Category Archives: Biblical Interpretation

Doing Evangelism together (2)

Why should we do evangelism relationally? Acts suggests several reasons: • to have fellowship (Acts 9:19, 26-28); • to have companionship (18:18; 19:29; 20:34; 27:1-2; 28:15); • to have protection (9:30; 17:15; 20:2-4); • to have encouragement (28:15); • to … Continue reading

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Philippians 3 (Greek texts)

Here is last week’s Lecture on Philippians 3  and the updated  University Schedule. Please note that you need to get going with the choice of 4-12 verses for your exegesis paper. This is a major level 2 assignment and needs an appropriate amount … Continue reading

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Hebrew: The forthcoming trial

Next week’s test will carry 40% of the total module mark, so please make careful preparation. We will be working from the MT of Exodus 3: 1-22 and you will be expected to translate, and make grammatical, textual, and exegetical … Continue reading

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Using the Internet at Bible College (2)

Another instalment of academic sites of particualr interest to the postgraduate class.

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New Testament Use of the Old Testament

Here is the link to Roger Nicole’s 1958 essay on the new-testament-use-of-the-old-testament.doc which is a quite thorough and comprehensive introduction to a wide-ranging topic.

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