- RT @thinkchristian: Today's TC: 'Blood moons and confirmation bias' ow.ly/w2rzZ @jonathanddownie 16 hours ago
- The end of the world as we know it? Why we should be always be cautious: ow.ly/w2vCJ 19 hours ago
- RT @Write4Research: Geographies of knowledge: ways to boost visibility of research undertaken in the South. blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocial… 1 day ago
- RT @JeminaNapier: @heriot_watt_sml languages students participate in another successful multilingual debate: tes.co.uk/article.aspx?s… #1nt 1 day ago
- RT @wcagls: For every sin on Him was laid; Here in the death of Christ I live. 4 days ago
- IPCITI 2014 call for papers is now out: wp.me/p1PMNn-e0 6 days ago
Translation Studies meets Preaching
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