Help me, PLEAASSSEEEE
Can I ask a favour?
I’ve just wound up my exegesis of 1 Cor 7:32-35, and, because I’ve been getting myself into a muddle with it for far too long, I find it hard to step back and know if my argument makes any sense. It could be a big pile of pants – and that isn’t a nice suspicion to have.
So, if you fancy reading a .pdf of that section of my exegesis and telling me if it makes sense, or if I’ve simply used far too many words to say what could have been asserted in fewer, or if my exegesis is a steaming pile of raving nonsense, then click here to download.
(P.S. By all means point out typos, but it has not been properly proof-read so their may be many – it’s the big argument I’m concerned about. And if the Greek font doesn’t display, let me know. Plus, if you feel, in order to make any comments, you need to know my bigger argument to frame this individual exegetical struggle, then drop me an e- mail).