Daily Archives: March 20, 2007

Exegetical Notebook

One of the great papers we have to write in Greek Exegesis is an Exegetical Notebook. This notebook follows a litany of comprehensive questions regarding a particular pericope in Galatians. I have chosen Galatians 4:6-7: And because you are sons, … Continue reading

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The Incorrigible Son and the Implications for our Modern Era, Part III

Let us turn our attention to the text itself. This law in Deuteronomy 21 gives the classic formulation for a case law, “if…then.” If this happens, this is the necessary consequence according to God’s Law. ((The penalties for adultery and … Continue reading

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The Incorrigible Son and the Implications for our Modern Era, Part III

Let us turn our attention to the text itself. This law in Deuteronomy 21 gives the classic formulation for a case law, “if…then.” If this happens, this is the necessary consequence according to God’s Law.1 Here are a few preliminary … Continue reading

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Dr. Ridderbos dies…

Dutch New Testament scholar Herman Ridderbos has died. Read about his life and death.

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Herman Ridderbos Dies…

Dutch New Testament scholar Herman Ridderbos has died. Read about his life and death.

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