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Peter Gurry
Asst Prof of New Testament , contributor , author , and sometime graphic designer at
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Peter Gurry 12m
Ha! We’re a long way from that. Just come get a second ThM!
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Peter Gurry 5h
Replying to @pjgurry
We’re especially pleased to have such a great advisory board, giving us critical feedback on the Institute’s direction.
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Peter Gurry 5h
Today, announced its Text & Canon Institute to to encourage research on the history of the canon and the text of the Bible. I’m excited to be co-directing this with ! Visit the page to sign up for updates.
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Peter Gurry 16h
Lots of papyri noted here by Brent Nongbri. “More of Scott Carroll’s Papyri?”
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Peter Gurry 19h
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Acts 8:37 (KJV): “And Philip said, If thou believest with all thine heart, thou mayest. And he answered and said, I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God.”
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Peter Gurry 20h
The earliest Greek manuscript to contain Acts 8.37 is the Greek-Latin 6th c. Laudian Acts Codex or GA 08/E shown here. The verse is attested by Ireneaus in the 2nd c. (Against Heresies 3.12.8).
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Peter Gurry Jan 21
9 courses on preaching! How did he fit that in?
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Peter Gurry Jan 21
Looking forward to this!
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John Meade Jan 21
1/6 So how did the word "" enter the English language for Thomas to use that term for his 17th cent. work? An illustrated narrative of the early history might go something like this:
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Peter Gurry Jan 18
This thread is getting spicy! Keep ‘me coming.
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Peter Gurry Jan 18
Replying to @drjohnmeade
Basically
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RIT Libraries Jan 17
Replying to @ritlibraries
Designed by Italian engineer Agostino Ramelli in 1588, the bookwheel is a rotating bookcase that allows one person to read several heavy books in one location. The bookwheel will be used to teach the of the book, engineering, and technology here at RIT.
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Peter Gurry Jan 18
Can we watch the movie instead? 😬
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Peter Gurry Jan 17
Exactly. It's helped my preaching.
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Peter Gurry Jan 17
Okay, I justified it on the grounds that Revelation abounds in metaphor and they need to not only understand metaphor and word play but appreciate and enjoy it. So yeah, a stretch.
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Peter Gurry Jan 17
It's so good and it really *mumbles* about *mumbles*
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Peter Gurry Jan 17
It was a stretch for this class honestly but I snuck it in!
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Peter Gurry Jan 17
Sure. Just message me.
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Peter Gurry Jan 17
What’s the title?
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Peter Gurry Jan 17
Curious what students read in seminary? I like to give students a taste of lots of books. So, here are the books students will be reading from in classes on Acts & Paul and in Hebrews–Revelation. See any of your favorite authors in there?
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