“There’s a huge wonderland between failure and perfection—and that’s reality.” – Ryder Carroll, creator of the Bullet Journal
Of course, we should strive for excellence in whatever we do. But we also shouldn’t let the quixotic quest for perfection prevent us from finishing. Yes, that paper, that book, that article will have flaws. But has the opportunity to be much more useful to many more people once it’s in print than it ever will if it only ever lives on your computer while you endlessly try to remove its flaws.
The Journal of Greco-Roman Judaism and Christianity has posted four new essays to the 2018 volume:
- Tamiko Isaka, “Jerome’s Interpretation of the Bread in the Lord’s Prayer: ἐπιούσιος and Supersubstantialis”
- Stanley E. Porter, “Two Translated Articles on Josephus”
- Raimondo Bacchisio Motzo (Translated by Tommaso Leoni), “The Two Editions of Josephus’s Life”
- Raimondo Bacchisio Motzo (Translated by Tommaso Leoni), “The Authenticity of the Roman Documents Contained in Josephus’s Antiquities”
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