John Gerstner famously wrote that every man must be a theologian, or at least an amateur theologian. In other words, theology is every ones’ business, not just the theologians.’ Might we similarly say, in today’s educated world, that more of us should acquaint ourselves with the biblical languages? Certainly the Church needs biblical language specialists.
Many students and teachers have experienced a lack of relationship and community both in traditional classrooms and in distance education. However, as social beings, and those who have been made in the image of God (Who lives in community), our educational experiences should be a reflection of who we are in community. It’s not surprising