ecclesiastical Greek and Latin
Source: The Schaff paradox
Connecting Biblical Scholarship to the Church
Early Christianity, Textual Criticism, Intertextuality, Discourse Grammar, Koine Greek
Welcome to the website of Dr. J. P. Dyck, New Testament Greek teacher.
Fearless Philosophizing, Embodied Resistance (by Erica Violet Lee)
Manuscript Forgeries and Counterfeiting Scripture in the Twenty-First Century
Greek Old Testament and Hebrew Bible
Enquiring into the Biblical Text and Canon
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A blog by Daniel R. Streett all about Early Judaism, Biblical Studies, Koine Greek, καὶ τὰ λοιπά
Studies in Greek Language & Linguistics...
Comments on the New Testament and Early Christianity (and related matters)
Fifteen Minutes A Day - Don't Break The Chain
scholarship in the presence of God
The Logos Academic Blog
from Robert Wermuth, author of "Wermuth's GREEKBOOK"
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Native Studies & Department of Political Science, University of Alberta
SBL Greek Language and Linguistics Section
Executive Director of CSNTM & Senior Research Professor of NT Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary
Patristic, Rabbinic, Biblical, and ancient literature
Removing the mystery from discourse grammar
Reflections on the Bible, the Church Fathers and Orthodox Theology
Greek and Latin texts of the Church Fathers, for the people.
Koine Greek, Orthodox Christian Demonology, Pop Theology & Other Stuff