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Daily Archives: October 29, 2015
I have had some insomnia recently, so I have been listening to things online while trying to sleep. I mainly listen to religious things: Unbelievable with Justin Brierley, sermons, etc. It just dawned on me when I was trying to … Continue reading
Sarahbeth Caplin Sometimes when I find myself fading out during small group discussion, I look around the room and observe the people around me. It hasn’t been a full year since I started attending this church, and I’m just now … Continue reading
Originally posted on Words on the Word:
Conybeare and Stock’s Selections from the Septuagint According to the Text of Swete is a classic–if somewhat dated–work in Septuagint studies. You may also know it as Grammar of Septuagint Greek. The grammar section…