Tag Archives: Exegesis

Sermon: The Scandal Concerning King David

Here is a sermon I wrote and preached at the local church I am a member of.  I hope this gospel message is a blessing to you. 2 Sam  11-12 Text 2 Sam 12:1-13   In our text we find ourselves reading the story of King David and what had already taken place.  The King had taken Bathsheba into his… (more…)

Pastor will you not give us the Gospel?

I am utterly sinful.  I find myself doing things, thinking things, desiring things that war against what I know is right, against the Law written on my heart. As an Independent Fundamental Baptist (IFB’er), I was aware of my sinfulness, but I was more aware of everyone else’s.  IFBer’s have the cure for your issues – ‘stop it’, ‘do better… (more…)

Exegeting John 3 – Part 3

My intention in Exegeting John 3 part 2 was to  get through verse eight, but I fell a few verses short.  I ended in verse 5 John 3:5  Jesus answered, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God Let’s do a short recap:… (more…)

Wrath Wins: Using Emergent Hermeneutic Principles

The Emergent hermeneutic is to read everything in scripture through the lens of only one of God’s attributes and that attribute is His love.  Great attribute, and I love the reality of God’s love.  However if you are unbalanced in your approach to scripture, you end up unbalanced in doctrine and you end up thinking eventually everybody is going to… (more…)

Exegeting John 3 – Part 1

The first post I did, Exegeting Scripture without Learning Greek, covered an introductory look at exegesis of scripture without extensive knowledge of original biblical languages.  In this simple version of the Historical Grammatical method there are 5 questions that are asked.  I will list them here again: Who is speaking or writing? Who are they speaking or writing to? What… (more…)

Exegeting Scripture without Learning Greek

One of my many deficiencies that plague me is the lack of knowledge in Koine Greek.  I took 2 semesters of biblical Greek when I was going to seminary, in fact, I took those 2 semesters at the same time.  I never pursued learning the language after that fiasco, and at the time I was so “King James Only” I… (more…)

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