One of the temptations to a young seminarian is to show off his Greek knowledge over the pulpit. If this is true, we must listen to the advice from Mounce.
Which brings me to the general point. I encourage my students to never say, "In the Greek …." Why would you do that? To impress the audience with your academic acumen? To convince them that you are right when you can’t prove your point with biblical logic? Perhaps I am being a little harsh, but I am sensitive to pastors claiming to be an authority and putting themselves up on a pedestal. That’s not where servants belong.（全文）