Category Archives: translation

Paradosis: Teaching or Tradition?

by John Greene It’s annoying really – why so many intelligent people continually and intentionally misrepresent the meaning of things, even down to a word. Make no mistake, there is always a reason, and you shouldn’t be surprised. The world … Continue reading

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The Obsession with Martyrdom

by John Greene Groups of people within many cultures are inclined toward giving special honor, even worshiping those that have lost their lives in the fight for a noble cause. Many professed Christians also do the same. What does scripture … Continue reading

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Disciples: His Showbread Walking Out His Righteousness

by John and Ruth Greene There an expression that the original authors and the text of scripture use for what a disciple [Christian] is. For the most part, this understanding has been covered over by Bible translators of the past. … Continue reading

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