I was able to capture my final greek exegesis presentation this week. After three long semesters, my work in the Greek language is only beginning.

I would greatly appreciate your feedback and critiques on the presentation!

My passage was on 1 Timothy 6:2b-5, which I translated as the following:

“Teach and encourage these things. If anyone teaches a different doctrine and does not devote himself to the healthy words of our Lord Jesus Christ and the teaching in accordance with godliness, he is conceited, understanding nothing, but instead he has sick cravings for debate and disputes about words, out of which is produced envy, discord, reviling slander, suspicion, wicked evil and constant friction among the corrupted minds of men who are being deprived of the truth, believing that godliness is a means of gain.”

A link to my Powerpoint being used: Presentation

 

 



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