An explanation of the layout of the charts on this website

The charts on this website are intended to be read horizontally beginning with the passage in the left column on each line of the chart.

The passage in the left hand column is a place in the new Testament in which Necessary Inference is used either by a speaker or by the writer of the text.

The second column contains the Old Testament source passage which the speaker or writer used in extracting a Necessary Inference. Depending on the chart or the passage the next column may contain another source passage which the speaker or writer combined with the first in making this argument.

On the right hand side of the charts, there is a column which records the conclusion which was made by the speaker or writer. In some charts there may be another column containing a comment about the inference.

Inescapable Conclusions

A Look At A Method of Logic Used In The New Testament