Saturday, November 24, 2007

From Time to Time

I am a seminary student at Reformed Theological Seminary, and as such I have to write tons of paper, research papers, precises, monographes, exegesis papers, etc. Because of this, from time to time, I will be posting some of my papers here on the blog for our readers to enjoy.

The first paper I am going to post, lord willing, is my Greek exegesis paper. I wrote on Galatians 3:10 and focused on the Greek phrase e;rgwn no,mou . In addition to this, I interacted with the works of James D. G. Dunn. Dunn is a brilliant man! I rarely find myself agreeing with his conclusions, but he is still articulate and extremely gifted for academic studies.

I have not received this paper back from my professor, Guy Waters, but I am confident that it is of posting quality. Or at least it should be. I spent over 60 hours working on this paper, doing research, translating the Greek, doing word studies, diagramming the Greek text and on and on. The paper is over 20 pages, so it will not be posted all at once, but rather, I will post it section by section. I put a list of the sections below in order to wet your appetite. I hope you enjoy the fruits of my labor.

e;rgwn no,mou in the Pauline Corpus
Galatians 3:10
e;rgwn no,mou in the New Perspective


  1. You may want to post a link for your readers to a good Greek font so they can read the greek fonts you're using.

  2. The font is available from Bibleworks. I installed them just by opening Control Panel, then opening the "Fonts" control, and dragging the fonts into that "Fonts" folder. It works perfectly, so just follow this link here:

  3. Thank you. This is very helpful. Also, if you have trouble adding the fonts, please feel free to email either of us and we will be glad to help you with the installation process.


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