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3 Ways Not to Use Greek in Bible Study | Justin Dillehay

Excerpt: Usage Trumps Etymology: Avoiding the Root Fallacy Scholars Are Necessary: Avoiding the Cult of the Amateur Context Is King: Avoiding the Overload Fallacy (7 min read; 1,795 words) 3 Ways Not to Use Greek in Bible Study | TGC … Continue reading

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New Website to Foster Biblical Literacy: “Bible Fluency”

A new website has been launched combat declining biblical literacy.  It is an effort led by Professor Kenneth Berding of Biola University.  From the “About” section of the website: Bible Fluency is a free learning program for those who desire to … Continue reading

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New website explores the history of the Bible and takes questions from site visitors

Opening paragraphs: Whether you know next to nothing about the Bible and want to become more knowledgeable or you consider yourself an expert, it might be worth checking out a new website entitled “Bible Odyssey: People Places and Passages.” Bibleodyssey.org explores … Continue reading

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The Book of Genesis Understood in Animated Form

Here’s an interesting way of looking at the book of Genesis.  It’s part of a project to animate the Bible.  For more, see The Bible Project. This post was first published on Current Events in Light of the Kingdom of … Continue reading

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