A look at how to determine whether a Biblical propositional phrase is unique to the author, the same as what the false teachers were saying or different from what they were saying.
How the word "and" could be not just descriptive but reconciliatory when mirror-reading.
A look at Galatians to see how Paul uses word play by importing terms from one argument into another.
How to mirror-read quotes and allusions in the Bible. Example from Ephesians 6.
The primacy of correcting false teachings by the authors of the Bible and the main false teachings that were being corrected by the New Testament and the Old Testament.
@@Some verses in the Gospels may have a double meaning.@@ Examples given from Matthew 6:24, Mark 3:25 and Mark 9:47.
@@Should one mirror-read narratives or only epistles?@@ A look at the women in the genealogy of Jesus in Matthew.
@@Can other texts be used to support mirror-reading a book of the Bible?@@
How mirror-reading relates to the hermeneutical approach called the historical-grammatical method and what the differences are. Mirror-reading can add "situational context" to compliment grammatical, literary, cultural and historical contexts.
A basic overview of the mirror-reading method, an example from Ephesians and other mirror-reading resources.