Category Archives: Biblical exegesis

The contents of the post or page presents an exegesis of a biblical word or text

Genesis 15:3 – Is Abram Frustrated, Angry, or Both?

I’ve posted my translation of Genesis 15:3 in the Verse Translations ForumĀ (in the event you may want to post a question or make a comment). On the other hand, you can download the translation in PDF form. By way of … Continue reading

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New Forum: Verse Translations

I’ve added a new forum under the [Discussions] tab titled “Verse Translations” – click here to go there now1)You’ll need to be a registered member of this website to comment, but otherwise you are free to read and download articles. … Continue reading

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The Image of God – Part II

In the previous post I attempted to clarify whether mankind constituted the image of God or each individual human. Grammatically, the collection of humans (= mankind) was the image of God, not each individual person. In this post, I try … Continue reading

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The Image of God – Part I

Genesis 1:27 has confounded biblical scholars and theologians for millennia. Of course, as you might imagine, the debates over its meaning are legion. Of the numerous controversies, however, there are two that are interesting to me from a translation viewpoint … Continue reading

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