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Daily Archives: November 7, 2018
Originally posted on Reading Acts:
Jesus warns against worry three times in this section of the Sermon, each time giving an illustration concerning why worry is wrong and a brief command based on that illustration. If the birds are well…
• Dems retake House. Not a blowout. They needed to flip 23 seats to regain control and got 27-seat pickup (although that number may rise). Still, that stalls any legislative agenda. 185 more words via Election recap — Triablogue
Originally posted on Εις Δοξαν:
I’ve spent more time with ancient Greek and Roman authors in the last couple of years than I had in my entire lifetime (dissertation research). I didn’t study Classics in college—looking back I wish I had—so my…
This is the one I intended to reblog, not the Josephus one. This is not a judgment on the Josephus one. I just haven’t read it yet. Since we have been talking about “fishing for men” and how it can … Continue reading
Described here– The nature of the Greek of the Septuagint has long been debated. Interference from the original Hebrew is present but scholars continue to disagree on its extent and significance. The Greek of the Pentateuch builds on John A. … Continue reading