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In Ezekiel 29:3, was the writer addressing the office of pharaoh in general?

The IVP's position on this issue is challenged by other commentaries that indeed see this prophecy as being directly personally toward Apries (Hophra). However, the term "Pharaoh King of Egypt&...
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Does the Greek of Mat.24:31 and Mar.13:27 teach that the gathering of the elect is out of the earthy sphere unto the heavenly sphere of God's throne?

It’s an interesting question, but requires way more background to understand. Language in general is often ambiguous, requiring linguistic context and semantic domain, cultural context, historical ...
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Does the Greek of Mat.24:31 and Mar.13:27 teach that the gathering of the elect is out of the earthy sphere unto the heavenly sphere of God's throne?

Matthew 24:31 - The Greek of that verse does not say even a single word about where the elect might be taken TO. They are gathered, from all over. But there is no Greek about going TO anywhere else to ...
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How does Revelation 2:28 relate to Revelation 22:16 and 2 Peter 1:19

We now know that Venus is both the morning star and the evening star. It appears near the horizon as either one or the other at different times during the year. Venus is the brightest object, planet ...
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Why does God refer to David as his Firstborn? Psalm 89:27

I want to say first, I really appreciate the full answer of Der Übermensch, fantastic answer and in harmony with not only the Bible's message but the intent of the text itself. I just wanted to ...
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