Thomas Ross of Mukwonago Baptist Church in Mukwonago, Wisconsin has written a critique of the prewrath position. One particular point that Ross asserts is the following: Furthermore, the fact that God’s wrath “is come” in Revelation 6:17 is an aorist indicative indicates that past time is the strong basic predisposition, so that the fundamental tendency for interpretation […]
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http://traffic.libsyn.com/thebiblicalprophecyprogram/044-A_Reply_to_Renald_Showers_on_James_57_9_Imminency_and_the_Meaning_of_the_Greek_Perfect_Tense.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedI responded to pretrib teacher Renald Showers and his misunderstanding of the Greek perfect tense-form and thus his interpretation of James 5:7–9 and how that affects his pretrib imminency. Specifically, I responded to the following statement by Renald E. Showers: “[T]he fact that the Greek verbs translated […]
I plan to post an extended bibliography on Greek linguistics. But I know some of you will want to get up and running right now. Here is my opinion. For beginning Greek grammars I recommend Rodney Decker’s first year Greek grammar coming out November 18 (soon), Reading Koine Greek: An Introduction and Integrated Workbook; and […]
I highly recommend reading the following article on doing “word” studies, and how to avoid fallacious “word” studies. I place the word “word” in italics because there is no such thing as a word having a meaning outside of its context. And yet, it is assumed by so many interpreters that words can have meanings […]
The short answer is: Greek. Michael Brown gives the long answer: http://realmessiah.com/read/review-understanding-difficult-words-jesus
This article is for those who desire to learn the Old Testament in the original languages, especially studying the book of Daniel in its original language. I want to give some helpful resources for learning Biblical Aramaic and Hebrew. Studying the original biblical languages—Aramaic, Hebrew, and Greek—is not for the fainthearted. But for those who […]