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- May 6th, 2011, 9:39 am
- Forum: Policies
- Topic: Policy: Unicode and Transliteration
- Replies: 3
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Please write Greek in Unicode if you can. It's easier to read, and will show up properly in Internet search engines. You can copy text from the New Testament from many sites online. But this is not a requirement. If it's hard for you to use Unicode, use whatever transliteration you want, as long as ...
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Those who participate in the conference represent a wide range of theological and denominational perspectives, perhaps even including some whose interests are purely academic. Deep religious convictions surely characterize many, perhaps most, of the list-participants, and some of these convictions b...