∞ Link Posts
a biased and sporadically updated list of posts around the blogosphere that I find interesting (and hopefully you will too)
Jonathan Pennington has some helpful thoughts on allegory and metaphor using the story of the rich young ruler while looking back at past interpretations between the Reformers and the Church Fathers.
Kris over at Old School Script has a short little post about his new favorite font, Corbel.
Danny Zacharias has put together a helpful searchable database for SBL abbreviations for journals and series titles.
Mike Aubrey has now uploaded his thesis titled *The Greek perfect and the categorization of tense and aspect: Toward a descriptive apparatus for operators in Role and Reference Grammar*. I've always enjoyed Mike's blog and have learned much about Greek and linguistics from it.
Sometimes writing less is more. A helpful article from the Chronicle on writing.
If you are not using Zotero when writing papers then I hope your reason is from ignorance. Zotero is a life saver when he comes to collecting resources when researching and putting together footnotes/bibliography while writing. Best of all it is FREE!
Ryan Vasut, the associate librarian at the SBTS Library, is a Zotero wizard. He knows all the ins and outs of the program and has written a helpful introduction for getting started in Zotero.
Ben Myers writing on reading and teaching primary sources