Tag: Revisionist Arguments

Sexuality and Slavery – Part Four

In my previous post in this series I looked at the Greek word arsenokoites. We looked at what it’s literal meaning was, what the first century context of the word was and we explored a number of revisionist arguments about

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Beard Stroking Time Again

I’m currently working on the next two posts in my series on Sexuality and Slavery. If anyone has links to good revisionist arguments on either the Greek word malakoi OR revisionist arguments on Romans 1, could you please post them

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Sexuality and Slavery – Part Three

In my last post I looked at one specific example of how understanding the contemporary context of a passage can help discern its true meaning. We looked the use of the word pais in Matthew and Luke and saw how

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Sexuality and Slavery – Part One

I want to begin a series of posts looking at how Scripture approaches sexuality and slavery and to see whether the allegation that conservatives use two different exegetical principles has any basis. I’m going to begin by looking at one

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