Tag Archives: New Testament

Daily Bible Reading in Greek and Hebrew

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One of the changes I made in my daily Bible readings this year is to include Greek and Hebrew readings on a set schedule. My plan is to read the Gospels in Greek this year and Genesis in Hebrew. I … Continue reading

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Wright’s Typological Interpretation

This is a fourth post on Wright’s models of interpretation in Old Testament Ethics and the People of God. The Paradigmatic Model related the OT Law to Creation, where it sought to restore God’s creative purposes for humans and creation … Continue reading

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Law in Galatians

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Since I studied Galatians in the beginning part of the year, I have thought about the subject of Law off and on. For the most part in Galatians (and other Pauline epistles), Law is considered in a negative light, and … Continue reading

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Rhetorical Nature of the Epistles

Another interesting aspect that I picked up from Wall’s introduction to the NT Epistles is the rhetorical nature of the biblical letters (“Introduction to the Epistolary Literature,” by Robert W. Wall in┬áThe New Interpreter’s Bible, Vol. X.). A simple definition … Continue reading

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