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Gender-Bending in John

I was reading the Bible on my cellphone the other day, and noticed that YouVersion had other languages beyond English! Well, since I’ve been spending my time in French, I thought I’d browse within the Nouvelle Edition de Genève (NEG79), … Continue reading

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Calling All French-Speaking Women

And men, too, if you can provide some clarity. I haven’t seen anything to give me clear distinction between the two adjectives beau (feminine belle) and joli (feminine jolie). So can anyone give me some clarity between these two? Which … Continue reading

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Psalm 1

I have been away from looking at Hebrew for a while, and didn’t really get as far as I’d like before. Part of that was not having a Hebrew Bible to work through and an instructional text that expected you … Continue reading

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WOTD, alliteration

The word of the day is… alliteration English, 1. repeated use of an initial sound over multiple words.  Check out wikipedia. Jan knew the definition to this word, being an English major. I did not, actually. I was mistaking “allude” … Continue reading

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WOTD, ontological

The word of the day is… ontological English, 1. related to being or existence, based upon being or existence

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