Category Archives: Languages

Using Greek and Hebrew in the Pulpit

How much do you use the Greek and Hebrew that you learned? How do you handle these things when preaching? These are questions that are often asked in seminary classes and asked back and forth among pastors. The danger on … Continue reading

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Pastors Should Know the Biblical Languages

No reputable finance school would ever graduate a student without having at least taken (and passed) a significant number of math courses. Why then will some seminaries now graduate Master of Divinity students with nary a smattering of biblical languages? … Continue reading

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Language Learning: Pedagogical Methods

I notice that much of the language learning I did using the older pedagogical method I have seemed to retain (and retain quite well) while much of the information learned through inductive methods is either hazy or just plain gone … Continue reading

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