Thursday, December 01, 2011


Now's your chance to stop wondering about what takes place on a Bible translation committee. Here is a rare opportunity to sit in and listen to a debate on translating the word "slave" or "bondservant" in light of author's intent and audience perception.

Why do we say “The United States is” rather than “The United States are”?

While we're on the subject, do you like our new logo?

If given a choice, would you choose a personal trainer who has struggled with their weight in the past over one who never has?

Are you an "educated man?" Here are three characteristics to consider.

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