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What should be in the canon.

All Power to the Lamb Is Now in Print

After 10 years of work my commentary on Revelation, All Power to the Lamb, Volume I, arrived from the publisher. It is the only commentary that I know of in the two hundred years of the Restoration that takes a … Continue reading

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The Epistle of Barnabas

There is no doubt that Barnabas was a very early Christian writing and was held in high esteem from the earliest days of the church.  It is found in the Codex Sinaiticus, one of our 3 oldest manuscripts of the … Continue reading

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What About the Sibylline Oracles

In the Greek and Roman world, the Sibyls were elderly prophetesses who usually prophesied in a state of ecstasy (trance-like). The writing attributed to them often contain various prophecies that support Christian beliefs. Modern scholars usually explain this fact by … Continue reading

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Were the Sibylline Oracles Inspired?

In the Greek and Roman world, the Sibyls were elderly prophetesses who usually prophesied in a state of ecstasy (trance-like). The writings attributed to them often contain various prophecies that support Christian beliefs. Modern scholars usually explain this fact by … Continue reading

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