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Greek Morphology of the Afternoon

Yesterday I mentioned that the ω and ουσιν endings of the first singular and third plural respectively were not as straight forward as we might like to believe. Instead of overloading the few that made it through the post, I … Continue reading

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Greek Morphology Lesson of the Evening

If you’ve learned Greek, you know that the present active indicative paradigm for λυω is: λυω      λυομεν λυεις    λυετε λυει      λυουσιν You also learned that the ε and the ο are not a part of … Continue reading

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Greek Morphology Lesson of the Evening

Have you ever wondered whence comes the nominative singular for ear, οὖς, when the genitive is ὠτός? Well, with third declension nouns, it is best to find the stem of the word by going to the genitive singular and removing the ος … Continue reading

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Free Book of the Month: Logos

Logos has a great free book of the month. Bervard Childs’ Isaiah commentary in the Old Testament Library is completely free…and you can add Leslie Allen’s Jeremiah commentary in the same series for only .99. Just go to Logos, click on the … Continue reading

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Public Shaming of Christ

Earlier this afternoon I was reading along in the book of Hebrews and came across Hebrews 6:4–6: For it is impossible, in the case of those who have once been enlightened, who have tasted the heavenly gift, and have shared … Continue reading

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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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