Greek Humor (Wallace)

 There are countless passages in the Hebrew and Greek texts that are relatively easy to translate and interpret.  On the other hand, there are some texts that are super difficult to translate and interpet.  After many hours/days of work (or more!), sometimes you just can't figure it out.  One such example for me has been… Continue reading Greek Humor (Wallace)

Grammar and the Bondage of the Will

  Here's an instance where a small and sometimes difficult point of grammar can show the source of some doctrinal truths we (Reformed Christians) confess.  In this case, it is the bondage of the will prior to conversion/regeneration as shown from Titus 3.3 (see Canons of Dort III/IV.3). In this verse, Paul uses an imperfect "being"… Continue reading Grammar and the Bondage of the Will