Casuistic and apodictic: part 4: Is it a Matthew thing?

It is about time I finished this casuistry thing (unless any of you know different), but first I think I should show that this approach to Scripture is not just a Matthew thing, but does indeed come from Jesus.

We’ll look at a neat case from Mark 7.

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2 Responses to Casuistic and apodictic: part 4: Is it a Matthew thing?

  1. I’m loving all this Tim; thanks so much for putting it up for everyone to access!

  2. tim says:

    No worries! Now I no longer have a full-time ministry this, other writing, occasional teaching as a visitor and stuff at church like running Know and Love Your Bible alongside Alpha (for people who are a step beyond Alpha but need a bit more) replace working at Carey.

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