Grammar and Theology (Nerd Alert!)

Sometimes the line between presenting details of the biblical languages in our preaching in order to better display the gospel and glory of Christ, on the one hand, and simply to display the knowledge of the preacher, on the other, is hard to see.   But in the case of John 1:1c,...
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Eye of the Eagle: The Gospel of John

It became traditional in the ancient church to associate the four gospels with the four “living creatures” around the throne of God described in the book of Ezekiel and the Book of Revelation.  The church father, Irenaeus, gives us our earliest account of this...
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Sabbath Today?

As we’ll read about Sunday, Nehemiah returns from his hiatus in Susa from governorship of Judea only to find that the very stipulations the people had expressly committed to observing in the covenant renewal only a few years previous had been flagrantly and repeatedly...
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Infallible, Inerrant, and Inspired?

“The Bible has been copied and re-copied so many times that nobody can know what it originally said.”  “Obviously their are corruptions all over the place.  To believe this is the ‘inerrant word of God’ is just plain stupid!”  “The Bible...
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