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Greetings! Thank you for coming to Exegetical Reflections. I hope some of the content will be helpful to you.

My name is Randy McKinion, and I am  a professor at Cedarville University.

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5 thoughts on “About”

  1. Randy,

    Would you comment on Proverbs 22:6. I’ve heard many use this verse as a promise to Christian parents that if they train up a child in the way they “should” go, that when they are older they won’t depart from the faith.

    I’ve also heard others say that this is a warning to parents that if they leave their children to their own sinful propensity, when they are older they will, indeed, never depart from it.

    How should this verse be interpreted? Is this a promise regarding Christian parenting or is this a warning for parents to intervene in their child’s wayward lifestyle?

    Mike

  2. Dr. Mckinion,

    Why is אֶהְיֶה translated “I AM” instead of “I will be” in Exodus 3:14?

    Kevin Yonker

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