Skip to comments.HaSheeloosh HaKadosh: The Holy Trinity
Posted on 06/10/2003 2:31:07 PM PDT by Salvation
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"Has it been an accepted exegisis down the centuries?"
It's the position I believe. To me, it's the one the answers most questions. It's probably not perfect, but, yet, Drs. Pentecost, Walvoord, et al of Dallas Theological Seminary and other schools, believe it, as do a number of other theologicans. Of course, it has its detractors, especially among those who take the position that the Christian church has replaced Israel in prophetic Scripture. (I do not.)
In exegesis, as you know, it's important to determine who and in what office is he speaking, and to what group of people is he speaking. (Who? Jesus. What office? Messiah? To what group of people? With respect to the latter, when he is speaking to his Apostles, is he speaking to them as Apostles or as members of the Jesus community? (And sometimes, it's difficult to tell.)
If you want to write me off line, I can provide some suggested book titles, if you wish.
Keep studying, Brother. God bless you.
It would be okay to post suggested books to the thread. Maybe some other people are also interested.
"It would be okay to post suggested books to the thread. Maybe some other people are also interested."
Be happy to, but may I do it tomorrow? Thank you.
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