iPhones and Koine Greek

15 Nov
So I just bought an iPhone on Friday and I've been playing around with apps. It seems there are a wealth of apps on the iPhone that help with studying languages. I've downloaded some to help with learning Koine Greek. One app I've downloaded is the “DailyWord” app that has a word of the day. Today's word is παλιν which means “again”. If παλιν sounds familar, it is – that is Sarah Palin's last name lol!
Now we have the wonderful opportunity to lament every time she shows up in the news. “Not Sarah again…” 
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