"Reading the Bible in the original languages causes us to be more thoughtful and careful about the actual wording of the text." -- Robert Plummer
"Paying attention to these basic details can pay huge exegetical dividends when it comes to interpreting the strange roles [pronouns] can play in discourse."
"Beyond biblical studies, TUAT has long been recognized as a reference resource in disciplines such as ANE Studies, Egyptology, as well as Historiography of Religion and the Cultural History of the ANE."
Latin is a language that I picked up during my PhD studies, and it has proved useful and enjoyable. I wish that I had learned it as a youth, which is why I’ve begun teaching Latin to my children. But if you’re reading this article, I’m guessing...