Reflections on the Recent Annual ETS and SBL Meetings 2017

Last week was an eventful one for two of the bloggers here at Domain Thirty-Three, as we attended the Evangelical Theological Society and the Society of Biblical Literature annual meetings. What made it more eventful was that they were held in two different cities, the first in Providence, Rhode Island and the other in Boston, […]

The Annual ETS and SBL meetings in Providence and Boston

This week, two of us here at Domain Thirty-Three, Stan and Dave, will be heading to Providence, RI for the annual Evangelical Theological Society meeting, and then to Boston, MA for the annual Society of Biblical Literature meeting. We are always excited for this time of the year, where we get to reconnect with colleagues […]

The Latest Issue of JGRChJ: Articles on Greek Language and Papyrology

I recently received my copy of the latest volume of the Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism, which contains articles from all three of the co-bloggers here, among several other intriguing ones. Due to the recent closing of Sheffield Phoenix Press, which has published the journal since its inception, this volume is the first with […]

New Articles in BAGL (Biblical and Ancient Greek Linguistics)

Three new articles from the current issue of BAGL has been posted on its website, http://www.bagl.org/volume6. For those who aren’t aware, BAGL is a biblical studies journal, run by “the Centre for Biblical Linguistics, Translation, and Exegesis at McMaster Divinity College and the OpenText.org project (www.opentext.org)” and specializes in “the latest advances in linguistic study […]

Book Highlight: Revisiting Aspect and Aktionsart by Francis G.H. Pang (Brill, 2016)

The study of the relationship between aspect and Aktionsart has for a long time been studied by linguists and grammarians. In general, the relationship between aspect and Aktionsart is understood as, either, they both belong to a similar grammatical/linguistic system or category, with Aktionsart, which is commonly understood as the “lexical aspect” or the “kind […]

Guest Post: “Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism” and Submitting Articles

As many readers of this blog will know, one of the publishing endeavors of McMaster Divinity College is the Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism. JGRChJ is a relatively young journal, having just completed its twelfth issue, but it is already widely known as a venue for high quality New Testament scholarship. One indication of […]