Blogging isn’t quite dead yet. Here’s a roundup of which posts drew the most readers in 2021. There’s a happy mix of Septuagint, textual criticism, lexicons, and more. Thank you for your interest in what I’ve shared. I look forward to posting more in 2022! (Also check out my five least popular posts of 2021 here.)
Pretty much anything you can get your hands on.
This post points interested readers to where they can start and progress to.
This post from 2020 shows how BrillDAG can supplement what BDAG has to offer for NT word studies.
Another 2020 post still going strong that offers a short history of English Septuagint translations.
A helpful comparison for the general user who wants to know the difference.
This was a short devotional piece for Mother’s Day.
“Everyone is a discourse analyst.” This is a book review of an excellent book.
I use Logos and Accordance pretty much every day and love them both for different reasons.
I’m not the only one who likes lexicons. This series comparing lexicons was pretty popular.
God doesn’t want us prognosticating, but God does have something He wants us to do, no matter what time we’re living in.
This timely post was on a short parable in Mark 13 was my most popular post for all of 2021.
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