Mistakes in exegesis and eisegesis

There are many mistakes in exegesis. One of the commonest is to substitute eisegesis for exegesis. One's opinion is not exegesis. Exactly what constitutes eisegesis remains a source of debate among theologians, but most scholars agree about the importance of determining the intention of the original penman as a basis for exegesis. One of the …

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Copyrighting our language

Language barriers and language battles are very real features of modern society. Now Google is taking over our alphabet.  The world famous search engine company is rebranding itself as Alphabet.  Can Alphabet be seriously trademarked? Will others be allowed to use the same name? Walt Disney once tried to get Dr Donald Duck, a Scottish …

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