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

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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