Solus Christus Is at the Center of the Five Solas
Reformation theology is often summarized by the five solas. Scripture alone (sola Scriptura) stands as the formal principle of the Reformati...
Read More
  • Your form could not be submitted. Please check errors and resubmit.

    Thank you!
    Sign up complete.

    Subscribe to the blog
    Get expert commentary on biblical languages, fresh explorations in theology, hand-picked book excerpts, author videos, and info on limited-time sales.
    By submitting your email address, you understand that you will receive email communications from HarperCollins Christian Publishing (501 Nelson Place, Nashville, TN 37214 USA) providing information about products and services of HCCP and its affiliates. You may unsubscribe from these email communications at any time. If you have any questions, please review our Privacy Policy or email us at yourprivacy@harpercollins.com.
  • Introducing Online Courses from Zondervan Academic
    The textbooks and scholarship you’ve trusted since 1931—now available as online courses for classroom adoption or independent study.
    Learn About Online Courses