Monthly Archives: July 2009

Septuagint Psalm 151

This post is my first in a series on Psalm 151 in the Biblical Tradition.  Now,  some of my readers may be wondering what is this Psalm 151 that I am talking about? The biblical book of Psalms only contains … Continue reading

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Five Books/Scholars that Shaped My Reading of the Bible

I have been tagged in the popular  “Five Books” meme and since I want to return to blogging more regularly, I figured I would add my five to the growing list of biblical studies blogs that have responded to the … Continue reading

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New Codex Site Live

I have made my new and improved Codex: Resources for Biblical, Theological, and Religious Studies site live. This is a total rewrite of the site using a content management program (Joomla! 1.5). I will be changing the theme of this … Continue reading

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Nominate Some Posts for Biblical Studies Carnival XLIV

This is just a friendly reminder to submit some of your favourite posts of the month of July to the next Biblical Studies Carnival that will be hosted by blogger extrordanaire Jim West over at his blog, Dr. Jim West … Continue reading

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A Brief Note on Fonts for Biblical Studies

I just wrote a page for my new website on Hebrew and Greek fonts for students and scholars.  Until my new website goes live, the link to the article is; once my new site is live (which I hope … Continue reading

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Williamson on the Oxford Hebrew Bible

The latest volume of Biblica has an excellent article by H.G.M. Williamson evaluating the proposed Oxford Hebrew Bible project. In the article, “Do We Need A New Bible? Reflections on the Proposed Oxford Hebrew Bible” (Biblica 90/2 [2009] 153-175), Williamson … Continue reading

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