Greek Linguistics at SBL 2017

If you missed out on the Cambridge Greek Prepositions Workshop in Cambridge back at the end of July, we will be doing a smaller version of it as a workshop on Friday at SBL as part of the Cognitive Linguistics & Biblical Interpretation Section: Cognitive Linguistics in Biblical Interpretation 11/17/2017 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM Room: 203 (Second... Continue Reading →

October Book Notes 2017

There have been a few events of note in the world of book on Greek linguistics this month. Review of Brill's GE: Not the least of these is a prepublication version of John A. L. Lee's review of Brill's Dictionary of Ancient Greek (GE). The Brill Dictionary of Ancient Greek (Amazon) I would love to... Continue Reading →

Book notes: Paul’s Triumph

Paul's Triumph: Reassessing 2 Corinthians 2:14 in Its Literary and Historical Context by Christoph Heilig. Don't let the title fool you. While it appears to be a relatively standard New Testament studies monograph (and there's nothing wrong with that), this book is also of great interest to Greek linguists as well, focusing primarily on the... Continue Reading →

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