An interview with Sean McDowell on the topic of homosexuality (:10), and a visit to the Faithlife Language Lab with Dr. Steve Runge on Greek prepositions (7:35).
Learn how to talk about homosexuality from Sean McDowell
Get equipped to respond truthfully and graciously to the topic of homosexuality and to those who are a part of the LGBT community. Sean McDowell examines some of the preliminary issues, such as whether or not homosexuality is a gospel issue, whether or not homosexuality is the “unforgiveable sin,” and why many people have adopted the revisionist view of homosexuality. Gain profound insight and practical advice while applying biblical evidence to common objections to pertinent passages in Genesis, Romans, and 1 Corinthians.
Approach God’s design for marriage thoughtfully
Sean McDowell and John Stonestreet believe a thoughtful approach to God’s design for marriage is the answer to both questions. The key is not a contentious attitude toward those who believe in same-sex marriage, but a winsome perspective that is faithful to Christ, committed to truth, and shaped by a love for God and others. Christians need to know that because Christ has risen, all hope is not lost. They are still called to engage culture— even if they view other people’s beliefs as wrong, illegal, or intolerant.
Interested in studying the original Greek?
The history of the Greek text of the New Testament reads like an adventure novel. From the original composition of these texts to the present day, they have been perpetually copied, heavily utilized, beautifully illustrated, secretly hidden, burned, buried, translated, printed, and analyzed.
Studying the original language of the New Testament can bring deeper meaning to the words that we read today. We’ve developed a guide to help you learn about critical texts, codices, manuscripts, and other Greek texts, and which might be most suited for your study. Study the original Greek just like Dr. Runge for more profound insights into the Word of God.
Check out the guide for more information.