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"Where the body is, there the vultures will gather" - Why do Matthew and Luke place this teaching in different contexts?

At the Luke passage the disciples desired to know where this separation would take place. That is from vs34, "two men will be in one bed; one will be taken, and the other will be left." ...
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"Where the body is, there the vultures will gather" - Why do Matthew and Luke place this teaching in different contexts?

“Where the body is, there also the vultures will gather.” This figurative statement occurs in both Luke and Matthew during an event where Jesus responds to His disciples' inquiry about the signs of ...
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To what do the "books" refer in 2 Tim 4:13?

Answer The “books” refer to the Old Testament Scripture and the “parchments” (membranas) refer to the New Testament Scripture. Explanation God is the real author of the Scriptures and as such He ...
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To what do the "books" refer in 2 Tim 4:13?

The earlier question to which you provided a link is indeed excellent and covers the text thoroughly. I’d be a little concerned about the detailed inferences that some people draw regarding sets of ...
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When was the Gospel of Mark written?

In 1852, Thomas Birks advanced an alternative view of the origins of Mark's Gospel which still has merit. After acknowledging the Latinisms, he notes that there is also evidence that the Gospel was ...
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What are the arguments in favor of Matthean Priority?

Here are several additional arguments for Matthean Priority, and an early date. Patristic. Irenaeus testifies that Matthew published "while Peter and Paul were preaching at Rome, and laying the ...
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Why the change in language between Luke 11:13 and Matthew 7:11?

The difference I see in the closing of these two "ask, seek, knock passages is the audience. Matthew 5-7 is the Sermon on the Mount. The audience is diverse, from those who are already followers ...
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To What Prior Writing (proegraphē) Was Paul Referring in Galatians 3:1 Which Speaks of Christ as Crucified?

Perhaps it would be helpful to review some of the examples listed in BDAG under the "public notice" option to demonstrate that these involve something which is indeed "previously ...
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Is Acts 19:19–20 demonstrating the supremacy of Scripture over magic books?

Matthew as Scripture? It is a bit premature to designate Matthew as "scripture", in the generic sense of the word. And of course, the book wasn't universally considered part of the "...
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