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#Fiction Friday: #Novelines from the Book

Twas a time when the light of Christ within me burned bright, only to burn out like an aging star (both worldly and otherworldly).

Knowing what I know now, I could never go back to that summer, for the future taints the past. 283 more words

Writer’s Digest Wednesday Poetry Prompt #351, Theme: Make (blank)

Making a Life

Make lists so you can focus on the big things,
while not forgetting the little things.
Make realistic goals, and a few that are… 556 more words

#Micropoetry Monday: Our Beautiful South

The geometric sharpness
above the Mason-Dixon line,
softened like charcoal, dreamlike,
as I delved into the Deep South—
a peach going back to pit.

Her husband was a man… 96 more words

#Fiction Friday: #Novelines from the Book

There were 30,000 or so residents of Green Haven—none we knew intimately, yet they knew us, and saw the lie that would someday become a truth. 282 more words

#Micropoetry Monday

Like Solomon,
God split the baby,
giving them twins–
so that each could be
a real parent to one.

She’d found refuge in the convent— 76 more words

#Fiction Friday: #Novelines from the Book

Nineteen-ninety-nine was the summer of my Mormon soldier. The idea that God was all-powerful, but all-loving, was incongruous to me. Due to pre-existing conditions, I believed the former. 287 more words

Interview with Emanuel Tov on the Septuagint

William A. Ross interviews Professor Emanuel Tov (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem) about the Septuagint (published May 6, 2016).

0:00-3:18        Describe how you became interested in LXX studies and your training?

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Don Michael Hudson reblogged this on Don Michael Hudson and commented:

Great interview by a world-class scholar. On the Septuagint--the Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible.