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February 21 2017, 6AM

Ich bin noch einmal kurz auf dem Crosstrainer Sätze wie diese hallen immer häufiger allabendlich durch deutsche Haushalte. Immer mehr Couchpotatoes mutieren zu regelrechten Sportskanonen und freuen sich darauf, sich nach einem anstrengenden Arbeitstag a... [Uncategorized] [Crosstrainer]

February 20, 1AM

Darf es ein bisschen mehr sein? Vielen Bewegungsfreudigen ist der simple Crosstrainer nicht mehr genug. Wollen auch Sie Ihr Training durch vorteilhaftes Zubehör ergänzen um die Intensität oder den Funfaktor zu steigern? Kein Problem. Der Markt bietet I... [Uncategorized]

February 19, 11AM

Der Fitnesswahn greift weiter um sich. Nahezu niemand bleibt vor diesem Hype verschont. In immer mehr deutschen Haushalten wird regelmäßig geschwitzt und sich nach Feierabend auf einem Heimtrainer ausgepowert. Eine Analyse des Kaufverhaltens zeigt deutl... [Uncategorized]

6AM

Fit for fun. Sportliche Betätigung in der Natur wie beispielsweise Radfahren oder Joggen reicht vielen Bewegungsenthusiasten nicht mehr aus. Kälte und schlechte Witterungsverhältnisse treiben immer mehr Sportbegeisterte in Fitness-Centren und auf die d... [Uncategorized]
Ein Crosstrainer kann binnen kürzester Zeit zu Ihrem besten Freund und Trainingspartner werden. Die positiven Auswirkungen dieses Fitnessgerätes auf Körper und Geist sind beeindruckend. Bereits nach mehreren Übungseinheiten werden Sie sich und Ihr Spi... [Uncategorized] [Crosstrainer]

February 14, 2AM

Wer sich heutzutage sportlich betätigen möchte, dem stehen zahlreiche Mittel und Wege zur Verfügung. Neben der stetig ansteigenden Anzahl an Sportarten haben Sie als Bewegungs-Fanatiker auch im Hinblick auf Sport- und Fitnessgeräte die Qual der Wahl. ... [Uncategorized]

February 13, 2PM

Crosstrainer sind kein Modeerscheinung des aktuellen Fitnessbooms. Seit nunmehr 2 Jahrzehnten versetzen sie Fitnessfreudige in Bewegung, bauen Muskeln auf und helfen uns effektiv beim Abnehmprozess. Ein Ende der Erfolgsgeschichte ist nicht abzusehen. Im G... [Uncategorized]
Im Fitnessstudio sieht es bei Ihrem Nebenmann oder Ihrer Nebenfrau doch so simpel aus. Den gewünschten Crosstrainer ansteuern, aufsteigen und lostrainieren. So einfach wie man das als Fitness-Novize zuerst glaubt ist es leider nicht. Obgleich die Anwendu... [Uncategorized]

5AM

Bei einem Crosstrainer, welcher auch als „Ellipsentrainer“ betitelt werden kann, handelt es sich um ein populäres Sport- und Fitnessgerät. Der Liebling aller Fitness-Junkies ist vielseitig einsetzbar und eignet sich optimal zur Stärkung von Ausdaue... [Uncategorized]

December 29 2014, 7AM

With thanks once again to Adriana Wright (@adriannawright) and IVP (@IVPAcademic) for the review copy. Please see my previous post for some background on the book itself.> Title: The Acts of the Apostles: A Newly Discovered Commentary Author: J.B. Lig... [Books] [Greek] [New Testament] [Textual Criticism]

November 6, 7AM

A few years back, Ben Witherington III (BW3) was nosing around the archives of J.B. Lightfoot and came across a manuscript with an unpublished, virtually complete commentary (Lightfoot-style) of Acts. This is big. BW3 and Todd D. Still edited the manuscri... [Apostolic Fathers] [Books] [Greek] [Language] [New Testament] [Textual Criticism]

October 27, 9AM

My employer Faithlife announced Logos 6 this morning. You can learn more about features on the forums "What's New" page or on the Logos 6 features page. I was able to contribute all over the place in L6, in both major an minor ways. This post will list ... [Language] [programming]

August 20, 7PM

Jim West's Person in the Pew Commentary Series is available on pre-pub from Logos Bible Software. Jim has been steadily working on his Person in the Pew Commentary series for awhile. And I have huge respect for him for doing it. Jim's task is a bit than... [Books] [New Testament] [old testament]

May 15, 6AM

Previous posts: Part I; Part II Part I, the most substantive post of this series, is on Jefford’s introduction. Part II is on the Greek text, the apparatus, and the translation. This post is on the commentary proper, which takes up the last 60 pages o... [Apostolic Fathers] [Christianity]

May 14, 6AM

There are scads of commentaries on and opinions about the book of Revelation. While I’m not an expert, I’m not sure how many books there are like this recent tome from Joel Watts. The best word I can use to describe it is “refreshing.” Author:... [Books] [Christianity] [New Testament]

April 13, 10PM

Previous post: Epistle to Diognetus (Part I) The previous post was on the introduction, which takes over 120 pages of the book. This post is on the edition Jefford supplies of the Greek text, the apparatus, and the translation. Suffice it to say, Jeff...

