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“Wait what?” moments in Greek grammar #2

That moment when you read in BDAG (and BAGD, too) that σκοτίζω’s middle form has the function of:

The passive of moral darkening.

That’s about as beautiful as some of…

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"Doggirl" by Robin Brande

Hello again readers!

As you can probably see, I am on a bit of a book binge. Especially with Robin Brande. Here’s the cover so you know what to look for.  215 more words


"Fat Cat" by Robin Brande

All right everyone, let’s take a look at “Fat Cat.” I’ll admit, the title and the cover did look a little suspiciously young for me. I’m 16 by the way.  189 more words


Brown, Driver, and—Briggs the Heretic

posted by Kris (with a “k”)

You know that cheap but handy lexicon you bought when you first started your Hebrew studies—yeah, Brown-Driver-Briggs, or BDB as we all affectionately refer to it. 254 more words


Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth... ~ Addendum Page

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Bible Study Resources 


CRITICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL COMMENTARY, (6 vols) Robert Jamieson, A.R. Faussett, David Brown, William B. Eerdmans Publishing company, Grand Rapids, MI 49502, USA. 10,901 more words

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Viscid - Friday Fun Word

My English class read a depressing but well written poem called “Hangman” by Philip Stephens. By the second line, I was struck by a brilliant adjective that created the perfect atmosphere. 174 more words