Adam Simnowitz

Adam Simnowitz is a minister with the Assemblies of God. He lives in Dearborn, MI. He holds a M.A. from Columbia International University from their College of Intercultural Studies. His thesis is available on this website: "Muslim Idiom Translation: Assessing So-Called Scripture Translation For Muslim Audiences With A Look Into Its Origins In Eugene A. Nida's Theories Of Dynamic Equivalence And Cultural Anthropology: https://biblicalmissiology.org/2016/03/21/muslim-idiom-translation-assessing-so-called-scripture-translation-for-muslim-audiences-with-a-look-into-its-origins-in-eugene-a-nidas-theories-of-dynamic-equivalence-and-cultural-anthro/
“Adam the Son of God”: Why Literal Meaning is Essential

“Adam the Son of God”: Why Literal Meaning is Essential

Some of the greatest gems of truth lie in the Bible’s genealogies. The end of Luke 3:38 contains one such treasure, equally exquisite for both its richness and rarity: “Adam, the son of God.” Inherent within this description of our very first forefather is a witness...

The Trinity: Unity Has Plurality (Part I of II)

The Trinity: Unity Has Plurality (Part I of II)

This is part one of a two part series on the Trinity. Part One: Unity has Plurality (Apr 16, 2018) Part Two: God's Love as the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit (Apr 23, 2018) Selected references for God’s triune nature from the Old and New Testaments are provided at the...

Muslim Idiom Translation:  Assessing So-Called Scripture Translation For Muslim Audiences  With A Look Into Its Origins In Eugene A. Nida’s Theories Of  Dynamic Equivalence and Cultural Anthropology: Thesis Abstract

Muslim Idiom Translation: Assessing So-Called Scripture Translation For Muslim Audiences With A Look Into Its Origins In Eugene A. Nida’s Theories Of Dynamic Equivalence and Cultural Anthropology: Thesis Abstract

ASSESSING SO-CALLED SCRIPTURE TRANSLATION FOR MUSLIM AUDIENCES WITH A LOOK INTO ITS ORIGINS IN EUGENE A. NIDA’S THEORIES OF DYNAMIC EQUIVALENCE AND CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: THESIS ABSTRACT Muslim Idiom Translation (MIT) refers to an increasingly common "approach" to...

Son of God in the Old Testament

Son of God in the Old Testament

According to the New Testament, the key identity of Jesus Christ is that He is the Son of God.  This is seen in the importance of the need to understand, confess, and believe this about Jesus in the following verses:  Matt 16:13-17 13 Now when Jesus came into the...

Father and Son Terminology – Inspired or Superfluous?

In May 2012, the Assemblies of God and the Presbyterian Church in America released two papers addressing the astounding and growing phenomenon of specialized "translations" of Scripture for Muslims, the most prominent feature of which is the removal, substitution,...

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