Theo Todman's Notes

Bible Notes Jump Table

Note-Group Purpose: I had the intention of going through the Bible in detail and reviewing what I found “difficult”, or else – on the other hand – inspiring, and document this against the individual books, summarised in the “Pluses and Minuses” note. It’s a job of work, and hasn’t got very far.

Click here for the explanation of the colouration in the table below.

1 Chronicles 1 Corinthians 1 Corinthians: 15 1 John 1 Kings
1 Peter 1 Samuel 1 Thessalonians 1 Timothy 2 Chronicles
2 Corinthians 2 John 2 Kings 2 Peter 2 Samuel
2 Thessalonians 2 Timothy 3 John Acts Amos
Bible – Pluses and Minuses Biblical Languages Colossians Daniel Deuteronomy
Ecclesiastes Ephesians Esther Exodus Ezekiel
Ezra Galatians Genesis Habakkuk Haggai
Hebrews Hosea Isaiah James Jeremiah
Job Joel John Jonah Joshua
Jude Judges Lamentations Leviticus Luke
Malachi Mark Matthew Micah Nahum
Nehemiah Numbers Obadiah Philemon Philippians
Proverbs Psalms Revelation Romans Ruth
Song of Songs Titus Zechariah Zephaniah  

To access information, click on one of the links in the table above (if any).

See the list below for concatenated versions of all my Notes, broken down by category. The concatenation is now - on account of size - restricted to a list of properties rather than the full text. Where the list item is noted as "out of date by n days", this indicates that at least one of the associated Notes has been updated since the concatenation was undertaken, and that the earliest of these instances was n days ago:-

  1. Animadversions (Out of Date by 0 days)
  2. Birkbeck Supervisions
  3. Blog (Out of Date by 2 days)
  4. Control Pages
  5. Essays
  6. Personal Identity (Out of Date by 12 days)
  7. Status Reports (Out of Date by 12 days)
  8. Website Documentation (Out of Date by 2 days)
  9. Write-ups (Out of Date by 8 days)

Note Qualities: for an explanation of the colouration in the table above, see the table below! "Note Quality" is a new feature, is somewhat experimental, and subject to checking and refinement.

None Specified  
High Quality Note quality relates both to its intrinsic – albeit subjective – quality, and to its completeness and / or length. I’ll try to refine this over time. Also, as I only have 3 levels, it is relative. It is supposed to tell the reader whether it’s worth clicking and reading, and to remind me of work yet to be done! So, “High Quality” Notes are the best I’ve got – usually long and complete and – hopefully – worth reading. 
High Quality - PDF As above, but currently existing only as pdfs, awaiting conversion to Note format. As this is a laborious task, it’s work in progress. Most of these pdfs were produced during my undergraduate days in 2000 – 2003. 
Medium Quality “Medium Quality” Notes are usually those on which I’ve made significant progress but are still incomplete – being either still work in progress, or Notes that I got stuck on or bored with. Occasionally they are complete but short. 
Medium Quality - PDF As above, but currently existing only as pdfs, awaiting conversion to Note format. These were produced during my undergraduate days in 2000 – 2003, and were left incomplete because I ran out of time, or got bored or stuck. 
Low Quality “Low Quality” Notes are usually just place-holders, or Notes I’ve just started. 
Low Quality - PDF As above, but in pdf form. There shouldn't be any! 
Plug Note - With Reading List These may be quite extensive – particularly if they have worked-out reading lists – but usually contain the disclaimer: “A number of my philosophical Notes are “promissory notes” currently only listing the books and papers (if any) I possess on the topic concerned. I’ve decided to add some text – whether by way of motivation, or something more substantive – for all these identified topics related to my Thesis. As I want to do this fairly quickly, the text may be confused or show surprising ignorance. The reader (if such exists) will have to bear with me, and display the principle of charity while this footnote exists.” 
Plug Note - Reading List TBA As above, but the reading list is yet to be supplied. 

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