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Allusions In The Suffering Servant Poem ( Isaiah 52 : 1353 : 12 )
CULTIC ALLUSIONS IN THE SUFFERING SERVANT POEM (ISAIAH 52:13-53:12)
A Response to John H. Walton's Lost World of Genesis One
John Walton’s main thesis is that Genesis 1 is not “an account of material origins”; it does not mean to speak about the creation, the beginning of the heavens and earth as such, but should beExpand
The Mystery of Israel
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LAW AND CREATION: A STUDY OF SOME BIBLICAL LAWS RELATED TO CREATION—THE SEXUAL, DIETARY, AND SABBATH LAWS OF THE PENTATEUCH—AND THEIR INTERRELATEDNESS Name of researcher: Alexandru Breja
The growing consensus within recent biblical scholarship that acknowledges the paradigmatic importance of Genesis 1–3 for the interpretation of the rest of the Scriptures identified the fundamentalExpand
Israel and the Church: Two Voices for the Same God
Jacques Doukhan asks, "After two-thousand years of sad history and after the Holocaust, is Jewish-Christian reconciliation still possible?" He offers answers to this and other questions that willExpand
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Drinking at the sources
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Daniel: The Vision of the End
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A R T I C L E THE GENESIS CREATION STORY: TEXT, ISSUES, AND TRUTH
TLDR
After an introduction, pausing on the place of Creation in the Bible, this paper examines exegetically the Hebrew text of the biblical Creation story, paying close attention to its sounds, rhythm, words, syntax, literary structure in relation to its parallel text (Gen 2:4b-25), and its literary genre and style, without ignoring its literary extrabiblical environment. Expand
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