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This post has nothing whatsoever to do with linguistics or graduate school, but it’s late and it’s been a long week so I’m oversharing on the Internet again. When I entered college eight years ago, I was skinny, nerdy, shy, … Continue reading
“Why should any of you consider it incredible that God raises the dead?” The above is a quote by the Apostle Paul when he is giving his defense before King Agrippa, as recorded in Acts 26. I recently finished this … Continue reading
The other day, a friend of mine who is from New York made a comment that I had trouble parsing, because I couldn’t tell if it was facetious or sincere. As part of an exposition on the myriad cultural differences between … Continue reading