~Families of Writing Systems~ Another way to classify writing systems is by "family". This classification can get a bit fuzzy. "Family" can denote a group of writing systems that either have evolved from a common ancestor or have similar "style" or appearance. An example of this latter definition would be Old Persian, which looks like cuneiform but isn't directly descended from Summerian or Akkadian.
Don't let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in life, in love, in faith and in purity. - 1 Timothy 4:12 NIV | Joshua made this with Prayerfish. http://www.prayerfish.com/prayer-detail.php?pid=SNzi5kZiJO5h5StyGwaW%2F6HjeLoDnFrD #1timothy_4_12,#bible,#niv
The Quick View Bible » Big Ideas in 2 Timothy This graphic goes well with the free bible lesson about Timothy at http://missionbibleclass.org/1b0-new-testament/new-testament-part-2/acts-epistle-selections/timothy/