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Naked Bible 033: Studying the Original Languages of the ...

Naked Bible 033: Studying the Original Languages of the Bible: Word Study Techniques, Part 2
4 years, 5 months ago Episode 33 continues our series on Bible study at the word level. Last time we talked about word usage as it pertains to usage by a single biblical author within the scope of that author’s writings.  Our launching point was the lemma behind “unmarried” in ... Epi

Naked Bible 032: Studying the Original Languages of the ...

Naked Bible 032: Studying the Original Languages of the Bible: Word Study Techniques, Part 1
4 years, 6 months ago Today we’re continuing with our series on Bible study at the word level. Last time we talked about exegetical fallacies that arise from flawed word study methods. In this episode, I want to transition to some important elements that go into word study. ... Today we’r

Naked Bible 031: Studying the Original Languages of the ...

Naked Bible 031: Studying the Original Languages of the Bible: Exegetical Fallacies
4 years, 7 months ago This episode continues the series on studying the Bible at the word level. The episode utilizes the audio of a short screen capture video that Dr. Heiser created to illustrate a range of exegetical fallacies that amateur researchers frequently commit when ... This episo

Naked Bible 030: Studying the Original Languages of the ...

Naked Bible 030: Studying the Original Languages of the Bible: Introduction to Word Meaning
4 years, 7 months ago In this episode, the series on taking Bible study seriously transitions to word level research by overviewing some directions we’ll take as we think about studying biblical words. In this episode, the series on taking Bible study seriously transitions to word level re

Naked Bible 029: The Bible’s Literary Context: Prophecy and ...

Naked Bible 029: The Bible’s Literary Context: Prophecy and Apocalyptic
4 years, 8 months ago In this episode, we’re going to talk about two genres: prophecy and apocalyptic. The reason for doubling up will become apparent as we proceed, but basically we need to talk about these two genres because most modern Bible students don’t realize there are ... In thi

Naked Bible 028: The Bible’s Literary Context: The Comedic ...

Naked Bible 028: The Bible’s Literary Context: The Comedic Genre and the New Testament
4 years, 9 months ago This episode of the Naked Bible podcast features Dr. Heiser’s interview with his friend Dr. Sam Lamerson about the use of the comedic genre in the New Testament. Dr. Lamerson is Professor of New Testament at Knox Theological Seminary in Fort Lauderdale, ... This epi

Naked Bible 027: The Bible’s Literary Context: What is a ...

Naked Bible 027: The Bible’s Literary Context: What is a Proverb?
4 years, 9 months ago In the last podcast episode we continued our series on studying the Bible in light of its various types of literature – its literary genres. We looked at parables and offered some guidelines for interpreting them. In this episode, we’re going to briefly ... In the

Naked Bible 026: The Bible’s Literary Context: Parables

Naked Bible 026: The Bible’s Literary Context: Parables
4 years, 9 months ago In the last podcast episode we continued our series on studying the Bible in light of its various types of literature – its literary genres. We looked at an example related to the New Testament – how the literary features of Greco-Roman phantom tales and ... In the

Naked Bible 024: The Bible’s Literary Context: The Military ...

Naked Bible 024: The Bible’s Literary Context: The Military\u002DHistorical Annal Genre
4 years, 10 months ago In the last podcast episode we continued our series on studying the Bible in a way that amounts to more than reading by taking a look at the legal genre in Old Testament books. Today we’re focusing on another genre – military annals. I think the best way ... In the

Naked Bible 022: Introducing Genres and Reading Bible ...

Naked Bible 022: Introducing Genres and Reading Bible Stories Like Fiction
4 years, 11 months ago In the past few episodes of the podcast series on learning how to really study your Bible, I’ve focused on the issue of how critical it is to take the Bible in its own context, not a context that is familiar to us, like modern evangelicalism or the ... In the past fe