If you’ve never used KITTLE, you’ve never done a true exegesis TRUE or FALSE?
Rick Wadholm Jr David M. Hinsen Henry Volk
Charles Page [12/03/2015 10:56 AM]
David M. Hinsen [12/03/2015 10:58 AM]
I’m not as brilliant as most on this page. I don’t know what KITTLE is.
Charles Page [12/03/2015 11:05 AM]
The Chinese speaking people must do an excellent job of exegesis without Kittel’s.
John Kissinger [12/03/2015 11:59 AM]
Charles Page can you point the group to the last good Chinese exegesis you read most recently? Rick Wadholm Jr Timothy Carter
Charles Page [12/03/2015 12:59 PM]
I can’t point you to a good English exegesis that I’ve read but I have a good friend who is fluent in Chinese and is an excellent Bible student of the primitive Baptist faith.
Timothy Carter [12/03/2015 2:39 PM]
Charles Page [12/03/2015 3:00 PM]
John Kissinger [12/03/2015 3:08 PM]
Theologians Under Hitler (Gerhard Kittel, Paul Althaus and Emanuel Hirsch) http://yalepress.yale.edu/book.asp?isbn=9780300038897
Charles Page [12/03/2015 3:30 PM]
German formed criticism
John Kissinger [12/03/2015 3:33 PM]
this one is for Glynn Brown #KJVonly http://www.jesus-is-savior.com/Bible/NIV/niv-nazi.htm
William Lance Huget [12/03/2015 4:11 PM]
It is a good resource, but not perfect, not necessary.
John Kissinger [12/03/2015 4:12 PM]
Rick Wadholm Jr [12/04/2015 12:54 AM]
It would be silly to presume Kittel is necessary for “true exegesis”. Can it help? Sure. Is it necessary? No.
John Kissinger [12/04/2015 8:14 PM]
Kittle + Dake + ? = The Holy Trinity of Bible Study Tools
John Kissinger [12/05/2015 6:13 AM]
When was last time commentators in this post have actually done exegesis? I know David M. Hinsen has 3 due this week alone 🙂