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Several Bible software tools point to the modification of ἐντειλάμενος. In order to view each, please click on the respective references, below. REFERENCES: Porter, S. E., O’Donnell, M. B., Reed, J. T., & Tan, R., OpenText.org. (2006). The OpenText.org Syntactically Analyzed Greek New Testament: Clause Analysis; OpenText.org Clause Analysis. Logos ...


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My question is, am I wrong in considering a dual purpose for Peter referring back to Joel (2:28-31) relating Christ's 3 and a half year ministry this way, Acts 2 is an important point for Christians. Many denominations have different ways to think about what happens at this point. Some see the establishment of a new covenant. Others see the start of a new ...


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There appears no dual purpose; only one purpose: and that is to spread the gospel message to Jews and Gentiles. In Acts 2:16-23, the Apostle Peter was making reference to the Day of the Lord, which was the eschatological prelude to the coming of the Lord. Peter implored the Jews to repent in light of the imminent end. In Acts 10, the Gentiles received the ...


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Paul is indeed referring to the Second Advent in the following passage: 20) and times of rest may come to you from before the face of the Lord; and he may send to you him, who was made ready for you, Jesus the Messiah: THE N.T TRANSLATED FROM THE SYRIAC PESHITO VERSION BY JAMES MURDOCK Paul's address to this Jewish audience brought to their attention ...



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