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bio website facebook.com/joseph.lukowski
location San Antonio, Texas
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I live and work in San Antonio, Texas.


Mar
13
answered Does “days” in prophecy equal “years” (Daniel 9 - Seventy Weeks)
Mar
13
revised Upon whom do we call? Reconciling OT & NT
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Mar
13
answered Upon whom do we call? Reconciling OT & NT
Mar
13
comment Why is the Bible so repetitive?
Yes, of course. In the New Testament, the mark of wisdom is to discern good from evil, since they are sometimes indistinguishable to the untrained eye (Heb 5:13-14).
Mar
13
answered What is the head covering referring to in 1 Corinthians 11:4-6?
Mar
12
revised Why is the Bible so repetitive?
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Mar
12
answered Why is the Bible so repetitive?
Mar
8
answered What is Paul's advice on anger?
Mar
7
answered Are women really saved by childbearing according to 1 Timothy 2:15?
Mar
7
revised A word for the fallacy of assuming whatever brings God the most glory is the correct interpretation a text?
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Mar
7
answered A word for the fallacy of assuming whatever brings God the most glory is the correct interpretation a text?
Mar
6
comment Esther 4:14 observation & translation
Thanks for the edits - what I did not elaborate was that the Book of Esther was about faith in the word of God. This faith was the same faith that Abraham had in the word of God - and thus the covenant with Abraham.
Mar
5
answered Esther 4:14 observation & translation
Mar
4
comment Why was Jesus going to walk past the disciples as they were rowing on the Sea of Galilee?
I concur. Jesus had just performed the miracle of multiplying bread, and thus like Moses Jesus had fed the Israelites "in a desolate place" (Mark 6:35), the only difference being is that Moses did not create the bread, but Jesus did. By walking on water, he was superior to Moses (and Elijah) who had first to part water in order to travel through water; Jesus was superior to them in that he walked OVER water.
Mar
2
comment Was the word ἐπιούσιον used prior to the Lord's prayer? What does it mean?
Jon - the "דְּבַר־יֹום" in Exodus 16:4 literally means "daily word" but the context was manna. (It therefore cannot stem from a Greek source "Q".) This bread of the day is God's revelation from heaven, whether manna, God's word, or God's son. When Jesus replied to the devil with Scripture, he was not relying on "Q" but on the Torah, which Jesus said had correlated the "daily bread" with God's word. Also, thank you for the +1 - it was an encouragement to bring me back to zero and "break even".
Mar
1
comment Was the word ἐπιούσιον used prior to the Lord's prayer? What does it mean?
Okay, team, please read my addendum above. I hope that the addendum clarifies. Very Respectfully, Joseph.
Mar
1
revised Was the word ἐπιούσιον used prior to the Lord's prayer? What does it mean?
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Feb
27
answered Was the word ἐπιούσιον used prior to the Lord's prayer? What does it mean?
Feb
27
comment What is the difference in the Kingdom of Heaven and the Kingdom of God?
The "Kingdom of Heaven" is the inauguration of the New Covenant on earth without the activation of the visible theocracy of God on earth. The "Kingdom of God" is the visible theocracy of God on earth, whether in the past (under the Old Covenant) or yet in the future (under the New Covenant).
Feb
27
answered In what way was Jesus' prayer heard (Hebrews 5:7)?