Bible Translation

On γαρ’d

Douglas Campbell’s Deliverance of God has generated lots of discussion, especially on Romans 1:18-32. The γαρ in 1:18 has been a problem for

Jeremiah

Scriptural Testimony to Preservation and the Need to have a Critical Text

Textual Criticism is a necessary enterprise for the Church. Since the very beginning, men (women are off the hook here

Deuteronomy

Deuteronomy 33.26-29, (LXX) Some thoughts

“There is no one like the God of the Beloved, Who rides the heavens and is your help, And the

Bible Translation

International Septuagint Day – Reasons to Study the Septuagint

A few years ago, I discovered the bible of the early Church – the Septuagint. Since then, I have gobbled

Books

Book Review – Orthodox Study Bible

Not being Orthodox myself (although maybe orthodox), I became interested in this translation for two reasons: It was a ‘new’

Deuteronomy

Shema in Greek, found in Austria, dating to 3ad

<a>http://public.univie.ac.at/index.php?id=6088&no_cache=1&L=2</a> Here is an interesting article. Archaeological sensation in Austria. Scientists from the University of Vienna unearth the earliest evidence