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The rediscovery of Apocalyptic;: A polemical work on a neglected area of Biblical studies and its damaging effects on theology and philosophy
Klaus Koch is Professor of Old Testament in the University of Hamburg. After studying at the Universities of Mainz, Tubingen and Heidelberg he became pastor of the Lutheran church in Jena, EastExpand
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Stages in the Canonization of the Book of Daniel
In certain circles of the Greek speaking Diaspora, special interest in the eschatological pronouncements of Daniel appears to have arisen in the 2nd century BCE. Unlike other parts of the nation, theExpand
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Kingdom of God
In a mid-week group at church, such as a home group As an individual watching online In a one to one Bible study with a new Christian or someone investigating Christianity As an intensive trainingExpand
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The Book of Books: the growth of the Bible
Haggais unreines Volk
Rocemment, on a souligne* a plusieurs reprises l'influence que la Sagesse a exerce*e sur les prophetes. Chez Amos, il se peut que l'emploi de quelques expressions, d'exhortations et des pairesExpand
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The Astral Laws As The Basis Of Time, Universal History, And The Eschatological Turn In The Astronomical Book And The Animal Apocalypse Of 1 Enoch
The Astronomical Book, or Book of the Luminaries (1 En 72-82), is probably the oldest of all the writings preserved under the name Enoch. 1 Enoch is commonly called an apocalypse and the content ofExpand
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