Perkins, Dustin C3

Perkins, Dustin C3 - THEO 201 Dustin Perkins Theo 201 S02...

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THEO 201 Dustin Perkins Theo 201 S02 Spring 08 Critique #3 Critique of The Confusion of Tongues by Richard Bellshaw Critique Mr. Bellshaw’s article as a whole is both well formulated and well written, with exception to the occasional spelling and grammatical error, which could be attributed to a source separate from the author. The flow of his paper was fluid enough to allow for ease of reading and comprehension, but seemed balanced enough to eliminate any potential bias. The author’s reference to the most applicable scripture for the subject is admirable, although his use of such broad sections of Acts (i.e. Acts 10:1-11:18 when the main section focused primarily around Acts 10:46) seemed to be a bit superfluous. His exegetical analysis of the original usage of the Greek use of “tongue” was not only quite helpful in fully comprehending the substance of his work, but also quite thorough in the accuracy of the dual meaning of the word. Two negatives I drew from the paper is a lack of
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2009 for the course THEO 201 taught by Professor Etzel during the Spring '08 term at Liberty.

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Perkins, Dustin C3 - THEO 201 Dustin Perkins Theo 201 S02...

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