Musing on the NT, its Greek, and related topics
- “Ankifying” a Greek grammar: the basic approach for using Anki to learn Greek from a grammar (and to keep learning from what you are reading)Learn a simple approach for learning Greek by using Anki to work through a grammar.
- Literary Style and Translation TheoryTranslation theory debates surrounding the Bible regularly range over territory such as “word for word” or “meaning for meaning.” One issue regularly overlooked is that of literary style. Should literary style have a role in translation theory?
- A map of the Roman World…in Greek!I recently came across a super cool map posted on another blog. It is a map of the Roman Empire during the reign of Trajan (AD 117) when it was at its largest extent. That itself is nothing too noteworthy. […]
Areas of Interest
Thinking at the intersection of traditional Greek studies, linguistic approaches, and the concerns of teachers and learners of Koine Greek.
Considering non-canonical Greek texts as proper subjects for analysis of Koine Greek, as well as documents of importance for understanding the New Testament and the life of the church.
Thinking about how language study interfaces with the message and theology of the New Testament, and the Bible in general.