“OT Research and Application” is a blog that was originally designed for a class of that name to be offered the summer of 2008 at Kentucky Christian University. It will be used again for the same class the summer of 2010.
Currently (June 2010) the course assignments are being revised. The revision should be finished by June 28, 2010.
After the class was over, I decided to keep it as a handy place to post sources for biblical study. I have renamed the site “Biblical Research.” The following was part of the original description of the class:
Members of the class will be Authors of posts, and the blog will be useful mainly to them–but anyone in the world is welcome to look over our shoulders, and to post comments.
The class BIOT500 is taught by Dr. Mark Alterman, and is a Masters level graduate class.
TIPS ON NAVIGATING THIS SITE:
Click on the “Home” tab on the top, and it will take you to the blog section of this site. Both Dr. Alterman and the students will be writing posts here. Each new post will go to the top; you can scroll down to read old posts.
You can click either on the “Lessons” tab at the top, or see the outline of lessons on the left and click on an individual lesson. New Lessons will be appearing as the class progresses.
The “Blogroll” on the right lists a few other sites of interest. Students enrolled in the class should do some browsing of these sites.
“Categories” on the left helps to organize the posts. As this site grows, it will be helpful for locating older posts and finding all posts on a related topic. You can also use the “Search” box at the top right to find posts on specific topics. If you click on “Entries RSS” on the upper left, you can “subscribe” to have all new posts sent to your email.