"On this site you’ll find a combination of blog posts and permanent resources related to Language acquisition (Greek, Latin, other classical and modern languages), as well as Classics, Patristics, and Theology."
"Koine-Greek.com is a space online for discussions of linguistics and especially Ancient Greek grammar. Most of the time, we are interested in the Koine period of the language from roughly 200 BCE to 300 CE. Our goal is to make technical linguistics research accessible and available for students and scholars of Ancient Greek."
The Evangelical Textual Criticism blog was founded by P. J. Williams in October 2005 to provide a place for those who wish to discuss textual criticism of the Old or New Testament from an evangelical perspective. Since then, it has included many contributors over the years and many more faithful readers and regular commentators. The blog is currently edited by Peter M. Head and Tommy Wasserman. For those interested in knowing what is meant by the term “evangelical textual criticism,” we have discussed that on many occasions.
a site dedicated to providing online study resources for ancient languages. We're happy to announce the second version of our site, which looks cleaner, runs more efficiently, and gets you to the resources faster.