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I would add that the Greek thinking is prophecy is seen as statement and fulfillment while the Hebrew emphasizes prophecy in pattern. So Jacob (the younger) steals Esau's blessing; then he is tricked into getting Leah (the elder); finally he purposely gives Ephraim (the younger) Manasseh's blessing. The pattern of the younger being preferred over the elder ...


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Question Restatement: In the general context of the leadership roles of Men and Women, (in 1 Tim. 2), is there significance in the Greek word choice underling "Authority": "αὐθεντεῖν" rather than "ἐξουσία", (from Romans 13:1)? NOTE: This question is not in the context of marriage, or husbands and wives, but rather in the context of general leadership ...


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Proposed Answer: Under the theology of Christus-Victor, the "Power of Sin" is the Laws, and Traditions, that were decreed against people, because of sin. Note: Please forgive any inaccurate representations which may be present, as I attempted to extract this answer from Greg Boyd's 2015/05/17 Video Explanation : Summary: In the theology of ...


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Work produced out of faith is in anticipation of some reward. Labor prompted by love is with out expecting any reward, it is like doing some thing to some one out of love like we do to our children, friends etc and finally we go on doing (enduring) work and lobor unceasingly because of our hope in our Lord Jesus Christ


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Many passages of scripture use it in a non-eternal sense. Deuteronomy 23:3 "An Ammonite or a Moabite shall not enter the assembly of Yahweh ; even to the tenth generation none of his descendants shall enter the assembly of Yahweh olam." Joshua 4:7 Jeremiah 18:15-16 Joshua 24:2 Deut. 32:7 1 Samuel 1:20


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Faith is present oriented while hope is future oriented. As in, "I have faith" versus "I hope for" or "I hope in."


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Faith has a variety of applications. For example it can be to believe something specific requiring discernment in each instance and it is used to denote the covenant of eternal inheritance in contrast to Sinai. When used with hope Paul is drawing on the deeply entrenched and traditional Rabbinic teaching of emunah and bitachon - faith and trust - a very ...



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