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“Spiritual death is an inability to respond in faith or obedience to matters relating to God” (Page 105)
“QUESTION—To what does the neuter pronoun τοῦτο ‘this’ refer?” (Page 132)
“The apostles and prophets themselves constitute the foundation, as founders of churches” (Page 181)
“This noun suggests either absence of purpose or the failure to attain any true purpose” (Page 345)
“The church is to be the instrument by which he is to exercise universal power [MNTC].” (Page 98)
This series offers endless exegetical assistance…summarizing the major exegetical issues in interpretation… [It includes] comprehensive analysis of the raw data of the text.