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Σκύβαλον in agricultural contexts

This piece picks up from Obscenity in Paul? The Question of σκύβαλον, examining how the word σκύβαλον is used in agricultural contexts. Philo, particular, is rich in such examples and makes for fruitful discussion. I'm using the digital edition of Philo, with the Loeb Greek text in Logos Bible Software. The translations are my own and not... Continue Reading →

Obscenity in Paul? The Question of σκύβαλον

Is there profanity in Paul? It's sort of an old question. There's a certain appeal to the idea for some perhaps and the fact that σκύβαλον can be glossed 'dung' or 'manure' likely encourages the possibility to extend its English rendering a little further.

The Passing of M.A.K. Halliday

M. A. K. Halliday passed away this past week, April 15th, 2018. There's an excellent obituary on the front page of the Australian Systemic Functional Linguistics Association Website, as well as at the University of Sidney: Obituary for Michael Halliday. In the New Testament world, Stanley E. Porter and David I. Yoon have written a... Continue Reading →

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