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What is ment by Jeremiah 31:2

Ahh!! This is a difficult and tricky phrase which has flummoxed many exegetes. There is no agreement among any group of interpreters about what this means. For example, does Jer 31:22d mean - The ...
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Heb 6.18 says there are two immutable things; why can't there be three immutable things (according to Gen 15, the covenant with Abram)?

I am struggling to grasp what you mean by suggesting there should be three immutable (or unchangeable) things by which Abraham could have hope in God’s promise to him. Context is everything, and ...
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Heb 6.18 says there are two immutable things; why can't there be three immutable things (according to Gen 15, the covenant with Abram)?

A covenant isn't a third thing. A covenant is simply a specific example of a formal agreement that someone commits to. To break such an agreement would be to break one's word, to deny one's promise or ...
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