Although this blog has only been up for a couple of months now, people have found it using a variety of search terms. Some are to be expected, while others are surprising.
ܥܡܢܘܐܝܠ – “Emmanuel.” In all of my wildest imaginations, I did not ever think anyone would find this blog by using a Syriac term. In this case someone found LXX studies searching on that wonderful truth of “God with us” in Isaiah 7:14 in the Peshitta Version.
justin martyr lxx – Whoever searched this phrase most probably knows of the major issues regarding Justin’s version of the LXX in comparison with the Old Greek. My paper on Justin and Isaiah 7:14 introduces some of the issues involved.
dead sea scrolls isaiah 7:14 – Google is a wonderful search tool since these two ideas do not occur in the same post. I think I mention the DSS in the Is 53.8 posts and Isaiah 7:14 in a different post.
“seminary papers” baptist – Now this search phrase has me a little interested. I am a baptist and I do have a page called “seminary papers.” My guess, however, is that someone probably meant papers in the sense of a “seminary’s records of official correspondence”, not academic papers.
example descriptive text – I have no idea what this means. I used the phrase “is this text descriptive” in a post, but I have no idea how “example” fits with it. Again, Google does some amazing things.