Author Archives: jacobcerone

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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Greek Psalms in a Year: Reading Group

It’s the New Year, which means a host of reading plans and reading groups are being formed. For those interested, there’s a Greek Psalms in a Year reading group. The group is based upon last year’s Greek Isaiah in a … Continue reading

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Leavenworth: More Pics

For those who might be interested, here are some more shots from our celebration in Leavenworth: (The above shot is of a life size nutcracker in the nutcracker museum [yes, an entire museum dedicated to nutcrackers])

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Book Review: Galatians and Christian Theology

Mark W. Elliott, Scott J. Hafemann, N.T. Wright, and John Frederick, eds. Galatians and Christian Theology. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2014, 400 pp.; Kindle edition $22.99. Amazon Kindle Version Here. Galatians and Christian Theology is the published volume of the plenary … Continue reading

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A “Bavarian” Celebration

I’m a bit late in posting this update, but I thought it was about time I let everyone know that I have finished and submitted my thesis. It made its way through my first reader, and is now awaiting the … Continue reading

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QOTD: Barclay

The rubric that governs the ethos of this [the Christian/Galatian] community is a formula of reciprocity as creative as it is paradoxical. The Galatian freedom will not become an opportunity for “the flesh” inasmuch as they are “slaves to one … Continue reading

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