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The Chrysalis Conjecture

The Chrysalis Conjecture By George E. Schwalm In this commentary we will take a look at the resurrection, or more specifically our resurrection, and the effects it will have on us. Starting at, well, the beginning, Adam and Eve being spiritually innocent were perfectly justified running around in the buff.…

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A Man of War: The Lord is His Name – Part 1

A Man of War: The Lord is His Name By Randy Nettles The Son of Man Jesus was born (but not conceived) as any normal human being, from the womb of a woman. He was part of the family of Joseph and Mary and was raised as a son of…

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A Man of War: The Lord is His Name – Part 2

A Man of War: The Lord is His Name – Part 2 By Randy Nettles The Man of War in the Promised Land “And it came to pass, when Joshua was by Jericho, that he lifted his eyes and looked, and behold, a Man stood opposite him with His sword…

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A Man of War: The Lord is His Name – Part 3

A Man of War: The Lord is His Name – Part 3 By Randy Nettles The Wars of the Kings of Judah Asa was the third king of the kingdom of Judah. Once, the Ethiopian army of a million men and 300 chariots came against Judah. “So, Asa went out…

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First Coming

First Coming By Terry James One solitary birth is the basis upon which the future hangs for every person ever to enter this mortal realm we call planet earth. How each man, woman, and child who is old enough to understand the salvation issue views the First Coming determines where…

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The Septuagint vs. the Masoretic Text – Part 1

The Septuagint vs. the Masoretic Text – Part 1 By Randy Nettles The origin of the Hebrew language is shrouded in mystery. Jewish tradition as well as various Christian scholars throughout the ages believed that Hebrew was the original language of man. “When God created Adam, he spoke to him”…

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The Septuagint vs. the Masoretic Text – Part 2

The Septuagint Vs. the Masoretic Text - Part 2 By Randy Nettles After the destruction of the First Temple in approximately 586 BC, the religious leaders of Judah split into several groups, each with their own Torah text. The rabbis took the Proto-Masoretic text of the Torah and the Samaritans…

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The Septuagint vs. The Masoretic Text – Part 3

The Septuagint vs. The Masoretic Text - Part 3 By Randy Nettles The Case for the Masoretic Text The Masoretic Text (MT) is the basis for most English translations of the Old Testament today and is regarded as the best-preserved text of the Hebrew Bible. Yet the oldest extant manuscript…

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The Septuagint vs. the Masoretic Text – Part 4

The Septuagint Vs. the Masoretic Text - Part 4 By Randy Nettles Most historians believe the Hebrew Pentateuch was translated into the Greek language in approximately 250 BC and thus the Septuagint or LXX was born. However, there is no solid proof of a pre-Christian LXX. What is usually referred…

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The Messiah in the Old Testament

The Messiah in the Old Testament By Chuck Missler We frequently quote St. Augustine’s observation, “In the Old Testament the New Testament is concealed; in the New Testament the Old Testament is revealed.” Psalm 40:7 is speaking about the Lord when it says, “...in the volume of the book it…

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