Jan 28, 2009
Mounce on Using Greek in the Pulpit
Bill Mounce has provided some good advice concerning using Greek in the pulpit. One paragraph in particular is worth noting well.
"So learn your languages, do your homework, read the best commentaries, struggle with the Greek and Hebrew text, check various translations, and then express yourself with simplicity and humility, and let the power of the sermon be the power of the Spirit working through your words. But please do not hold yourself up as an authority who must be believed because you know what the Greek says. Who knows? Perhaps God will send someone to hear you who knows more about Greek than you do, and will blog about your mistake before the world (as I did in last week’s blog)."
Read the entire post here.
Posted by Charles Savelle at 6:33 AM
Labels: Bible Exposition, Biblical languages, Biblical Preaching, Greek, Mounce, Sernons
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
Post a Comment