B. J. Oropeza has a nice interview with Robert Mullins on the topic of biblical geography here.
Oct 16, 2021
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- The conclusion should conclude and bring the message to a timely and appropriate end.
- The conclusion should restate the major idea and minor points of your message.
- The conclusion is where you make your final appeal to encourage your people to action.
- The conclusion should engage the mind, elevate the emotions, and excite the will.
- The conclusion is to ask for a verdict.
- The conclusion is tied to the introduction and helps answer the question, “So what?”
- The conclusion intends to encourage and challenge, as well as comfort and guide.
Oct 13, 2021
Some of you are probably already familiar with the Daily Dose of Hebrew and the Daily Dose of Greek. Both of these free video subscriptions are helpful ways of learning and keeping up with the languages. Starting November 1, there will now be a Daily Dose of Aramaic. You can sign up for free here.
Oct 12, 2021
Ken Berding has a fair and thoughtful post here on tattoos and his role as a Greek professor. I relate and agree with the post. I have been asked on more than one occasion to check or provide the correct spelling of a Greek or Hebrew word. I actually have had more questions about Hebrew than Greek. I suspect that is because Hebrew is so different from English. And Hebrew is trickier especially if you are going to add vowels. I also agree with Berding's understanding of tattoos in general.