Tag Archives: context

Leviticus 18: What Was The Abomination?

[Portions of the following were shared in an earlier post.  However since some have expressed interest in this particular passage, it is now expanded and reposted with a more easily identifiable title.] In light of all the commotion over homosexuality, one would think the Bible has … Continue reading

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Romans 2: Paul’s Bait and Switch

Have you ever noticed that Romans 1 was not legislation?  Romans 1 contained no advice for the church in the city of Rome or any other.  Romans 1 was a rhetorical device.  That is to say, enlisting the disproval of a … Continue reading

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Romans 1: What Was Paul Ranting About?

In Romans 1, the Apostle Paul mentions male and female behavior that he expects his readers to disapprove.  But what was the sin he was ranting  about?  Read the whole passage and track it back.  In Romans 1, Paul ridicules Gentile religious rebellion … Continue reading

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Exegesis: Not for the Faint in Heart

Someone wrote: “I think you may need to go study more about exegesis.  The true author of Scripture though written down by man is the Holy Spirit.  Something written by man is fallible.” I receive a lot more email since launching … Continue reading

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