March 16, 2PM

As I mentioned previously, providence supplied me with a copy of this book from Oxford University Press, so I have been reading it. I’m through the introductory material, the edition (with extensive editional apparatus) and translation, and the notes. I... [Apostolic Fathers] [Books] [Christianity] [Greek]

February 21, 9PM

Someone is watching out for me. Indirectly, someone who had received a review copy of this book from Oxford contacted me and asked if I would instead review the book on my blog. I am only too happy to do so. You know who you are, and I am grateful for you... [Apostolic Fathers] [Books]

February 19, 9PM

[Note: I tweeted summaries of all the pseudepigrapha in this book (using the #MoreOTP hashtag) while reading it. To see them all, check the posts here and here. When I received the book from Eerdmans (thanks again for the review copy), I mentioned it here... [Books]

January 30, 10AM

Things are hopping at Logos Bible Software. The other day I announced on the Twitter and on Facebook that I’m looking for a few interns this summer to help with analysis of Greek texts: Love the Greek? Need a summer gig? Lots of Greek stuff to do @... [Greek] [Language] [old testament]

9AM

At the end of December, I posted a summary of Bauckham/Davila/Panayotov’s Old Testament Pseudepigrapha: More Noncanonical Scriptures (amazon.com). Using the Twitter (@RickBrannan) I posted a short summary of each pseudepigraphon after I read the intro a... [Books]

December 30, 3PM

I’ve been slowly working my way through Bauckham/Davila/Panayotov’s Old Testament Pseudepigrapha: More Noncanonical Scriptures (amazon.com). I mentioned this at the beginning of the month. As I’ve been reading, I’ve been tweeting (from @RickBran... [Books]

December 3, 2PM

With profuse thanks to the folks at Eerdmans for sending along a review copy. I’ve been anxiously awaiting this volume since I heard Jim Davila mention that it was in the works years ago on his blog, Paleojudaica. Styled as a continuation/expansion o... [Books]

September 2, 10PM

Thanks to the kind folks at De Gruyter for a review copy of this book. Authors: John S. Kloppenborg, Richard S. Ascough Title: Greco-Roman Associations: Texts, Translations and Commentary. I. Attica, Central Greece, Macedonia, Thrace Publisher: De G... [Greek] [New Testament]

August 4, 2PM

Last week I mentioned writing a further post (or posts) about Francis Watson’s Gospel Writing (amazon.com). I will not be interacting with the whole of the book, but I will be working with material from Chapter 6, “Interpreting a Johannine Source (Jn,... [Books] [New Testament]

July 30, 8PM

Back in June I notified y’all that the good folks at Eerdmans had sent along a copy of Francis Watson’s Gospel Writing: A Canonical Perspective (amazon.com) for review. I’m pleased as punch they did, and have finished reading it. Profuse thanks, Eer... [Books] [New Testament]

June 27, 5AM

With profuse thanks to De Gruyter (Twitter: @degruyter_TRS) for supplying a review copy. Title: Greco-Roman Associations: Texts, Translations, and Commentary. I. Attica, Central Greece, Macedonia, Thrace Authors: John S. Kloppenborg and Richard S. A... [Books] [Greek]

June 17, 7AM

I have periodically been sharing some study I’ve been doing working through quotations in 2 Clement. My larger goal is in understanding the reasons the author appeals to authoritative sources; to achieve this end I have been working through the introduc... [Apostolic Fathers] [Greek]

June 13, 9PM

Thanks to the great folks at Eerdmans, I have received a review copy of Francis Watson’s latest book, Gospel Writing: A Canonical Perspective (amazon.com). Thanks to a colleague (who happens to receive the review books for Bible Study Magazine) I was ... [Books] [New Testament]

June 9, 2PM

I have (off and on) been working through the text of Second Clement, particularly with an eye toward how the author uses quotations in his argumentation. Late last week I was on 2 Clement 10, which has no direct quotations, and some stuff just jumped out ... [Apostolic Fathers]

April 3, 6AM

I posted some excerpts of work (sans footnotes) I’ve been doing in 2 Clem; the last had do to with quotations in 2 Clem 3–4. Here is more, picking up where the other left off, with working through quotations in 2 Clem 5–8. Unlike most treatments, ... [Apostolic Fathers] [Greek]

March 26, 10PM

I’ve been doing a lot of reading in 2 Clement, and have begun to work through the explicit quotations in 2 Clem (that is, those introduced with quotation formula, plus the obvious quotation in §2.1). This is in preparation for the paper I submitted f... [Apostolic Fathers] [Greek]

February 23, 3PM

  In early March 2013, a project I’ve been working on for awhile will see the light of day. It is a two-volume effort, providing Greek and English texts of Apocryphal Gospels as well as other Fragments and Agrapha. Brannan, Rick. (ed.). Greek... [Books] [Christianity] [Greek]

February 11, 10PM

With many thanks to Baker Academic (Twitter: @BakerAcademic) for providing the review copy. Title: Reading the Apostolic Fathers: A Student’s Introduction (Second Edition) Author: Clayton N. Jefford Publisher: Baker Academic Date: 2012 Pages: ... [Apostolic Fathers] [Books]

February 6, 9PM

As I’ve poked my way through the 2nd edition of Clayton Jefford’s Reading the Apostolic Fathers: A Student’s Introduction (amazon.com), I’ve compared some things to the 1st edition. As I said in an earlier post, the major difference in the 2nd e...

February 5, 9PM

Thanks to the fine folks at Baker Academic (Twitter: @BakerAcademic), who sent along a review copy of Clayton N. Jefford’s Reading the Apostolic Fathers: A Student’s Introduction (Second Edition). You can learn a little more about the book at Baker Ac...

December 27 2012, 6PM

In an earlier post on the NA28, I mentioned that I wanted to do a post on orthographic variation in NA28. I might be weird, but when reading the front matter (p. 51*), I noticed the following change to the text in 1 Peter: 1Pe 2.25, αλλʼ (ECM/NA2... [Greek] [New Testament] [Textual Criticism]