What has been going on with me these days. Well, to start off, I’ve finished the writing of my thesis. Here’s me, my beard in all its glory, and a look at how long the thesis is (fyi I printed on both sides, so in reality, it is twice this length):
Also, this came in today.
I flipped straight to 1 Thess 1:6 to see if Weimar [edit: Weima] conceives of the καί clause as a part of the previous ὅτι clause in 1 Thess 1:5. While he sees it as definitely connected, he also notes that it is a move closer towards an independent clause (97).
Also, this is in the mail:
I’ll be reading it for a review with Religious Studies Review.
Oh, and finally, I knocked out my editing responsibilities for three essays this morning (as well as the editing of the first chapter of my thesis). Things are moving along. Pray for me as I try to complete all these tasks.
[[Edit: I almost forgot to include that I have two more book reviews planned for the blog. One is a final thoughts post on Decker’s Grammar. The other in on this volume:
Good gravy. Look at you movin’ and shakin’.
I’m jealous. You got your copy of Weima before I did. Not fair.
(P.S. Weimar was the name of the German republic between the world wars.)
If it is any consilation, I don’t think I’ll have the time to do anything with it for a couple weeks :(.
Nice catch on “Weimar.” The woes of posting a blog from your phone…auto correct strikes again!