Word Study: Baptism

Word Study: Baptism In the language of the New Testament, the word of baptism and its various uses is “baptidzo”.  Its most direct meaning is, “to be immersed in or with” something.  Most often, baptism is associated with water baptism, the Christian ordinance given...

Interpretive Methods

Interpretive Methods According to 2 Peter 1:19-21, the Holy Spirit is the Divine Author of Scripture.  It is He Who inspired the human writers to record His words, using their vocabularies, purposes, and writing styles.  The primary goal, then, is to discover what the...

Word Study Principles

Word Study Principles Word studies are good and profitable in searching out the Truths of Scripture. Word studies are time consuming and sometimes tedious.  Stay with it and you will be surprised at the beauty and complexity of the Word of God. I.  Fundamental issues...

Example of Study Principles from Acts 17:11

Example of Study Principles from Acts 17:11 Acts 17:11  “These were more noble than those in Thessalonica, in that they received the word with all readiness of mind, and searched the scriptures daily, whether those things were so.” Context:  Paul and his companions...

Fundamental Principles

Fundamental Principles of Study 1.  God communicated to people in written form; 2.  The Holy Spirit communicated through chosen men using Word and vocabulary; 3.  Words have specific meaning; 4.  Grammar is necessary to construct sentences, paragraphs, and to convey...
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