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Exegetical Fallacies: The Word Study Fallacy

By William D. Barrick

When it comes to studying Scripture, word studies are popular, easily obtained from available resources and an easy way to procure sermon content. However, word studies are also subject to radical extrapolations and erroneous applications. It is not always possible to strike exegetical gold by extracting a word from the text for close examination. Word studies alone will not suffice.

 

 

 

Read the entire article here.

Today’s post is adapted from Dr. Barrick’s longer article for The Master’s Seminary Journal. The full article can be read here.

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