This article originally appeared on my blog (Here). “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many.” (Mark 10:45) Service is not a uniquely Christian concept. The language of service is something engrained throughout society....
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I'm about 2 weeks into self-studying Hebrew, I'm at the point where I can (very, very slowly!) pronounce Hebrew words (really only from Genesis 1:1-3).
What resources have you used to study Hebrew? I take Hebrew next year at WSC, and the plan is to test out of it, as I did with Greek this year.
What textbooks have you used, and online resources? I'm not looking to use online language...
I am an exclusive psalmody person in a hymn singing church
Any advice for me? One man is mad at me about it
All this stuff about how I am ashamed of the gospel by hiding it under psalms
Hymns are better for praising Christ for his passion, and objections like this
Note: I have no disrespect for folk on this forum who have these objections
We are going to go to a church friends' house on Friday for fellowship and some psalm singing. Although they have a piano which they suggested I play, I kind of want to not dothat, since I find it hard to sing and play at the same time. So, supposing a bring a pitch pipe and offer to start us off, what note do I use?
For example, let's say we sing CRIMOND in F, they first two notes of which...
I have been subjected much lately to the insistence that "Koine Greek allows for far more precision than English." The reason for that, according to these enthusiasts, is because Greek verbs have voice, tense, mood, etc., and nouns have gender and all that. They claim (though they still can only read Greek with an interlinear, and need a website like blue letter bible to parse the words for...
Has anyone studied the "School Of Biblical Evangelism" text by Ray Comfort (now revised). It looks like a very comprehensive work. Yes I do have reservations about his theology but I also think there are strengths to his ministry and wondered if these are apparent in the book....
After reading about Barnhouse’s apparently dispensational (maybe slightly?) leanings I’m not sure if the two volume Romans series I have will be read. Rather than keep them, maybe they can go to a good home. Any one interested? Unless you think they are worthwhile and something I should go through.
This might sound like a dumb question. But it’s been something I’ve been anxious about.
Someone on the board in the Sermons forum posted this great sermon: https://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?m=t&s=82618117166 and while I really enjoyed it it was pretty convicting.
As I’ve gotten to read more books on theology I’ve become more interested in it. As one goes into the past...
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