Category Archives: Concepts

The “end of days” in the prophets per John J. Collins in Craig Evans book | Near Emmaus

The “end of days” in the prophets. | Near Emmaus.

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“Son of God” in the Graeco-Roman world. | Near Emmaus

“Son of God” in the Graeco-Roman world. | Near Emmaus.

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Morna Hooker on Adam-Typology in the Philippian Christ-Hymn (2:5-11) « Crux Sola

Nijay Gupta cites Morna Hooker on Phil 2:5-11. Morna Hooker on Adam-Typology in the Philippian Christ-Hymn (2:5-11) « Crux Sola.

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BiblicalStudies.org.uk: P.H.R. van Houwelingen, “‘Paradise Motifs in the Book of Revelation’

This academic article is available on-line in pdf format.  It shows the intertextuality between the books of Genesis and Revelation – the Bible’s first and last books. BiblicalStudies.org.uk: P.H.R. van Houwelingen, “‘Paradise Motifs in the Book of Revelation’.

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CrossExamined Blog » Blog Archive » Who is the Angel of the Lord?

Jonathan McLatchie talks us through at least a half-dozen appearances of the angel of the Lord in the Scriptures.  Certain common threads can be seen.  He begins his long post in this way: Throughout the Old Testament, we routinely encounter … Continue reading

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