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Documentation, the Right Vaccine

Reading the gospels, doubts may easily enter, such as: do I really understand this? What is the original meaning? Is this a result of oral tradition? Many doubts has to do with a shift in theology that occurred in the 19th century.

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By BVNoort, March 21, 2021

The Letter to the Galatians and to the Hebrews

In Galatians, Paul warned against circumcision. Was he an anti-Semite or anti-Judaist?

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By BVNoort, December 14, 2020

The Letter to the Hebrews, Out of the Shadow of Obscurity

How the Letters of Galatians and Hebrews together form a Bright Shining Light.

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By BVNoort, November 30, 2020

Paul’s Authorship of the Letter to the Hebrews

Why didn’t Paul introduce himself in the Letter to the Hebrews as seen in the rest of his letters?

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By BVNoort, November 16, 2020

Paul as the Author of the Letter to the Hebrews

There is no name of the sender at the beginning of the Letter to the Hebrews. How do we know it was Paul?

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By BVNoort, November 2, 2020

Hebrews, a Letter of Paul?

The letter to the Hebrews is not accepted in Protestantism as a serious Pauline letter.

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By BVNoort, October 21, 2020

Running Like a Wildfire

The theory of documentation prior to the gospels deserves to be like a wildfire.

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By BVNoort, October 6, 2020

Hermeneutics of the Gospel of Luke

The hermeneutics (explanation) of the Gospel of Luke is revealed in the first sentence. How?

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By BVNoort, September 20, 2020

Hermeneutics of the Gospel of John

A biblical book and each book in general is revealed (in some way) in the first sentence of the book.

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By BVNoort, September 7, 2020

Hermeneutics of the Gospel of Matthew

A former proposition was that the hermeneutics of a biblical book and of each book in general is revealed in the first sentence.

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By BVNoort, August 26, 2020
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