Because “If” Makes No “Since”

Authorial intent is not simply the “fact” of the matter but also the “heart” of the matter. The author “intends” to reach the heart of the reader and often employs a variety of linguistic styles to do this. Denigrating or even ignoring this part of God’s Word tends to neglect the “heart” behind the truth.

The Greek Participle: Determining its Use.

Today we take a look at the Greek participle. Dr. Crocker developed these tables to aid his students in determining the use of the Greek Participle. Dr. Crocker will frequently blog in this spot to aid students and those hoping to keep up with Greek after school. For those wanting to learn Greek, check out


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