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QOTD: Mark Strauss on Mark 7:9

I’ve been reading through Mark Strauss’ Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on Mark and found this great discussion on Mark 7:9. 7:9 He continued, “You are very good at rejecting the commandment of God in order to observe your own tradition!” (καὶ ἔλεγεν αὐτοῖς· … Continue reading

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Jacob Cerone answers me these questions three on his recently defended thesis

Originally posted on Old School Script:
I’m frankly surprised Jacob had the energy and desire to say anything more on his recently defended thesis: “A Comparative Discourse Analysis of the Masoretic and Septuagint Versions of Jonah”. Once you get to…

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Old School Script and Linguistics

Now that I have a couple extra moments of free time, I wanted to bring everyone’s attention to one of my favorite biblioblogs: Old School Script. The authors of the blog are Kris Lyle (BA in Biblical Languages and Sociology … Continue reading

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Thesis Defense

Story in pictures (mostly). As you may have gathered, if you reached it to the end of these pictures, I have now successfully defended my thesis and made all necessary corrections. All that remains is meeting with the librarian, when … Continue reading

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Explanation for My Absence

I thought I’d stop by my blog and let everyone know that I’m still alive. I know I haven’t posted anything in some time, so here’s why: I’ve been finishing up on a number of projects including my contributions to … Continue reading

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Logos’ Perseus Web Lookup

Working with an New Testament or Old Testament apparatus can be a difficulty and frustrating experience for many. Even after you’ve mastered all the text critical notations (or scroll over them in your Bible Software for a quick definition) you’re … Continue reading

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Greek Psalms Observations: Psalm 9:1–10

Since this blog has experienced a bit of a lull as of late, I thought I would start posting some of my observations on the Greek text of the Psalms. These posts will be brief and largely will concentrate on … Continue reading

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