In a podcast entitled Biblical Languages – Who Need ‘Em?! two experienced pastors discuss whether or not pastors need to learn the Biblical languages, as well as the positive and negative implications of such study. The podcast was uploaded earlier today, along with this description:

Biblical Languages – Who Need ‘Em?!

In which Mr. Geer and Mr. Alligood discuss the study of biblical languages and the delights and dangers of such study.

You may listen here. Or to obtain a copy for your future listening, simply “right click” the link and “Save As,” or whatever your computation machine requires.

Here is some information about these two pastors:

Garry Geer – Garry is the pastor of Calvary Baptist Bible Church in Peoria, IL. While Garry is proud of being from Texas, he still counts himself blessed having lived the last few decades in the Midwest. He and his wife, Joy, are raising four kids who range from college age to elementary. They are also accompanied by a continually changing menagerie gathered by the children. Garry graduated from Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary.

Jason Alligood – Jason has been an elder and the Teaching Pastor of Fellowship Bible Church in Peoria, IL since November, 2012. He and his wife Amber were married in 1997 and have three children: Jonah, Karis and Aubrey. Jason holds a master’s degree in Bible and Theology from Calvary Theological Seminary in Kansas City and a bachelor’s degree in Bible and Student Ministries from Moody Bible Institute in Chicago.

I recommend listening to this practical and informative discussion between two friends and fellow pastors.

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