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  • Re: Greek interpretation of Romans 1: 26-28

    David Paul: Thanks for your input. Unfortunately, I cannot look him in the eye, we are in a blog on the "net." I think the blog is coming to a close-they keep beating the same "dead horse." Going to these blogs really test your knowledge. You have to keep civil even when the waves get rough. But, it's fun. Thanks again my friend. May Christ be with
    Posted to General by Daniel Presley on Wed, May 18 2011
  • Re: Greek interpretation of Romans 1: 26-28

    Jack Caviness: Thanks for your reply. I have been keeping this more on a scholarly level than a condemnation level. Hopefully they will see their thinking is wrong on the interpretation of text. I have a friend who is excellent with Apologetics and has done very well in stumping the stars (homosexuals), but neither of us are experienced in Greek, that
    Posted to General by Daniel Presley on Wed, May 18 2011
  • Re: Greek interpretation of Romans 1: 26-28

    Bootjack: Thanks for your reply. Much consideration has been into what you have said. I am gratefull for your thoughts. May Christ be with you always. Dan
    Posted to General by Daniel Presley on Wed, May 18 2011
  • Re: Greek interpretation of Romans 1: 26-28

    L. Goodwin: Thanks for the time you have put into this. I have gathered much information from your work to use in my arguments against homosexuality. Thank you for your time and efforts. May Christ be with you always. Dan
    Posted to General by Daniel Presley on Wed, May 18 2011
  • Re: Greek interpretation of Romans 1: 26-28

    Keep Smiling 4 Jesus: Thanks for your time, help and suggestions. I do have Logos 4 Study edition. But, it's just so much wiser for me to seek help with people who are more experience than I am in Greek. I have been adding books to my collection, but not Greek. Foreign language just wasn't in my ally. I thinks mine does have some Greek and Hebrew but
    Posted to General by Daniel Presley on Wed, May 18 2011
  • Re: Greek interpretation of Romans 1: 26-28

    George Somsel: Thanks for your reply, it was helpfull. May Christ be with you always. Dan
    Posted to General by Daniel Presley on Wed, May 18 2011
  • Re: Greek interpretation of Romans 1: 26-28

    BKMitchell: Thanks for your post, it was very helpfull. Actually, many post here have been helpfull. I do have Logos 4 Study edition. It does have Greek and Hebrew, however, I have all that I can handle in the English format, so, I leave that up to people who have spent considerable time studying the Greek and Hebrew. God just made us different-I guess
    Posted to General by Daniel Presley on Wed, May 18 2011
  • Greek interpretation of Romans 1: 26-28

    Currently I'm not into Greek and may never be. So, I bring my case here for help. I am in discussion on Romans 1: 26-28. I take the verses for what they say from the King James Bible. But I have someone telling me that my interpretetion is wrong, and that in Greek context, the verses pertain to temple worship only, that it' doesn't pertain to the real
    Posted to General by Daniel Presley on Wed, May 11 2011
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