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Education: When it’s no longer Greek: a self-education goal for 2011

Graecum est; non legitur One of the fundamental truths of understanding, I believe, is that one must know what was actually said and done, not just what someone else has to say about it. Over the past decade, I have delved deeply into my understanding of the collection of texts that comprise the Bible and […] Continue reading

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Education: When it’s no longer Greek: a self-education goal for 2011

Graecum est; non legitur One of the fundamental truths of understanding, I believe, is that one must know what was actually said and done, not just what someone else has to say about it. Over the past decade, I have delved deeply into my understanding of the collection of texts that comprise the Bible and […] Continue reading

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Education: When it’s no longer Greek: a self-education goal for 2011

Graecum est; non legitur One of the fundamental truths of understanding, I believe, is that one must know what was actually said and done, not just what someone else has to say about it. Over the past decade, I have delved deeply into my understanding of the collection of texts that comprise the Bible and […] Continue reading

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Education: When it’s no longer Greek: a self-education goal for 2011

Graecum est; non legitur One of the fundamental truths of understanding, I believe, is that one must know what was actually said and done, not just what someone else has to say about it. Over the past decade, I have delved deeply into my understanding of the collection of texts that comprise the Bible and […] Continue reading

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