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My New Blog-Ancient Language Aids, Bible Studies, κτλ

Posted: April 26th, 2018, 6:53 pm
by Devenios Doulenios
χαιρετε, ετεροι!

Αfter being away from blogging for several years, I've started a new Biblical studies blog, Let Ancient Voices Speak, which will feature Bible studies on various topics from a Christian perspective, sermons, poetry, ancient language aids, and my own Bible version. You can find it at http://letancientvoicesspeak.wordpress.com.

The first Greek and Latin posts (one each) are published already. Here are the titles and links:

Greek: “A Question of Greek Adjective Agreement: Romans 1:29 and Context”, https://wp.me/p9aTup-3s

Latin: "Noel, Noël, Natalis!", https://wp.me/p9aTup-4n

For Hebrew, I am currently researching an article on the Hebrew background of the name Jesus, particularly as it relates to Matthew 1:21, and the uses of the root ישע, "save"/"salvation" in the Tanakh. I hope to have it ready in a few weeks, and it will be the first Hebrew post under the Ancient Language Aids category.

Also note that the regular Bible study articles will also discuss Greek vocabulary and grammar when relevant, as will the notes to my Bible version.

I hope you will stop by and give feedback.

Δεβένιος Δουλένιος

Re: My New Blog-Ancient Language Aids, Bible Studies, κτλ

Posted: April 27th, 2018, 5:19 pm
by Devenios Doulenios
Οf course I should have written εταιροι, not ετεροι. As it happens, I pronounce both ε, αι as ε.

Re: My New Blog-Ancient Language Aids, Bible Studies, κτλ

Posted: February 17th, 2019, 9:17 am
by João Luís
I took a look Dewayne, and it's really helpful the resourses that you put in your blog.