Dear WE: What version of the Greek New Testament do you think is the best? And what are the differences between them? I have begun to learn Koine Greek and have been confused by all the different versions, as well as all the different fervent supporters and claims of these versions. Thanks in advance! Sincerely, […]

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Dear WE: I have been studying the modes of baptism and I hear Lutherans say that “baptism” just means “wash with water.” Most Greek dictionaries I’ve been looking at say that the primary definition is “immerse.” I also see a long standing tradition of “pouring” through out church history. Where do Lutherans get their definition […]

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Hi pastor, I have a question concerning the Greek word ‘hupakuo’. In your Greek Tuesday videos, you said that when we see that word translated as ‘obedience’ in English, we can substitute it with ‘believe’. But the online Greek Lexicons I checked showed it only to e translated as ‘to listen’, ‘to harken to a […]

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[youtube]ke6W77AUiG8[/youtube] Greek2sDay, CATALYZED, Luke 10:1-20, Apostleship, the Holy Office, Why Being Weak is Better, the chief end of mankind is throwing temper tantrums, a special treat is really coming, Belly Diving 35 Feet, Jesus and the Death Star (almost), my cool glasses, and even (yet more) technical problems and a fuzzy camera are unable to […]

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Dear WE team I realize as Lutherans we want to make absolutely sure that nothing is lost (or gained) in translating the Bible to English. Why does Rev. Fisk go back to the Greek language when it was originally written in Hebrew? Dear friend, Dear A: When you ask, “Why does Rev. Fisk go back […]

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