Plutarch and θεόπνευστος

In a recent conversation, one which I’m not going to link to because, well, every challenge presented, even in the


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


The Titus-Timothy hypothesis

First, I am generally conservative when it comes to biblical authorship. Because of this, I assume that the reason that

New Testament

Thoughts on Onesiphorus

Remember this post? Well, it gave way to this post. On the first post, Wb made a comment which has

New Testament

Did the Apostle Paul pray for the Dead?

This is meant as interaction and discussion: Andrew has given us several great links, but frankly, while I am more

New Testament

1st Thessalonians 3.1-3: The Synergistic Minister

Therefore, when we could no longer endure it, we thought it good to be left in Athens alone, and sent


Timothy – An Example to Youth

Robertson: Timothy (Timotheos). Apparently a native of Lystra (“there,” ekei), his Hebrew mother named Eunice and grandmother Lois (2Timothy 1:5)