Greek Brainteaser

Not everyone can read the biblical languages. Some of us can read them at a decently intermediate level, a few people at a higher level. But there is an entire army out there with little to no Greek, who claim to be able to reinterpret the Bible from the original language, usually based on the... Continue Reading →

Bible word studies!!

It is a common idea that doing Bible word studies is the method for digging deep into the Bible. A common enough idea, but a myth. One propagated by some popular "expository" preachers, in fact, who take a somewhat useful tool and use it on all the wrong jobs. To illustrate: if you were to do... Continue Reading →

The Solitude of the Dusky Cave

When I first saw the title of the epic novel Cien Años de Soledad by Gabriel García Márquez, and got that it meant “one hundred years of solitude,” my heart leapt in anticipation. But 500 pages later, I finally grasped that the protagonists of the story didn’t get their promised seclusion; the title seems to... Continue Reading →

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