For October’s Linguistics Circle meeting, PhD candidate (New Testament) Doosuk Kim will be presenting a paper on information structure and its application to Romans 14-15. All are welcome to join us for a stimulating discussion on the strong and the weak in this passage, and how modern linguistics can inform our interpretation of this passage. For access to the paper for those not on the CBLTE Forum, please email email@example.com. Any other questions can be directed to Dr. Dave Yoon (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For those who are in the area, we encourage participation in person at MDC (Board Room), and for those who are unable to physically attend, a Zoom option will also be available.
The Linguistics Circle is a monthly gathering of students, faculty, and others who are interested in biblical linguistics. Each gathering, we have a discussion of a biblical linguistic topic, based on a paper presented by someone in our community—either a student, professor, or a volunteer or invited guest. Anyone with an interest in biblical linguistics is welcome to join, regardless of experience or knowledge in the field. To join, email email@example.com to gain access to the CBLTE (Centre for Biblical Linguistics, Translation, and Exegesis) site where announcements and papers are posted.