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The Importance of Grammar in Biblical Exegesis

By October 25, 2011April 12th, 2016Bible Study, Blog, Reading
Biblical Exegesis

Biblical Exegesis

“An evangelical believes that God humbled himself not only in the incarnation of the Son, but also in the inspiration of the Scriptures. The manger and the cross were not sensational. Neither are grammar and syntax. But that is how God chose to reveal himself. A poor Jewish peasant and a prepositional phrase have this in common; they are both human and both ordinary. That the poor peasant was God and prepositional phrase is the Word of God does not change this fact. Therefore, if God humbled himself to take on human flesh and to speak human language, woe to us if we arrogantly presume to ignore the humanity of Christ and the grammar of Scripture.” ~ John Piper, Biblical Exegesis

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