SO MANY INTERESTING WORDS. If you are preaching, I highly recommend you listen and do your own research about the different words for “temple.” Very cool.
Also, do go read this, Dr. Lewis’ excellent sermon on this text (and where she gets a little meta about the switch from Mark to John, which I find helpful).
GUYS. I am exhausted from translating this! There are some GREAT words with some great messages here to explore, though. Enjoy!
Here is Greek for the Week for SUNDAY (not Wednesday!). It’s the millionth baptism of Jesus story, but this time we learn what happens AFTER.
Blessed forty days of eremos, y’all!
Guys, it’s been a long week already, so do excuse my insane pronunciation of the best word this week, which happens to mean “Throwing Shade.” For real.
A day late but hopefully in time to help you out!
Enjoy some good old fashioned demon possession, a fever, and a mother-in-law who is also a deacon.
Lots of words for “amazed,” and the very good word for “muzzled” makes an appearance again. An unclean spirit, too, which was well represented in terrifying medieval art.
Please do excuse my scratchy voice…wish it was a healing story, but it’s the brief, action-packed Call of the Disciples!
Well, we’re back in John.
And he uses some cool words and some weird grammar, and some interesting repetition. It occurred to me that the equivalent of “Come and See” is the button below.
We’ve tried to make the word for feeding trough all pretty, but it’s not even pretty in Greek. That’s the kind of world Jesus was born into.