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Brad H. Young defends Lukan Priority, that Luke's Gospel is before even Mark. Young is a founding member of the Jerusalm School. Lukan Priority is not original with them, a scholar named William Lockton first proposed it. Then Robert Lisle Lindsey began writing on it independently of Lockton (that is, Lindsey had not read Lockton's proposal). Lindsey also ...


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First, the disciples asked Jesus, "Where, Lord?" and not "Where do they go, Lord?" Big difference. In other words, an equally legitimate interpretation of the disciples' question is that the disciples wanted to know where the events Jesus was telling them about would take place. First When, Then There We would do well to expand the context ...


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The passage in Luke 17 appears to be parallel to Matthew 24. If these passages are parallel, then the birds of prey refer to events evident in the heavens that point to judgment on earth. Like the lightning that flashes in the sky, these phenomena in the heavens "illuminate" the Day of the Lord when the spiritually dead are judged on earth. That is, birds of ...


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it could mean that for some the real death will come with the coming of God's Kingdom. if those who actualy heard this verse are actually still alive today,... the verse says: "you will taste death, when the Kingdom comes". the verse does not actualy imply that some will live as long as the kingdom doesnt come, but that they will 'taste death' only when ...


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Jesus is quoting one of Aesops fables, The Fisherman and his Flute (or Pipe, or bagpipe, or many other variants of the title). Here is one (of many) translated version: The Fisherman Piping (Townsend, 1887) A fisherman skilled in music took his flute and his nets to the seashore. Standing on a projecting rock, he played several tunes in the hope that the ...



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