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Is Luke 22:53 a reference to Satan?

A W Pink agrees with Bengel who writes of Luke 22:53 - “The prince of this world”: of darkness, that is to say, of Satan. The abstract put for the concrete. We may recall parallel texts such as: ...
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Does the "body" of Romans 8:10 describe the same "the body" of Romans 6:6 & Colossians 2:11?

Op, stated: "Is the spiritual divorce christians have with our bodies such that we are made alive/united with God through a type of spiritual rebirth while our bodies are left dead/separated from ...
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Does the "body" of Romans 8:10 describe the same "the body" of Romans 6:6 & Colossians 2:11?

The crucifixion and death of the "body of sin" or "body of flesh" has nothing to do whatsoever with the physical human body, which participates in regeneration through Holy Spirit ...
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Romans 6:10 and Jesus's relationship with God and Sin

The OP's observation of anti-parallelism (Rom 6:10, 11) between: death to sin, and living to/for God is well established in NT theology. Jesus is our prime example; He came as the perfect man to ...
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Is God guilty of lying in 1 Kings 22?

Note the difference between "the prophets" (1 Kings 22:6 NIV) and "the prophet of the Lord" (1 Kings 22:7 NIV). The King of Judah Jehoshaphat asked the King of Israel Ahab: "...
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What is the difference of the words πόρνος (pornos) alongside μοιχός (moichos) in Hebrews 13:4 compared to πορνείας (porneias) in 1 Thess 4:3?

Here are the lexical meanings of these three words from BDAG: πορνεία (porneia) unlawful sexual intercourse, prostitution, unchastity, fornication, eg, 1 Cor 5:1ab, 2 Cor 12:21, Gal 5:19, Eph 5:3, ...
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Does Hebrews 9:24-26 imply mankind was sinning since the beginning of the world?

OP's question is on regard to this verse. He then would have had to suffer often since the foundation of the world [απο καταβολης κοσμου]; "Why would Jesus have had to suffer since the beginning ...
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Why is the unpardonable sin unpardonable?

(All verses are New American Standard 1995) Mark 3:29 "but whoever blasphemes against the Holy Spirit never has forgiveness, but is guilty of an eternal sin” Strong's Concordance says: ...
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