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revised Is Paul speaking with sarcasm in Acts 24:21?
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revised Does 2 Samuel 22:27 mean that God can be unrighteous?
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accepted Does 2 Samuel 22:27 mean that God can be unrighteous?
May
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comment Does 2 Samuel 22:27 mean that God can be unrighteous?
WOW! Thank s for your answer, and thanks for pointing out to my mistake.
May
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comment How does Peter fit the events of Acts 2 into the apocalyptic imagery of Joel?
Well, in case, you are interested in reading those works and at the same time overwhelmed by their number, I suggest that you firstly read only two books there: "Ephesians via Romans" and "Foundations of Dispensational Truth" as they briefly summarize the whole teaching by Welch and Bullinger
May
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comment How does Peter fit the events of Acts 2 into the apocalyptic imagery of Joel?
Jon, have you ever read Welch's works? If not, please, go by this link: charleswelch.net/books.htm , find the book # 71 (named "Pentecost to Prison"), click on it, and then in the open book look at page 40. It seems to be covering exactly what you are asking about.
May
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revised The time span of growing into Christ the Head in Ephesians 4:13-15
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Apr
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asked Does 2 Samuel 22:27 mean that God can be unrighteous?
Feb
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comment 1 Corinthians 13:12: “For now we see through a glass, darkly”
Interesting. Thank you.
Feb
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accepted “the first day of the week” in 1 Corinthians 16:2
Feb
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comment Romans 16:7 : “fellowprisoners” in the book of Romans?!
@JonEricson - "Is that more or less what you were looking to have answered?" - Absolutely.
Feb
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Jan
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comment Are there any rules on which things in Revelation must be interpreted literally and which symbolically?
I understand your excitement about these similarities and parallels. In fact, I myself tend to stand on the side of this view. However, what I am after here is a critical and scientific approach rather than a theological one. As long as these two prophets are not explicitly named Moses and Elijah in the book of Revelation itself, we can only hold it as one of the possible theories.
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revised Are there any rules on which things in Revelation must be interpreted literally and which symbolically?
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revised Are there any rules on which things in Revelation must be interpreted literally and which symbolically?
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