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Christopher D. Stanley says in As it is Written, pages 30-31, the term 'allusion' is used for a figure of speech that makes indirect extra-textual references but has been and remains notoriously difficult to define in specific terms. He cites C. Hugh Holman in A Handbook to Literature, one of the standard handbooks of literary study, as defining allusion ...


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The Greek word ὥρα (without the definite article) appears a third time in the chapter. John 5:35 (NASB) 35 He was the lamp that was burning and was shining and you were willing to rejoice for a while in his light. John the Baptist is in view, and the duration of time in this context is for a while (πρὸς ὥραν = literally, for an hour). So the idea of ...


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One Way At present I only have time to outline how I particularly would fit this text with my dispensational view about two categories of resurrection separated by time periods. There are actually two possible ways the verse can fit (or even combining both ideas): The "hour" is not necessarily definite, for it lacks the article (ἔρχεται ὥρα), so "an hour ...



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