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December 8, 2011

Sacred Scripture: Exegeses

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Exegesis is the critical examination of a text. It is not limited to grammar and syntax, but can extend into the historical and cultural context of the work, as well as other literary analyses. Hermeneutics (to translate or interpret) is often used interchangeably. Most of the essays found on this page are also (or eventually will be) linked within my Sacred Scripture Summaries & Commentary pages. These are my writings, and like the Theology page, this page was created as a convenient index. While these essays are rather informal compared to most exegeses available on the Internet, they do seem to fit under the same umbrella.

Update 10/21/2014: I started this page three years ago and didn’t do anything with it. I am resurrecting it now, but it is still in its infancy. Please check back later or follow me on Twitter for updates.

Old Testament New Testament
Genesis 3:15
John 3:16

Pauline Epistles
Ephesians 2:8-10

December 31, 2009

Latin Resources

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Even a small knowledge of the Latin language can prove to be very useful when studying other languages or when evaluating literature. It’s invaluable when studying Church documents, liturgical or historical. And it can be a lot of fun around the office if one or two others like to dabble in it as well. This page contains various resources, references and online tools, that I use to assist in translating and learning Latin.

Online Tools


My Latin Notes

Latin Texts

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