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A Contrary Argument: Seeing the Reference as to Good Angels Jack Douglas laid out some good points to argue for 1 Pet 2:11 to be evil angels. However, I do find some holes and things left unconsidered that for me seem to point to a contrary conclusion. I will address the three points and the conclusion he makes to frame my counter argument. Regarding Point ...


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The other angels in 2 Peter are evil1 Angels are only mentioned twice in 2 Peter. The other mention is near the start of the same logical section in verse 4: 4For if God did not spare angels when they sinned, but cast them into hell and committed them to chains of gloomy darkness to be kept until the judgment; ESV If these angels are good angels, why ...


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A 'hypostatic union' is a specific term used in Christian theology to describe the trinity. It is meant simply to state that a being can have different persons under a same essence. In the incarnation, it is less frequently used but then means a being, a Unity, the Christ, exists as a single person 'under' which two distinct natures exist, human and divine. ...


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This concept is fascinating, and a short survey of some New Testament will shed light on the questions at hand. First, the word "nature" in the New Testament is the Greek noun, φύσις, which occurs with the following connotations as follows: (1) The "nature" of heterosexuality (Rom 1:26-27) (2) The "nature" of dictates of the conscience (Rom 2:14) (3) The ...



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