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See: http://meta.hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/questions/857/what-should-we-do-with-this-fishing-question
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comment Is there a sacramentalism in the “Bread of Life” discourse?
@metal: Thanks for the pointer. I have not noted Dr. Blomberg yet; I'll look into his work. (And thanks for stopping by the site again. I reread your answer here and appreciated it again a great deal.)
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I didn't _quite_ understand myself. So I rephrased and cleaned up the wording. I _think_ I interpret myself correctly.
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comment The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
@Dan: I think the current version is way too broad. The original might have been too broad as well. Asking about prophecy usefully almost demands asking about a specific interpretive framework.
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comment The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
It seems to me the question is really too broad, but this answer is a valiant effort. It's certainly one (interesting) interpretation.