A look at the problem tongues of Corinth being an internal linguistic struggle between Doric, Aeolic, and Attic Greeks. This is part 2 of an 7 part series on the mystery tongues of Corinth. Part 1, The Role of Hebrew in the Jewish Aramaic World, covered how Hebrew became the language of religion and worship … Read more
Soldiers: German POWs on Fighting, Killing, and Dying, by Sönke Neitzel and Harald Welzer is an eye-opening book about the amorality and monstrosities of German soldiers in the Second World War and how this mindset developed. Sönke Neitzel, a German historian and “currently Professor of Military History at the University of Potsdam” and Harold Welzer, … Read more
Book Review: The Jews in their Land in the Talmudic Age by Gadaliah Alon. A magnificent piece of scholarly work that touches on life in Israel from 70 to 640 A.D. His retelling of the story of Middle-East mankind during this period draws from classical Greek, Roman, Patristic, and Rabbinic sources that is simply astounding. … Read more
Portions of I Corinthians attributed to Cyril of Alexandria translated concerning the Church dogma of tongues
Final thoughts on the texts attributed to Cyril of Alexandria about the dogma of tongues.
History, background, translation and literary analysis of the Ambrosiaster text’s commentary on I Corinthians 12-14