Carson, Exegetical Fallacies, $3 sale

February 19, 2014

Amazon is currently selling the Kindle edition of Carson’s Exegetical Fallacies for $3. If you like to read in that format and don’t have this book, it’s a good deal (pbk. is $11.59). I would not want to see a student graduate—from any school that teaches Greek for the purpose of exegeting the NT—without having read this book. It’s a good read and has a lot of sane advice about how to use Greek. It’s not a complete handbook of how to do exegesis, but it will disabuse beginners (& perhaps embarrass some veterans!) of some of the unjustified (& unjustifiable) things that have been done with Greek in the name of exegesis or preaching.

One response to Carson, Exegetical Fallacies, $3 sale

  1. Thanks, Rod. I’ve been meaning to read this book for some time. I guess now, with the price being that low, I really don’t have any excuse. Maybe I’ll have some time to read it when I’m on your side of the state at the in-laws. Thanks for the “heads-up.”