Stanley E. Porter and Andrew Pitts - písti? Word Groups outside of the New Testament and the písti? X?isto? Debate

Stanley E. Porter and Andrew Pitts - písti? Word Groups outside of the New Testament and the písti? X?isto? Debate
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A session from the 66th Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society with the theme, "Ecclesiology" - Held November 19-21, 2014, in San Diego, CA. This session includes both Stanley E. Porter and Andrew Pitts.

Stanley E. Porter Dr. Stanely Porter is the President and Professor of New Testament of McMaster Divinity College. His publications include 28 authored books and over 300 authored journal articles and chapters, along with over a hundred other shorter pieces; he has also edited over 90 volumes. Stan has a wide range of academic specialties. These include Greek language and linguistics, hermeneutics and various methods... read more

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