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Date Title Name
2004-08-27 Εἰ μή Clauses in the NT: Interpretation and Translation Multiple Authors
2004-08-27 3. New Testament Repentance: Lexical Considerations Robert N. Wilkin
2004-07-08 The Legitimacy Of The Attributed Genitive Barry Joslin
2004-07-07 Revisiting the Colwell Construction in Light of Mass/Count Nouns Donald Hartley
2004-07-06 The Meaning Of ἁρπαγμός In Philippians 2:6 - An Overlooked Datum For Functional Inequality Within The Godhead Dennis Ray Burk Jr.
2004-07-01 Appendix 9: The Middle Voice of 1 Corinthians 13:8 J. Hampton Keat...
2004-06-30 Granville Sharp: A Model of Evangelical Scholarship and Social Activism Daniel B. Wallace
2004-06-30 The Myth about the Meaning of First Class Conditions in Greek Daniel B. Wallace
2004-06-30 Sharp Redivivus? - A Reexamination of the Granville Sharp Rule Daniel B. Wallace
2004-06-30 The Relation of θεόπνευστος to γραφή in 2 Timothy 3:16 Daniel B. Wallace
2004-06-29 Did Priscilla “Teach” Apollos? An Examination of the Meaning of ἐκτίθημι in Acts 18:26 Daniel B. Wallace
2004-06-27 1. A Summary of Discourse Theory M. James Sawyer
2004-06-27 2. Semantic Paragraphs M. James Sawyer
2004-05-28 The New World Translation and Christologically Significant Article-Substantive-<FONT FACE="Greek">Kaiv</font> J. Ed Komoszewski
2001-08-30 I have taught that the definite articles in John 14:6, "...the way, the truth and the life..." constituted "one of a kind" or "unique" articles. However, John 14:6 is not as an example of this use in your grammar. What kind of articles are they? admin
2001-08-29 In Ephesians 4:11 where Paul links pastor-teacher, is this a valid link due to the "kai"? Some say that there are exceptions to this rule and that pastor and teacher can be seperated in this verse. Does the exception apply to this verse? admin
2001-01-01 Does the Greek construction in Acts 2:38 show that baptism has nothing to do with the remission of sins? admin
2001-01-01 I heard that Hebrew language had no means of determining past, present, or future tense. Could the prophecies in the OT possibly refer to past and future events simultaneously? admin
2001-01-01 Is The word “foreknowledge” In Acts 2:23 in the instrumental dative case? Does foreknowledge mean omniscience, or is it an attribute of God? admin
2000-11-01 The Participle Daniel B. Wallace

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