Bible Translation

On γαρ’d

Douglas Campbell’s Deliverance of God has generated lots of discussion, especially on Romans 1:18-32. The γαρ in 1:18 has been a problem for

Mark

Palam, Aperte, Silentium – Something Hidden in Plain Sight? (The Gospel of Mark)

I briefly made use of this in my book, but it bears more examination and given the question I was

Rhetoric

Aristotle on the Poet as Creator

For this reason poetry is something more scientific and serious than history, because poetry tends to give general truths while

Rhetoric

The Historical Pompey v. The Historical Jesus

First, I’m not going to get into the full discussion – I will side with McGrath because I happen to

Rhetoric

What does Plutarch have to do with Deutero-Pauline?

Plutarch (46 – 120 AD) records that the great orator Gorgias delivered a speech to the Greeks regarding concord, a

Rhetoric

Kennedy, Rhetoric and Romans

One of the striking images which Kennedy paints is by the brush of ]], upon whose canvas the picture of

Rhetoric

Stowers, Protreptic Rhetoric and Romans

Paul’s Epistle to the Romans is a much heralded work to which has been contributed the greatest theological revolutions, from

Rhetoric

More thoughts on Seneca and Paul

Narrowing it down to Romans only, the idea that the Law is human weakness can be compared to the Seneca’s