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Finally, a real blog

This site has been through a number of metamorphoses. It began as a place where I posted Greek and Hebrew vocabulary-learning tools. After a while I added a few articles and essays and random thoughts. In the last few years, I’ve been using the site to inform people about my studies and how to support my family prayerfully and financially. But finally, I’ve bitten the bullet and decided that I’m actually going to use the site to write regular blog posts on topics relating to biblical scholarship. It’s a good discipline for me and may even be helpful for others.

I’m not quite sure what “regular” means yet, but I suspect it’ll be once every week or so.

(I’ll also keep writing posts for more general consumption at the Sola Panel, and will post them up at this site too)

Anyway, if you do happen to be following my hitherto haphazard posts, I thought I’d let you know that I plan to make them a bit more regular and “bloggy” from now on.

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  1. hurrah! We wait with baited breath.

    Putting my own site through a redesign atm. When I’m done will proudly link up here, now with even more confidence πŸ˜‰

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