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Preaching the Epistle of James

Preaching the Epistle of James For this weekend edition of the Daily Dose of Greek, we invite you to listen in to an interview with Dr. Plummer on preaching the epistle of James (originally aired as Episode 174 on Dr. Jason Allen’s “Preaching and Preachers” podcast)....

Resurrection Sunday 1 Corinthians 15:3-4

In today's special weekend edition video, Dr. Plummer directs our focus to the death and resurrection of Christ in 1 Corinthians 15. Vimeo Video https://vimeo.com/406037706   YouTube Video: 

When was Quirinius governor of Syria (Luke 2:2)?

According to some historians, Luke got the chronology wrong about when Quirinius was governor of Syria. Today, we repost a recent episode of Three Chords and the Truth: An Apologetics Podcast, in which Dr. Robert Plummer joins Dr. Timothy Paul Jones and Garrick Bailey...

Liquid Futures, Philippians 1:25

In today’s weekend feature, Dr. Plummer reviews some fundamentals of liquid verbs and looks at a liquid future in Philippians 1:25.   https://vimeo.com/336231750

Imperatival Future, Matthew 22:37-39

In today’s weekend video, we look at the use of the future tense in Greek to convey a request or command—the imperatival future.   https://vimeo.com/336231702

Theology and the Gender of Nouns, πνευμα

In today’s weekend feature, Dr. Plummer warns against the danger of doing theology based on the gender of Greek nouns. He discusses the application of this point to the noun πνευμα (Spirit).   https://vimeo.com/336231812

εἶπεν, λέγει, ἐλάλησεν

In today’s weekend edition, Dr. Plummer looks at the nuances of three Greek verbs that describe speech: εἶπεν, λέγει, ἐλάλησεν.   https://vimeo.com/336231906

Dr. William Varner on Acts 1:8

Today, we are happy to have Dr. William Varner of The Master’s University doing a guest screencast on Acts 1:8.  Enjoy!   https://vimeo.com/364143714

John, ὁ βαπτίζων (Mark 6:14)

Dr. Plummer uses a participial referehttps://vimeo.com/336231730nce to John, ὁ βαπτίζων (Mark 6:14), to review some characteristics of present participles.   https://vimeo.com/336231730

2 Corinthians 12:7, Why a Present Subjunctive

When Paul says that the thorn in his flesh was given “to torment” him, he employs a present tense subjunctive for the verb κολαφίζω (torment, strike, beat). Why?   https://vimeo.com/336231966

1 John 1:1, NLT vs. NASB

The NLT and NASB are both very good modern English Bible translations, but their renderings of 1 John 1:1 are different. Is there any loss of meaning in reordering the Greek text of 1 John 1:1 to make it more readable in modern English?  ...

Colossians 2:11, The Circumcision of Christ

A student came up to me during a class break and asked, “How does Jesus’ circumcision as an 8-day old boy impact our salvation?” He was reading Colossians 2:11. Does the text of Colossians 2:11 speak to that issue?   https://vimeo.com/336231637

Why Aorist Imperatives in the Lord’s Prayer

Have you ever noticed that all of the imperatives (requests) in the Lord’s Prayer are in the aorist tense? In today’s weekend edition, we explore the reasons for this pattern.   https://vimeo.com/336231839

5 Minues in Church History Podcast

Dr. Plummer is a big fan of micro-learning, or learning in bite-size chunks. Today, he recommends a Weekly 5-minute podcast on church history, www.5minutesinchurchhistory.com. The episode from February 20, 2019, “The 3 Foot Manuscript,” is about the famous Greek...


LXX - Will Ross https://vimeo.com/173681011

2 Cor 13-12

2 Corinthians 13:12 https://vimeo.com/203538121  

1 Thes 4-18

1 Thess 4:18 - Eschatology - Hutchison https://vimeo.com/199412873

2 Cor 12-15

2 Corinthians 12:15 https://vimeo.com/199412847

2 Cor 13-11

2 Cor 13:11-12 https://vimeo.com/162095079

Easter 2016

1 Corinthians 15:3-4 Easter 2016 https://vimeo.com/160300425


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