Dan Monroe

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Dan Monroe

Postby Dan Monroe » November 17th, 2013, 1:47 pm

Greetings to all. My name is Dan Monroe. I teach math and occasionally Latin in high school. My Greek is limited (for want of time) to Homer, Xenophon, the Apostolic Fathers and of course the Bible. I am often stumped by puzzlers in the Apostolic Fathers and the Bible, so to be honest I am hoping for help. If I can help anyone, though, it would be neat.
Dan Monroe
 
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Re: Dan Monroe

Postby Wes Wood » November 17th, 2013, 9:11 pm

Welcome to the forum! I am new myself and have found people to be both helpful and kind. I am also a teacher; I teach high school science. I hope you enjoy the forum and are enjoying your classes.
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Re: Dan Monroe

Postby Stephen Hughes » November 17th, 2013, 11:33 pm

Dan Monroe wrote: I am often stumped by puzzlers in the Apostolic Fathers and the Bible

It will be a privilage to share your struggles and to learn together with you.
Stephen Hughes
Grammatical analysis of the Bible:
Is the Bible literal? Yes, it's triliteral. BiBLe.
Is it aorist? No, it only has 27 books.
Is it perfect? No, it's imperfect. It's still works.
Is it nominal? No, it's committed. It attends all services.
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Re: Dan Monroe

Postby Dan Monroe » November 18th, 2013, 10:46 pm

Thanks to you both. Ask me about my year after I have figured out how to teach Common Core without a textbook. I hope you are free from that particular blessing.
Dan Monroe
 
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