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Studying the Beatitudes (with a Little Help from the Greek)

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The Sermon on the Mount is perhaps the most famous of all of Jesus’ teachings, and the beatitudes in particular have come to be some of the best-known and best-loved verses in the whole of the New Testament.

Christians have much to gain from a deep study of these passages, and our guest today is going to give us some insight into how our study of these verses (and all the New Testament) can benefit from a knowledge of Greek.

Ryan Martin is the man behind Kairos Classroom, which provides online, live instruction in biblical Greek and Hebrew.

On this episode we examine the language of the beatitudes and gain greater insight into Jesus’ teaching by understanding more about His words in the original Greek. We’ll talk about what it means to be “blessed” – how we are to rightly understand biblical meekness, and how we can avoid common mistakes when using language tools like dictionaries when studying Scripture.

At the end, we’ll discuss how you can better equip yourself to dive deeper into your study of Scripture.
This episode will inspire you to see the Scriptures through a new lens and perhaps even embark on the rewarding journey of learning Greek or Hebrew yourself.
See how you can begin your study of Greek with Kairos Classroom and get 10% off your first course with promo code THEOLOGY: ReasonableTheology.org/Greek
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The Sermon on the Mount is perhaps the most famous of all of Jesus’ teachings, and the beatitudes in particular have come to be some of the best-known and best-loved verses in the whole of the New Testament.

Christians have much to gain from a deep study of these passages, and our guest today is going to give us some insight into how our study of these verses (and all the New Testament) can benefit from a knowledge of Greek.

Ryan Martin is the man behind Kairos Classroom, which provides online, live instruction in biblical Greek and Hebrew.

On this episode we examine the language of the beatitudes and gain greater insight into Jesus’ teaching by understanding more about His words in the original Greek. We’ll talk about what it means to be “blessed” – how we are to rightly understand biblical meekness, and how we can avoid common mistakes when using language tools like dictionaries when studying Scripture.

At the end, we’ll discuss how you can better equip yourself to dive deeper into your study of Scripture.
This episode will inspire you to see the Scriptures through a new lens and perhaps even embark on the rewarding journey of learning Greek or Hebrew yourself.
See how you can begin your study of Greek with Kairos Classroom and get 10% off your first course with promo code THEOLOGY: ReasonableTheology.org/Greek
Subscribe to our newsletter at ReasonableTheology.org/Subscribe for the latest updates and resources, including articles, theological definitions, artistic depictions, musical selections, and book recommendations to build your library. Support the show and expand your understanding of theology one email at a time.

If you enjoy the sermons and written works of CH Spurgeon, check out the all-new CHSpurgeon.com Here you'll find sermon audio as well as resources by and about the Prince of Preachers.

Get the newsletter at ReasonableTheology.org/Subscribe. The weekly email includes:

  • the latest article or podcast episode
  • a helpful theological definition
  • a painting depicting a scene from Scripture or church history
  • a musical selection to enrich your day
  • the best book deal I've found that week to build your library.
Support the show

GET THE NEWSLETTER
Each edition of the Reasonable Theology newsletter contains my latest article or podcast episode PLUS:

  • A Theological Word or Phrase Explained Quickly and Clearly
  • A Painting Depicting a Scene from Scripture or Church History
  • Audio of a Hymn or other Musical Selection to Enjoy
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