Monthly Archives: December 2014

Typology — representation of Jesus in the Old Testament

  * The Bible blows me away for the Bible’s reversal of expectation (inside-out/outside-in)   — “swallowing one’s own stomach,” so to speak.    Incomprehensibility outcomes as authenticity/truth. * * * * http://www.patheos.com/blogs/peterenns/2015/03/get-to-know-me-my-approach-to-interpreting-the-bible-in-5-words/ * Genre-calibration — The Bible, like anything that has ever been … Continue reading

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The Bible just blows me away, baby! Example: It’s no accident that Jesus, as the lamb of God, was born in a manger

* http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=images+fantastic+bible&qpvt=images+fantastic+bible&FORM=IGRE#view=detail&id=D9AA2045D644BF954A35E0FDFF03B6E64FC722C4&selectedIndex=33 * * Thank you, prescient mystical Pastor Wilfredo Agngaray, for the providential correlation of the manger to both a lamb and Jesus. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lamb_of_God#Christology * And in the analogy that the blood of the Lamb of God (and the water from … Continue reading

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New Testament external prompts correlate with the convergence of the human and holy spirit and the sacred items in the Ark of the Covenant

  * Overall integration of New Testament prompts * and coalescence via human and holy spirit * and prefiguration (predict the coming of Jesus) in the Ark of the Covenant * * *   * * * New Testament “external” … Continue reading

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