Tag Archives: Gospels

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…)

How should an Apologist respond to the accusation: “Jesus was merely a Magician when it comes to the miracles?”

If Jesus rose from the dead, then it is certainly likely that He could perform miracles like stilling a storm, casting out demons, etc.

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