The significance of Passover during the ministry years of Jesus may have more to it than its typological fulfillment in Messiah’s sacrifice. For example, a case can be made that the first Passover in his ministry locates a key date in the famed prophecy of ‘Daniels 70 Weeks.’ Also, his last Passover may provide a final answer to the elusive date of his crucifixion.
Understanding the chronological details of Passover during this period not only nails dates, but enables us to stand
Updated Mar 21st 2016 at 07:27 AM by Cyberseeker
I'm just briefly checking in, and then I'll probably be gone again for a while.
My grandmother just turned 92.
My parents and I are taking care of her.
I had high blood pressure. I started taking blood pressure medicine, and that's gotten it down. There is no doubt it my mind that my current situation contributed to the high blood pressure, though I'm sure there were/are other factors, too.
We all need prayer from everybody on here.
Last chapter, I took you on a short history of Christianity in the eighteenth and nineteenth century, just to give you a feel for how history affects the subject. Christianity went through many changes, and then seemed to repeat those changes. Islam went through a period of consolidation, and then has remained the same for more than seven hundred years. Judaism, is changing since the nineteenth century in the form of Messianic Judaism, and Modern reform Judaism. For Christians, many of the old
In the last part, we looked at Mormonism in comparison to the three Monotheistic religions. It was a polytheistic religion that skated on pagan ice. It took the Bible and twisted it into the mold of Mormon revelation. It claims to be Christian, but a new kind. However, I have never been able to figure out what kind. It seeks to restore what even the Koran repudiates, and does so in terms that echo the old Moslem charge of 'say not three'. In so doing, it just opens a Pandora box of speculation that
In considering the three Monotheistic faiths, we saw that there were differences in how the term 'Monotheism' was defined. Christian Monotheism is unique in its use of the term 'trinity' to fully describe their view of Monotheism.Judaism and Islam have always denied this, claiming the concept is promoting three gods. Mohammad saw the concept 'three' as polytheism and opened the Christians to the charge of shirk, or associating something with Allah that should never be done.
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