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The best way to improve people skills is a thorough knowledge of the Bible. The one who studies the Bible will see himself correctly (saint and sinner) and will have proper motivation and models for interacting with others.
General Linguistics and Some Exegetical Fallacies
In this Quarterly article Professor Cherney examines the common errors people make during exegesis. He comments on issues such as abuse of etymology, judgments on worldview based on language, focusing too much on individual ...
Exegetical Brief: Distinction in Terms —The Slave Trade in Imperial Rome
After reviewing the New Testament references to slavery, Professor Geiger examines the use of the word ἀνδραποδισταῖς which is commonly translated as “slave dealer.” Through use of contemporary sources such as Philo, he ...
The Apostle Paul and Culture
Professor Wendland describes how we invariably turn to Paul when we think of the matter of Christ and Culture. Paul remained centered in Christ, yet was still “all things to all people.” Wendland explains from Scripture ...
Fan into Flame the Gift of God
In this presentation Professor Gurgel emphasizes the importance of nurturing our own faith before we can minister to others. He cuts to the heart with many quotes from Scripture and from others and heals with the gospel. ...
Teaching Like Jesus
Pastor Patterson encourages his readers to model their teaching methods after Jesus’: first and foremost, focused on leading others to salvation, with the law that kills and the gospel that comforts; powerful concepts ...
Exegetical Brief: Is Matthew 24:29-31 Interpreted Figuratively or Literally?
Although figurative language abounds in Matthew, Professor Zell contends in this exegetical brief that Jesus’ words in Matthew 24:29-31 are to be taken literally, much to the joy and edification of those who are watching ...