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A missing term in metrics

My article, “Systematicity, a Missing Term in Historical Metrics,” has been accepted for publication in Language and Literature. This article introduces a new technical term in historical metrics in order to address and connect two of the most persistent problems encountered by modern metrical specialists. 252 more words

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New alliterative poetry

At the International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo, MI, this past week, I presented a paper in a panel entitled “Middle English Political Poetry.” Thanks to… 2,568 more words

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Melvin K.H. Peters: Translating the Old Greek Bible (The Septuagint): An Inconvenient Witness to Biblical History

Professor Melvin K.H. Peters (Duke University) delivered the lecture, “Translating the Old Greek Bible (The Septuagint): An Inconvenient Witness to Biblical History” at the BYU Kennedy Center on April 2, 2009. 36 more words

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The most misinterpreted passage in scripture.

So the title is a bit … tongue-in-cheek, but not completely. This passage has been misunderstood for centuries. And it continues to this day.

This passage haunts many believers; it has haunted me. 1,265 more words

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Review: Perspectives on the Ending of Mark

Perspectives on the Ending of Mark: Four Views edited by David Alan Black is a tour de force into one of the most significant textual variants in the New Testament. 655 more words

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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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