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Is the Septuagint a Reliable Guide for New Testament Exegesis?

Cory M. Marsh| Associate Professor of Bible and Theology | Southern California Seminary   Is the Septuagint a Reliable Guide for New Testament Exegesis?     The purpose of this series is to demonstrate the Septuagint’s value as a reliable and applicable guide for modern day biblical exegesis. This is considered especially important as it relates …

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Attitudes Towards Death in Greco-Roman and Early Christian Cultures

By Dr. Jeremiah Mutie, PhD | A Five Part Series on Attitudes Towards Death in Greco-Roman and Early Christian Cultures   Introduction Death is one of the most intriguing aspects of life. Since the beginning of mankind, death has wrapped itself in all kinds of deep mysteries because of this simple fact: dead people do …

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Why Different Words?

Why Different Words? By Professor Ward Crocker, Southern California Seminary | Re-posted from the Family Apologia Blog “Why do some Bible translations have different words for the same verse?” Underlying this excellent question is a subtle doubt as to the trustworthy nature of the biblical text. It is important to be prepared to help youth think …

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