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Today’s foremost expert on Charles Spurgeon chats with us on whether the Prince of Preachers was actually a good expositor of Scripture.
Few have given the Greek text of James as much attention as William Varner. Listen as he shares his story with Greek, ministry, and more.
“Ad fontes,” said Erasmus. Return to the sources! The brand new Tyndale House Greek New Testament uses a distinct methodology to attempt to do just that. Does it succeed? Dr. Todd Scacewater, founder of Exegetical Tools, explains the point of a new Greek New Testament and gives an in-depth review of this new effort from Crossway.
Heard In This Episode: 2:21 – Doctrine inevitably and necessarily informs exegesis. 8:50 – How can students of Scripture recognize the doctrine they bring to the text and still submit themselves to the Word? Can we “do good theology” and be good exegetes? 14:50 – What should readers expect from the Five Solas series, and how does it compare to Barrett’s Reformation Theology? 23:23 – The Reformers were biblical scholars and churchmen. 24:47 – Why…
Ever read about some historical event or cultural custom and immediately think of a passage of Scripture? How do you know if it’s really relevant? Here are three questions for better exegesis.
Andy Naselli shares about his experience with “higher life” Christianity and why bad theology hurts people.