Monthly Archives: August 2007

How to Mis-use Hebrew in the Name of Selfish Christianity

One of the dangers of learning a bit of biblical Hebrew (or Greek) is thinking that after a basic introduction (i.e., less than four semesters), you understand the nuances of the language. Many preachers take a little bit of Hebrew … Continue reading

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My Favourite Proverb Visualized

I came across this drawing when looking for a picture of a cow for my daughter: This has got to be my favourite proverb — not just because it is vulgar (and reminds me that the Bible is a gritty, … Continue reading

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Biblical Studies Carnival XX is online at Dr. Claude Mariottini

Claude Mariottini has uploaded Biblical Studies Carnival XX over at his at his eponymous blog. Claude has done a great job highlighting academic biblical studies in the blogosphere for the month of July 2007. Great Job! The next Biblical Studies … Continue reading

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