Category Archives: Paul

Ephesians – Authorship, Textualization & Repackaging – Podcast notes 9.27.19

Show notes for Ephesians podcast on 9.27.19 Authorship issues – probably deutero-Pauline, in other words, not written by Paul. Why? Non-Pauline syntax, terminology, and view of the last days. For example, much longer sentences. To me, this can be explained … Continue reading

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Ephesians 1 – A Temple Text

Ephesians 1 is all about who we were in the Pre-earth Council and who God the Father is in relation to us… this is set in the context of First Temple Israelite religion and in the modern Holy Temple I … Continue reading

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Hebrews – An Introduction

Hebrews – An Introduction Today we will briefly examine the text of the book of Hebrews in the New Testament and what we think is going on this text. We will look at who we think wrote Hebrews, when it … Continue reading

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Reasons why Paul is so confusing (part 1)

Pauline Authorship There is consensus in modern scholarship that the letters to Timothy and Titus were written in Paul’s name but long after his death. 1 There is also a strong consensus among much of modern scholarship that there is … Continue reading

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