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Greek Isaiah in a year, reloaded!

Recently Abram K-J over at Words on the Word (a great blog focusing on Scripture, especially the Septuagint) finished his year-long question to read Isaiah in Greek.  The most logical next step, of course?  Do it again:

On November 30 the group Greek Isaiah in a Year read the last verses of Isaiah 66. And what a rewarding experience it was to read slowly–over the course of a (church) calendar year–through Isaiah.

Blogger Brian Davidson wants to do it again.

I’m sorely tempted.  If you are as well, check out the main resource page for the project.  It only asks 5 verses a day, 5 days a week.  Having read some Isaiah in Hebrew, I can only pray the Greek is easier.