Archive for May 2014

The Truth About Alexander the Great

May 30th, 2014 | By

“Few modern historians accept Alexander’s greatness upon his military abilities alone, and none, certainly, upon the pomp which he acquired as Lord of Lords of the Persians and as Pharaoh, the god-king of Egypt. More noteworthy to them, as it was to many of his contemporaries, is Alexander’s surprising cosmopolitanism. By his colonization, Alexander spread
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Hunting for Key Words the Inductive Way

May 3rd, 2014 | By

To “whom” a biblical passage was directed, “what,” “when,” “where,” and “why” it was said is the inductive objective of the hermeneutic technique. Inductive reasoning involves logical analysis that draws conclusion from observable facts. The Word of God is a report, and God is its writer. So we must take it at face value if we believe what He says.