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Exegetical Fallacies IND A Carson PhD University Of Cambridge Is Research Professor Of New Testament At Trinity Evangelical Divinity School He Is The Author Or Editor Of Than Forty Books


About the Author: D A Carson

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7 thoughts on “Exegetical Fallacies

  1. says:

    This is or should be a standard work for those wanting to understand the message of the Bible correctly, especially those with the responsibility of preaching Don Carson exposes many of the common mistakes made by preachers and theologians when they argue for a particular understanding of the text This includes mistakes in understanding the meaning of Greek or Hebrew words and in the analysis of grammar also errors in logical argument Hig


  2. says:

    great for 1st year students at undergraduate level, you set the pace on this home study course It is without any doubt beneficial for those who wish to advance there degrees further by reading ancient languages specifically when it is to compliment Theological degrees This little treasure will advance your studies even further.


  3. says:

    finding this hard going for the scholar than the layman


  4. says:

    Thorough and careful examination of how to treat Scripture.


  5. says:

    The book is divided into five chapters six if you count the 11 page introduction 1 Word Study Fallacies2 Grammatical Fallacies3 Logical Fallacies4 Presupposition and Historical fallacies5 Concluding RemarksI found the word study fallacies salutary and it has made me even cautious in accepting at face value word study expositions The chapter on grammatical fallacies was a little bit demanding of my linguistic vocabulary anarthous, articular, syl


  6. says:

    This is a wonderful book for those who wish to engage in honest, searching and proper exegesis of the inspired word.I cannot to highly praise this book


  7. says:

    Many people are keen to be able to read the bible in the original languages, but do not understand how to apply their new found knowledge.There are some excellent books to assist in this regard, including Moises Silva s Biblical Words and Their Meaning, Cotterell and Turner s Linguistics and Biblical Interpretation and David Alan Black s Linguistics for Students of New Testament Greek, It s Still Greek To Me and Using New Testament Greek in Ministry.


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