Deacon aleme'silasé


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Dcn. aleme'silasé is a frequent flyer of the Philosophy of Art and Science. He works as an aerospace engineer with a focus on embedded spacecraft flight software, particularly supporting earth science related instruments already in flight. He has recently published a book (an extension of his M.A. thesis from Agora University) surveying the Aksumite School of Biblical Exegesis (arguably an extension of the Antiochene School of Biblical Exegesis), including those critical editions that have been made available in English.

The Letter That Kills: Variant Readings of Genesis 37:3 in the Andmta Corpus (currently out of print but will be back soon).

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