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Η αθάνατη Ελληνίδα Μάνα

In this wonderfully quirky article, Greek Content Editor Marialena Kanaki regales us with all the classic stories of a classic Greek mother. Of all those ridiculous theories and superstitions that we all have to deal with and silently accept like the good Greek children that we are. 87 more words


Reasons I'm Thankful For My Sorority This Thanksgiving

You’ve always been thankful for things like your family, your freedom, and a roof over your head, and we don’t want to belittle that, but your family away from home–your sorority–is a pretty great thing to be thankful for too! 433 more words


More Blends

Beef or Chicken Spice Blend

3/4 tsp. Morjoram

1/2 tsp. thyme

1/2 tsp. oregano

1/2 tsp. sage

1/2 tsp. rosemary

Combine all ingredients  and store in an airtight container. 253 more words


Have We Been Here? Stepho's on Robson

“Is this Greek place new?”

“…ahhmmm…I think it’s always been here.”

“Then what’s with the ‘Now Open’ sign?”

“To attract new customers?”

“Really? Look at the lineup.” 490 more words


Aristotle on Number Theory

For class on Aristotle’s Categories I was asked to research his theory of numbers. Though preliminary, here are my findings. It’s a fascinating topic.

Part of the difficulty of determining whether Aristotle is talking about abstract numbers or things-as-quantified in the Categories is the phrase τα πεντε. 1,829 more words


Our english does not give the distinction as both words are translated promiscuously, “child” and “son”. A Greek testament, or the English man’s Greek Concordance Will Show The Distinction, and at the end of this paper a list of the transposed rendering is given. 242 more words


There are two primary Greek words that describe scripture which are translated word in the New testament. The first, LOGOS REFERS PRINCIPALLY TO THE TOTAL INSPIRED word of God and to Jesus who is the living logos Biblical Example Of Logos: The following passages of scripture give examples of the Logos of God: “In the beginning was the word (logos) and the word (logos) was with God, and the word (logos) was God”. 594 more words