In order to have a meaningful discussion about Biblical issues, it is important that we define terms in the same way. Nothing is more frustrating than trying to communicate with someone who uses the same terms that we do, but defines them differently. It often eliminates whatever linguistic parity that might make our conversation worthwhile.

This is clearly the case when a Christian with a Western (or Greek) World-view and a Jew with a Jewish World-view discuss the Bible. It is not only analogous to the problem that two people who speak two different languages have when they try to communicate with one another—in this case, it is more like it would be if those same two people were from two different planets.

So, many of our Blogs will attempt to shed light on these differences so that it is possible, after everything is all said and done, to find common ground.

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