Greetings from Pastor Moose

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Greetings from Pastor Moose

Postby Randall Seale » May 1st, 2014, 1:52 am

I’m a graduate of Louisiana State University (B. S. Chemical Engineering - Geaux Tigers!) and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (M. Div in Advanced Biblical Studies). I studied Greek under Andreas Koestenberger, David Lanier, David Alan Black, and Scott Kellum. I previously worked about 25 years as an engineer in the space shuttle program – “press to MECO.” I currently reside in Katy, TX with my wife and three children. Look forward to participating on this forum.
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Re: Greetings from Pastor Moose

Postby Stephen Hughes » May 5th, 2014, 12:21 pm

Hi Randall (Moose)

Welcome.

A moose is a type or Arctic cow, isn't it? What's that doing in a Texas context?

Having had that many teachers, your Greek must be "adequate" to say the least. I look forward to meeting you in the upcoming discussions.

What are your interests and aims in Greek?

Stephen
- Mire sear stir ears art our players for are mourn Thor sore.
- Wart word sheer warned tore door tore more roar?
- Sheer word warned tore gore tore Bore stern, Ire sir pores.
- Mare Ire gore tore?
- Sure!
(How Mandarin from Northern China sounds to me)
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