Bill Mounce

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Be a Man! (Ps 27:13–14)
Bible Contradiction: Annas or Caiaphas?
Bible Contradiction: How Many Times did Peter Deny Knowing Jesus?
Bible Contradiction: Is Your Interpretation Correct?
Bible Contradiction: Jesus' Genealogies are Different
Bible Contradiction: Matthew’s Citation of Jeremiah (Matt 27:9)
Bible Contradiction: Mt. Sinai or Mt. Horeb?
Bible Contradiction: Prophecy of Judas' Death
Bible Contradiction: Sinful Woman? (Luke 7:36-50)
Bible Contradiction: Staff or No Staff?
Bible Contradiction: The Woman who Poured Perfume on Jesus
Bible Contradiction: Was Cornelius's Vision 3 or 4 Days Earlier? (Acts 10:30)
Bible Contradictions: Annas or Caiaphas (John 18:13)
Bible Contradictions: Are Children Punished for the Sins of their Parents?
Bible Translators Often Alter the Order of the Greek Phrases (1 Thess 2:14)
Biblical Contradictions: Jesus' Genealogy
Biblical Languages as a Spiritual Discipline
Blog #1 from Nepal
Blog #2 from India
Bug Splats on the Windshield
Can a word be a punctuation mark? (Matt 1:18)
Can an elder be divorced (1 Tim 3:2)?
Can an Individual Interpret Scripture (2 Pet 1:20)?
Can Cornelius and Luke tell Time? (Acts 10:30)
Can Greek Grammar Be Wrong? (Rom 6:10)
Can Jesus Sanctify Himself?
Can the Future mean “Should” (Malachi 2:6)
Can the Imperfect Not be Continuous?
Can the Singular “Man” Refer to Mankind in General?
Can Women Braid their Hair? (1 Tim 2:9)
Can Women Only Work at Home? (Titus 2:5)
Can you have a “twice Sabbath” (Luke 18:12)?
Can You Just Cast your Anxiety on Jesus? (1 Pet 5:7)
Can you not sin? (1 John 3:6)
Can You Put a Ring on Your Hand? (χείρ)
Can you remember what happened 30 years ago?
Can εἰ μή mean “but” (John 3:13)
Can “or” mean “and”? (1 Thess 2:19)
Can “Yes” and “Although” mean the same thing (Rom 1:21)?
Change and Baptism
Changed People Lived Changed Lives
Changing the Order of Greek Phrases (Rom 8:28)
Christ’s Death and Our Justification (Rom 4:25)
Clarity or Ambiguity? (John 1:13)
Classical and Koine on “New”
Commas and Meaning, and are Your Elders Biblical? (Acts 20:28)
Commas, Commas, Commas (2 Tim 1:3)
Common Sense in Translation (Acts 7:18)
Common Sense in Translation (Acts 7:18)