- RT @His_Grace: Nelson Mandela walks to eternal freedom bit.ly/18m1V75 5 hours ago
- RT @JoelVirgo: The greatest statesman of our lifetime? #NelsonMandela 1918-2013 5 hours ago
- RT @TommyTenney: Allow your critics to REFINE rather than DEFINE you. Yet beware when all speak well of you. Lk6:26 via @LisaBevere 7 hours ago
- RT @PhD2Published: blogging – don’t lose control of your content ift.tt/18b7o2N via ThomsonPat 15 hours ago
- Machine #Translation will not take your job, honest! wp.me/p1PMNn-as 1 day ago
- My first attempt at a #translation and #interpreting comic. ow.ly/i/3V5DJ 1 day ago
Translation Studies meets Preaching
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