Much heat and confusion is caused by Paul’s reference to his compatriots and fellow prisoners in Romans 16:7.
The NIV (2011) renders the verse as:
Greet Andronicus and Junia, my fellow Jews who have been in prison with me. They are outstanding... Read More | Share it now!
This is something that I have been looking into over the last decade. For Protestants, this is not a vitally important matter, except that some people put great store in celebrating an authentic Passover meal in the context of communion, when it... Read More | Share it now!
Having recently bought some Leitner Libelle’s, and not finding this information anywhere else (including in their manuals), I thought I would document my findings here:
These instructions apply to the Leitner Libelle, and presumably also for... Read More | Share it now!
Was the Last Supper a Passover (Seder) celebration? Many assume it was. However this view has the problem that Jesus was killed the day after the Passover lambs were sacrificed, losing much of the symbolism that is contained in the idea that Jesus... Read More | Share it now!
One of the truisms of our age, one of the basic ideas that we hear around us, is the idea that people aren’t all that bad.
We hear that basically people are good, but external things, the pressures they are under, their upbringing, things... Read More | Share it now!