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Ἐκκλησία in the New Testament

August 8th, 2006

Part One: The Classification of Each Use of Ἐκκλησία in the Greek New Testament Part Two: Cross-Index and Concordance for the Classification of Each Use of Ἐκκλησία in the Greek New Testament Part Three: Quotations from Sources on the Meaning and Use of Ἐκκλησία in the Greek New Testament Part Four: The Concept of Ἐκκλησία […]

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Homeschool Greek, Volume Two — Beta Version

August 2nd, 2006

Lord willing, this September we will begin to electronically publish in installments Homeschool Greek, Volume Two — Beta Version. A little later in August, we will be set up to accept subscriptions on our web page. More details and sample pages will be available at that time. The price for the Beta electronic version will […]

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An Interpretive Outline of the Gospel According to John, Part 3

April 5th, 2006

III. Jesus is Christ the Prophet (2:1-11:54) [Seven Signs that Jesus is God’s Anointed Prophet] A. The Prophet is introduced (2:1 – 4:54) Jesus at a Wedding Feast (in Cana of Galilee) (2:1-11) [Sign #1: Jesus has power over physical substance – water turned to wine] Mary, Jesus, and His disciples invited to a wedding […]

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An Interpretive Outline of the Gospel According to John, Part 2

March 19th, 2006

II. Preparations of the Christ: Jesus Gathers His First Disciples (1:19-51) [Three Signs that Jesus is God’s Anointed] Jesus is the One coming after [the prophet] John [the Baptist] (1:19-28) [First Sign: Jesus is the Anointed Prophet] John’s [the Baptist’s] testimony (1:19-28) Who John [the Baptist] is not (1:19-21) The ruling Jews send priests and […]

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An Interpretive Outline of The Gospel According to John, Part 1

March 14th, 2006

Author: The apostle John, the disciple whom Jesus loved (13:23; 19:26; 20:2; 21:7,20,24). Date: Around AD 90 Theme: Jesus is the Christ – God’s Chosen and Anointed Prophet, Priest, and King (6:69; 20:31) I. The Prologue: The Pre-eminence of the Word (1:1-18) The Word is God (1:1-2) The pre-existence of the Word (1:1a) The personality […]

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Comparison of Greek Pronunciation Systems

February 19th, 2006

Over the years, several persons have written to us regarding the many different systems of pronunciation which can be found in various Greek grammars. On our web page, we have recently placed an article which is designed to answer such questions. Some things included in this article: * A list of resources on ancient Greek […]

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Jesus’ School of the Logical Dilemma (Part 2)

February 1st, 2006

The Pharisees’ First Dilemma: Whether or Not to Pay Caesar’s Head-Tax Matthew 22:15-22 [15] Then the Pharisees, {as they} proceeded, took mutual counsel how they might entrap Him in {His} discourse [\word]. [16] So they sent their disciples, along with the Herodians, on a mission to Him, saying, “Teacher, we have come to know {by […]

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Jesus’ School of the Logical Dilemma (Part 1)

January 22nd, 2006

A dilemma (Greek: δίλημμα = a double assumption, twin premise, or ambiguous proposition) is an argument which is equally conclusive by contrary assumptions. The dilemma creates a situation which requires a choice between two equally balanced alternatives. Usually the dilemma is presented to an antagonist as a choice between two solutions to a problem, both […]

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According to the Scriptures: A Biblical View of the Authority of the Bible

January 12th, 2006

The following series of articles is a study in Bibliology – the doctrine of the Bible. The purpose of this series of articles is to display something of what the Bible teaches about the Bible, but more particularly to display what the Bible teaches about the authority of the Bible. Below is a brief outline […]

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The Need to Reinvent the Wheel

January 12th, 2006

You’ve used the expressions yourself: We don’t need to reinvent the wheel. We don’t need to start from scratch. We should take what’s already been done and build upon it. There certainly are situations where such expressions apply. But this is not a universal maxim. There are some things which should be regularly re-invented. Theology […]

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