Rich on “God Told Me to Preach… Jon Gleason on Happy Feast of Purim! Jon Gleason on Isaiah’s Amazing Cyrus P… Jon Gleason on Shall We Clap? Jon Gleason on A Proverb for Today — Proverbs… Jon Gleason on Zerubbabel and the Genealogies… Jon Gleason on The Genealogies of Christ… Justin Digney on Happy Feast of Purim! hi inseel on Isaiah’s Amazing Cyrus P… Gareth Beggan on Shall We Clap? Annie on A Proverb for Today — Proverbs… LeEric S Marvin on Zerubbabel and the Genealogies…
Tag Archives: etymology
Paul was describing a spiritual vitality, living and life-giving, which is not at all limited to the original autographs but exists even in accurate translations. Continue reading
We can’t entirely trust the way a word was derived to tell us its meaning, but it probably (in this case) provides strong clues. Based on derivation, the Greek word theopneustos (“given by inspiration of God”) has a meaning related to “breathed by God.” It is indicating something about the divine origin of the Scriptures — they came from God. To find if there is more to its meaning than that as we look at II Timothy 3:16, we’ll have to look for other clues, which we’ll do in my next post.