Tag Archives: greek

The rabbit trails of 2 Tim 3:15-16.

One of the things I am enjoying about the study of Greek is the variety of twists, turns and bends the trails can take you. Now, I know that a little bit of knowledge is a dangerous thing. And so … Continue reading

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I thought I found an omission.

One of my favourite books in my personal library is Nelsons New Illustrated Bible Dictionary © 1995. This dictionary is often the first book I reach for when I want to research a topic. In the past it has served … Continue reading

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He made the Worlds.

Last week I decided to resume my Greek studies as college and other ministry commitments were finished for the year and I had the time to spare. Because I hadn’t read the book of Hebrews for a while, I decided … Continue reading

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A pleasant surprise.

I have been reading Paul, Apostle of Weakness. By David Alan Black.  I was pleasantly surprised to read the following on page 32… Paul begins a lengthy appeal to the Galatians based on his previous assertion that all Christians are … Continue reading

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The 4 A’s of Matthew.

  I love this paragraph that comes from a Greek Scholar who takes the great commission seriously. I leave you with the 4 “Alls” of Matthew 28:19-20 (the Great Commission of Jesus): pasa exousia = “all authority” = unlimited power … Continue reading

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Flash cards.

I found my Greek flash cards today. Well truth be told, my boys discovered them for me and I found them on their bedroom floor. I have another shelf to put up in the study, which will enable us to … Continue reading

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In the mail.

I received two books in the mail. The first is Grief: Finding the Candle of Light, from  Energion Publications. Though not required, I will be doing a review of this book in the future. I want to say thanks to … Continue reading

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Are you learning Greek or Hebrew?

Thanks to Dave Black for pointing this new resource out. While there is some debate about the correct way to pronounce Biblical languages, all scholars agree that being able to speak and hear the language helps the student to learn the language … Continue reading

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A Hacks Attempt to Learn Greek

I have set up another blog. And called it, A Hacks Attempt to Learn Greek. It’s purpose is to help me understand and learn the Greek Language and in doing so become a better writer. Mounce makes the suggestion in … Continue reading

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