I spotted this sign on a local field: I’m somewhat surprised not to see it knee-deep in litter, given that no fines apply!
Month: February 2010
Once again Eisenbrauns is running their annual Valentine’s Day competition inviting original expressions of love in an ancient Near Eastern language. A shame that the entry I’d like to post has already been created by another, as you can see here where the late Ronnie Barker interprets hieroglyphics:
job’s perfection and paul’s objection
Job, we are told in the opening verses of the book which bears his name, was תם וישר וירא אלהים וסר מרע — “blameless and just, fearing God.” Much of the point of the book rests upon the veracity of this assertion. Job did not deserve to suffer as he did. David Clines claims that…