- RT @sobore: A guy was taking a panoramic photo when his cat decided to walk through, the result: Cat-erpillar! http://t.co/ztz8Thdw2j 16 minutes ago
- RT @ArtRainer: Just one thing: Live your life in a manner worthy of the gospel of Christ. - Philippians 1:27 37 minutes ago
- Photo: slickster46-ler: This is the most perfect summary of the German language I’ve ever seen tmblr.co/ZgKpRn1h7suRs 1 hour ago
- The hardest but most fun bit about going away is catching up with emails when you get back. #tlconference 2 hours ago
- How the World Laughs on the Web - funwithlanguages: We know that we can indicate laughter on the Internet... tmblr.co/ZgKpRn1h2FKNs 1 day ago
- RT @mikebickle: The more we engage our mind with the indwelling Spirit, the more our mind and emotions are renewed; and thus we are transfo… 1 day ago
Translation Studies meets Preaching
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