Greek Blogs

I complained about the dearth Greek blogs recently.

But in a great conversation about particples at Text, Community & Mission, I’ve found that Dr. Micheal Palmer began a blog back in March of this year.

He and I had e-mailed each other a bit a while back about discontinuous phrases last year and he’s made a few comments on my own blog on a variety of topics.

If you’re interested in the Greek language, you’ll want to check out his blog and website. We need more Greek linguists blogging. He’s listed on my blogroll as Greek Language and Linguistics.

He’s written a number of posts since March and has asked several questions in the process. Go give him some answers.

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