Tag Archives: Latin

A Great Way to Practice your Languages

You’ll definitely want to check out the new “mini-Hexapla,” edited by Fred Long, who teaches NT at Asbury Seminary, and Michael Halcomb (who is pursuing a PhD at Asbury and also blogs at Πιστευομεν). The title is:

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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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David Flusser and Spoken Koine Greek

Anyone who shares my interests in Qumran, early Judaism, and the New Testament should make sure to pick up Géza Vermès’ autobiography, Providential Accidents. Not only is it just a great human story about faith, scholarship, and the twists and … Continue reading

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