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an observation One thing impressive about this is that Dan came back to his flock and shared what he learned. I used to belong to a reformed Baptist church where the pastor, the other elder, and his cliquish friends in the church would go off to conferences like this, on the church budget, and it was little more than a theological vacation. As laity you'd never even know that they went, or who was there or what they learned, as they never bothered sharing (but it was no problem taking church funds to pay for the trip, the conferese, the lodging, etc.) Kudos to Dan for sharing and shepherding his flock with what he learned, as laity do like to know what elders learn from these type of conferences.
Good, but... Good summary of the conference, but the listeners would be better served by listening to the actual messages from the conference, as this is just a summary of what the principal speakers talked about.
Great Sermon! Thanks, that is very helpful. I appreciate your constant focus on actually understanding what God said and not "what it means to me."
You have opened my eyes to so much deeper teaching with your blog posts and when possible I listen to your preaching.
Great Sermon! Hi Steve, thanks for listening. Fair point. The 'immah is pleonastic in 3:6 (less so in v. 12) if it merely means
"in (general but non-spatial) relationship with her." You know? The pronominal suffix on le'ishah (to HER husband) already says that. So I take it as spatial, as the ESV does ("her husband who was with her"; cf. HCSB, NET, etc.). Hope that helps
Great Sermon! Hi Dan,
I enjoy listening to your sermons on-line. Good stuff! Had a question and comment about 'What Comes Next For Me?'
Do you consider Gen. 3:6 'with her' to be spatial or relational? From the sermon it sounds like you were saying spatially, that Adam was right there with Eve when the serpent was asking her questions and didn't intervene or do anything. I have always looked at this in relationship to 1 Tim. 2:14, 2 Cor. 11:3, to be 'relationally', not 'spatially'. Gen. 3:12 uses the same Hebrew phrasing as 3:6 when Adam says 'whom thou gavest to be 'with me'. Your thoughts?
Great Sermon! I praise and thank God for what I have learned from this sermon.
To excel more as believers is to: Abstain from sexual immorality and live sanctified life honorable to God, have self-control of the desire of the flesh and do not lose passion, think of the things that is pure,lovely,right, good repute,excellence and worthy of praise. And etc.