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For C.S. Lewis, the acclaimed Christian apologist and author, a permanent sense of longing characterized his deepest held beliefs about Christianity. He identified this feeling with the idea of sehnsucht, a German word meaning “longing” or “desire”. Sehnsucht appeared in many of Lewis’ favorite works of literature, including Norse mythology, the poems of Wordsworth, and the children’s stories of George Macdonald. It was “that unnameable something, desire for which pierces us like a rapier at the smell of a bonfire, the sound of wild ducks flying overhead, the title of The Well at the World’s End, the opening lines of Kubla Khan, the morning cobwebs in late summer, or the noise of falling waves.”
Study Bibles are great resources for quick information on a passage, especially when you’re reading for personal devotions. But what happens when your favorite study Bible doesn’t come in your preferred translation? If you use the print version, you’re stuck with the versions made available by the publisher. But with Logos, you can link your favorite translation with your favorite study Bible notes, creating your own customized study Bible. In this video, one of our Logos Pros shows you how it’s done. Check it out.
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When we study words and events in Scripture, we need to study them within their original context. This doesn’t just mean reading verses before and after our passage, it also means interpreting the words in light of the world in which they were written. This world includes the historical, cultural, and yes, even geographical contexts.
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Exploring biblical-language grammars is an essential step in biblical exegesis. After all, if we don’t correctly understand the way the words in a passage fit together to communicate meaning, then we risk misunderstanding the passage altogether.
Virtually every volume written on the exegetical process includes syntactical analysis.
But how are we to identify significant syntactical issues within a biblical passage? Even if you’ve studied Greek and Hebrew in seminary, you know that it doesn’t take long before all the minutiae of a foreign language’s grammar becomes a distant memory. You could dust off the cover of an old grammar, read it completely, and apply what you’ve learned to the passage you’re studying. Even if you had the time to do this, that doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll be able to catch everything.
And what if you simply don’t know Greek or Hebrew, but want insight into the biblical languages?
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