Category Archives: Greek Language

Book Printing as Impetus for Reformation

In the century just prior to the Reformation, the invention of the printing press enabled the faster production and distribution of books, and the ability of more and more people to own them. Continue reading

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The ‘Word of God’: is it a Greek or a Hebrew concept?

Some modern skeptics want to say that the New Testament is suffused with concepts of paganism and Gnosticism. Look at John 1:1-2: In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He … Continue reading

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