Monthly Archives: October 2016

How to begin studying New Testament Greek for less than $100

Introduction: What resources are there to consider if one so desires to begin studying the Greek New Testament, and yet are on a very fixed budget? Today’s post will aim to equip readers on how to begin studying New Testament … Continue reading

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How “ands”, “ifs”, “buts”, “nows” and “therefores” can aid in preparing sermons

Romans 8:1 Therefore there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. (NASB) Romans 8:1 Οὐδὲ ἄρα νῦν κατάκριμα τοῖς ἐν ΧριστῷἸησοῦ· Anytime one studies the English or Greek text of the New Testament, all the vocabulary, grammar and … Continue reading

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The 500th Anniversary year of Erasmus’ Edition of the Greek New Testament: Three Reasons Why It Matters Today

Summary of today’s post:  Today’s post celebrates a major milestone in the history of Bible translation and study of the Greek New Testament. On March 1, 1516 a scholar named Desiderius Erasmus (pictured above) became the first man in history … Continue reading

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