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Bill Mounce Video: Blogging and the Goal of Word Studies

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Bill reflects on the Monday with Mounce series and what's central to word studies.

"Word studies, second and third year Greek studies—if it doesn’t push forward to spiritual growth, in a very real sense it works against the Gospel, because it pictures a Gospel devoid of spiritual growth."  -Bill Mounce

 

Video #2: Oldie but a Goodie
In 2009 Bill talked about four books that "opened [him] up to the joy, and to having a deep heart satisfaction in Jesus." Watch Video

The books are A Theology of the New Testament, Knowing God, Don't Waste Your Life, and Surprised by the Power of the Spirit.

BillWilliam D. [Bill] Mounce posts every Monday about the Greek language, exegesis, and related topics at Koinonia. He is the author of numerous books, including the bestselling Basics of Biblical Greekand is the general editor for Mounce's Complete Expository Dictionary of the Old and New Testament Words. He served as the New Testament chair of the English Standard Version Bible translation, and is currently on the Committee for Bible Translation for the NIV. Learn more and visit Bill's blog (co-authored with scholar and his father Bob Mounce) at www.billmounce.com.

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