Resources & Reviews

MP3’s, PDF’s, Articles, and Upcoming Reviews for your listening/viewing pleasure.

Helpful Links

  • Best Commentaries ranks all biblical commentaries, systematic works, works of theologies, etc., and looks forward to upcoming commentaries.
  • Biblearc helps you see the flow of thought in a biblical passage. Very helpful for teachers (whether pastors, professors, or Bible study leaders) to organize their thoughts and to not get lost in their notes.
  • Biblegateway, an easily accessible online Bible. 
  • Biblical Training contains a host of free downloadable classes (many complete with handouts/PDFs) taught by top scholars (e.g., Greg Beale, Tom Schreiner, Bruce Ware, Darrell Bock, Craig Blomberg, Doug Moo, etc). 


  • Beyond Reading the Bible is dedicated to teaching its listeners on how to read the Bible. They discuss Biblical concepts, theological themes, literary features and techniques, and they give provide examples from all across the Bible. 
  • Help Me Teach the Bible, Nancy Guthrie talks to some of the best Bible teachers and preachers to equip anyone to open up the Bible and teach it rightly, effectively, and creatively by grasping a book’s themes to guide us while weeding out common misunderstandings and misapplications.
  • Mere Fidelity is made up of three guys working out what their faith looks like in public. Whether it’s the arts, movies, literature, politics, sexuality, or “any other crevice of the human experience,” they believe that the Gospel has something to say about it, and that “something” really can be good news.
  • Naked Bible Podcast, Michael Heiser does his best to teach his listeners about biblical concepts from the OT Israelites’s perspective. 
  • Reformed Theological Seminary, Free class lectures from RTS. 
  • The Bible Project, A colorful summary of each book of the Bible and it’s main themes in short, hand-drawn videos.
  • Unbelievable engages in fundamental questions on Christianity with the intention to openly discuss different opinions between Christians and non-believers.
  • Westminster Theological Seminary, Free class lectures from WTS. 



Biblical Languages

Biblical Theology



  • Exodus (AOTC) – T. D. Alexander
  • Exodus (NAC) – Douglas Stuart









  • Jonah (HMS) – Kevin Youngblood




  • Luke (PNTC) – James Edwards


  • John (BECNT) – Andreas Köstenberger
  • John (CFP) – William Cook
  • John: Verse by Verse (NTC) – Grant Osborne
  • John (NTL) – Marianne Thompson
  • John (ZECNT) – Edward Klink III


  • Acts (PNTC) – David Peterson


  • Romans (BECNT) – Tom Schreiner
  • Romans (BTCP) – David Peterson
  • Romans (EGGNT) – John Harvey

First Corinthians

Second Corinthians




1 & 2 Thessalonians

The Pastoral Letters



  • James (EEC) – William Varner
  • James (FotB) – Christopher Morgan

2 Peter, Jude

1,2,3 John

Course Lectures




A Hermeneutic of Wisdom – J. de Waal Dryden
Ancient Near Eastern Thought and the Old Testament – John Walton
The Elder Testament – Christopher Seitz


1 Corinthians – Tom Schreiner
1-3 John – Marianne Meye Thompson
A New Testament Theology – Craig Blomberg
An Introduction to the New Testament, 2nd ed. – David deSilva
Biblical Eschatology, 2nd ed. – Jonathan Menn

Conformed to the Image of His Son – Haley Jacob
Discovering the New Testament – Mark Keown

Suffering – Paul David Tripp
The Dynamic Heart in Daily Life – Jeremy Pierre
The Kingdom of God and the Glory of the Cross – Patrick Schreiner
Romans (ZECNT) – Frank Thielman


1, 2, 3 John – Constantine Campbell
Called by Triune Grace – Hoglund
Christianity at the Crossroads – Michael Kruger
Delivered From the Elements of the World – Peter Leithart
Exile: A Conversation with NT Wright – James Scott
Old Testament Theology for Christians – John Walton

Theology and the Mirror of Scripture – Vanhoozer/Treier
Understanding Postmodernism – Kelly/Dew
What Does the Bible Say About Suffering? – Brian Gregg



3 thoughts on “Resources & Reviews”

  1. Hi James,

    Great blog. Thanks for your review of Representing Christ. Have you seen biblical If not, it looks like the kind of resource you would appreciate.


    Hank Voss


    1. Hi Hank,

      Yes, I have seen it and have used it a bit, but it hasn’t crossed my mind to even put it on here. Thanks for the reminder and for your book. I look forward to more from you in the future.


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