J. Kent Edwards
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- How do you interpret Hosea 11:1? In context It looks like Hosea is talking about Israel the nation, and the Exodus. But yet Matthew 2:15 says Hosea was referring to Jesus, a meaning that looks to be totally unrelated to what the author meant. This does not look like a different application of the verse but a totally different meaning than what the author originally meant.
- You have written & taught about narrative preaching & we are all likely most familiar with preaching from the Epistles. Are you able to recommend any specific resources that explain how sermons based on a passage of Biblical poetry can preserve a "basic poetic form"?CM102 Invitation to Biblical Preaching I: Theological, Historical, and Pragmatic Reasons for Preachingly be of any significance to help us. Luckily, we can filter this list down to events that fit particular subjects or names of significant people. For our purposes
- Can I do subject and complement with NT narrative and parables or is there something difrent about them