Greek and the Layperson

by Aug 12, 2009Exegesis, NTScholarship

I wish for a day when no one but Greek students and avid C. S. Lewis fans knows the Greek words for love.

Knowing them never seems to be much help to people in interpreting Scripture; frequently, instead, that knowledge is an impediment.

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Honesty and Dishonesty; Inerrancy and Errancy

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An ex-evangelical acquaintance of mine recently posted a link to an academic journal article critiquing inerrantist biblical scholars. It contained this paragraph: Well, turnabout is fair play, especially with insufferably tendentious arguments. (I'm sorry: I believe...

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