The Corybantic Podcast

cor·​y·​ban·​tic | ˌkȯr-ē-ˈban-tik adj. wild, frenzied. On this podcast, I share thoughts on a variety of my interests: Shakespeare, the Bible, Sherlock Holmes, the English language, and more…

After a long time of not doing any more podcasts, I suddenly was inspired to give it another try! On this episode, I talk about some virtual Bibles: Bible software and online Bible search engines. Give it a listen, and feel free to comment with your feedback! 

Wherein I talk about the "theory" that Shakespeare had a hand in the King James Bible

Learn about this unique one-man translation in today's podcast. You can read The Holy Bible in Modern English by Ferrar Fenton at http://bit.ly/1Yvrdab

My first podcast ever...I appreciate any feedback listeners can provide! Thanks for listening...

For awhile now, I've had a blog called The Bible Bookshelf Blog. But I've never tried podcasting...I've thought about it, but never tried it. I don't have theme music, or a high quality mic, or any of that stuff, but I do have thoughts and ideas, and the desire to share some of my thoughts on the many versions of the English Bible (and perhaps a few in other languages as well). So here goes nothing...

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