Introduction:  The Greek word sarx (translated flesh in the New Testament) has occasioned no small amount of philosophy and speculative theology. Misunderstanding "flesh" has also been responsible for many false doctrines. Some… Continue Reading

 Introduction: Our English word "happy" is simply defined as, "Fortunate or lucky…. cheerful…contented…characterized by or indicative of pleasure…." (Random House College Dictionary). The biblical presentation of "happy" is more… Continue Reading

 Introduction:  The word "church" appears to be derived from the Greek kuriakos, meaning belonging to the Lord. The Greek ekklesia and the Latin ecclesia are of particular interest. Ecclesia is the word from which we derive the… Continue Reading