Category Archives: Links of Interest

Greek, Rock Stars, and Tombstones

For All Hallows’ Eve, I present to you Jim Morrison’s gravestone, in Paris: It appears that the tombstone with the Greek phrase was ordered by Jim’s father in 1990. In his retirement, his father studied ancient Greek in order to … Continue reading

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A Better English to Greek Word Search

One of the most difficult parts of trying to speak Koine Greek is finding the right ancient word. I’ve already detailed a lot of the problems with most of the currently available resources in this post on the need for … Continue reading

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Eusebius for Bible Works and Hebrew Pedagogy (Links of Interest)

A few links of interest: First, Eusebius’ Ecclesiastical History is available now as a free BibleWorks module. Check it out at Michael Hanel’s blog for instructions on how to download and install it. The module contains both the Greek and … Continue reading

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A Few Links of Interest

Here are some posts around the web you might want to check out: David Burnett has begun a promising series on monotheism in the Hebrew Bible and New Testament. He will be interviewing various leading scholars on the issue. The … Continue reading

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