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The Sin of "Authentein"

Many are aware that 1 Timothy 2:12 is a verse often used to prevent women from “exercising authority” in the church. Some are also aware that the English expression “to exercise authority” originated as a 16th Century A.D. 1,146 more words

International Septuaginta Summer School - July 2015


For the fifth year running the Universität Göttingen will host the International Septuaginta Summer School, from July 6-10. This is an exciting and unique program run at one of the foremost institutions of higher educations in the discipline. 459 more words


The Day of the Lord

Luke 4 documents when Jesus went to the synagogue on the Sabbath and read from the scroll of Isaiah.  Though Jesus’ version is very similar to what we have in Isaiah, there are some differences.  336 more words


Shemot 5775

How many people went down to Egypt — 70 or 75?


This week’s handout (with Dead Sea Scrolls photo):  13 Shemot 5775

Just a few days after this podcast was posted, my teacher… 24 more words

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New Resource for Septuagint Vocabulary

Just a brief post here to mention the publication of an excellent new resource for the Septuagint studies community. Just last month Eisenbrauns published No Stone Unturned: Greek Inscriptions and Septuagint Vocabulary… 407 more words


WE14 | A Year In Review

Almost a full year has gone by since the creation of ResolutionWE (Resolution Women Encourage) - a movement my close friend Karee and I came up with to allow ourselves to focus on different goals throughout the year, and hold ourselves accountable while we do them. 543 more words

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A "Bavarian" Celebration

I’m a bit late in posting this update, but I thought it was about time I let everyone know that I have finished and submitted my thesis. 158 more words