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October 4, 2016

Concluding Thoughts on Ehrman’s “Misquoting Jesus”

I must say that many of my friends at Moody [Bible Institute] did not consider this task to be all that significant or interesting. They were happy to rest on the claim that the autographs had been inspired, and to... Continue Reading →

Reading, Studying, and Applying God’s Word

Having a Deep Understanding of God’s Word

Everyone who continues in his or her Christian walk without having a deep personal Bible study will remain “unacquainted with the word of righteousness.” (Heb. 5:13) The Greek term behind “unacquainted” is apeiros, which in this context has the sense... Continue Reading →

The Need for Acute Discernment and Perceptive Powers

Those Christians in and around Jerusalem in 66 C.E. needed acute discernment and perceptive powers to recognize the turn of events and flee. However, Paul five years earlier said, they had “become dull of hearing. For in view of the time... Continue Reading →

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