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Original Languages Study Group

To facilitate the study of the original languages and textual criticism issues of the Bible and other early writings of the Jews and early Christians.
Jun 11, 2013
Chris Maynard commented on Wilson Hines's group Original Languages Study Group
"How do you read Jesus' question in Luke 6:32? I am used to "what credit is it to you?" (e.g. NIV) and the English versions I have looked at are somewhat similar.  But the word is "charis", not like the…"
Apr 4, 2013

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The Eulogy of my Bible

Posted on January 14, 2009 at 9:09pm 1 Comment

This is a story that is not only true, but painfully true. I am writing about it as some vehicle of finding sympathetic therapy. I am also writing this, not as if anybody would actually read the whole thing, but to have all of these memories brought to the surface so they are not lost forever. Finally, to the reasoning as they will be here for my children and grand children. I only have scraps of scribble from one of my Grand Fathers life.



One day on a shelf in Clinton,… Continue

New to Theologica, but not new to Ning

Posted on August 4, 2008 at 3:05pm 2 Comments

This is fantastic. Christians, especially thought provoking Christians, need a place to come with the power of Ning on their side. I have been involved in another community in the coffee industry since they started their community several months ago. It is called the Barista Exchange. That website has already been written about by the Wall Street Journal, Time (I think) and a few other media outlets. So, Theologica, your next on the media circuit!… Continue

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At 4:43pm on January 2, 2010, Jason said…
Thanks for be-friending me. I didn't realize that we had not already done so.
At 3:35pm on November 19, 2009, Lisa Robinson said…
Thank you for that encouragement. I really needed it today. Sometimes I get accused of being too intellectual so its good to know when it actually motivates someone to think more deeply about their faith.
At 12:52am on September 30, 2008, Leslie Jebaraj said…
Wilson, for some sovereign reason, I happen to live in the safest of all places in India ... Chennai (Tamil Nadu). I do not experientially know what is persecution, except for some verbal jabs from folk I try and dialog with. And it was heart-wrenching to see (via video the other day in our office) our own brothers and sisters suffer so much. And all because of mis-understandings, not only about Christianity, but about Hinduism. As you may know, Hinduism is not the original religion of India. It came here from Babylon. These un-educated radical Hindus, not knowing history, go about creating such misery for these precious children of God. However, it wa so touching to see these persecuted Christians (in the video) to worship our Lord Jesus amidst the rubble of their church buildings and homes. Please continue to pray for India. This great land is in the clutches of ignorance, which is a good soil for satanic 'silent' activities.
At 9:54am on September 8, 2008, John J Travers III said…
Thank you,

I am a beginning Greek student and thought I could find wisdom and help with the group
At 10:22pm on August 23, 2008, Bishop.JACOB.C.CHACKO said…

At 11:50am on August 8, 2008, Michael Patton said…
I am not sure Wilson. I really don't keep up with these things. We have quite a few moderators who do though. You can report it as an issue by going to the "report issue" at the bottom of the page on Theologica. Thanks so much for bringing this up my friend. Have a great weekend.
At 11:43am on August 6, 2008, Wilson Hines said…
Ahh Bro. Jacob, you need to post those prayer request. They are very serious. Sometimes we (in the USA) forget how great we have it here on our shores.
Are you in the "Prayer Group" here on Theologica? I would hope that you would be. That link is to a topic I posted about the N.Y.C Noon Prayer Meeting that took place back in the late 1850's. We need that kind of prayer going on. Read the summary on Amazon. If you don't own the book the summary will get to your soul.
Since many people don't own the book, I may start doing "summaries" of chapters. Maybe it will start something big.
At 10:48am on August 6, 2008, Bishop.JACOB.C.CHACKO said…

There is so much work to be done
because the time of salvation is now, the time of mission is now, the time of prayer is now, the time of going and sending is now, the time of giving is now , and the time of decision is now ,yes tomorrow is not of us but GOD.
We are in need of you and your prayrer and fellowship to reach out not only in our nation but nations around us.
Together in Mission
Daisy and jacob
Founders of Missions Asia
jacob@missionsasia.org
At 10:07am on August 6, 2008, Bishop.JACOB.C.CHACKO said…

PRAISE GOD WHO MADE US FRIENDS
YOU ARE IN OUR PRAYERS
DAISY AND JACOB
Jacob@missionsasia.org
At 9:50am on August 5, 2008, Leslie Jebaraj said…
Wilson, how I wish I could attend DTS. In fact, I desire to do a course on apologetics there. Most of my fav authors are from DTS, and I am not that surprised you found me out. Bock, Wallace, Swindoll, Ramesh Richard, Zuck, Pentecost, are the ones who 'teach' me through their writings. However, I as soon as I saw your comment, I told my wife that you must really smart to spot my interests!

And Wilson, I discovered about 'vertical' grace through Chuck's book on grace. Everytime I get a chance, I encourage fellow-Christians to get hold a copy, if they still haven't.

Thanks for your encouraging comment. And you have a great day!
 
 
 

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