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  • Re: SUGGESTION: Semitic Christianity

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] With the expansion into the Messianic Christianity packages, some of the rest of us need more history of Semitic Christianity/Messianic Christianity to put the new group in perspective, may I suggest: (yes, I know these are more polemic than academic) Semitic Christianity: St. Aphrahat & The Sages of Babylonian Talmud by
    Posted to Suggestions by Paul on Sat, Jan 11 2020
  • Re: Jewish Afterlife and Resurrection Beliefs - Prepub Shipping Soon

    Thanks Denise. This is certainly one that could be of great value for those looking into the background of perspectives of belief in the resurrection. I'm certainly looking forward to its release on 8 January 2020. Keep well Paul
    Posted to General by Paul on Sat, Dec 28 2019
  • Re: Precision in the treatment of deuterocanonical/apocrypha/non-canonical texts

    Its quite possible that I'm being slow here to understand the heat that seems to be in this thread. Shouldn't we simply accord Faithlife and the editor of this resource to express their own denominational leanings? If it is Protestant and/or Evangelical - why not? There are resources available in both Verbum and Logos for readers to do their own reading
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul on Thu, Dec 26 2019
  • Re: Less than two weeks left in the year. What do you thank FL for from 2019?

    I would like to thank Faithlife and its hard working employees for all the new Jewish and Messianic Jewish material that has been offered this year including in the new packages. Its eye opening and a joy to read. Merry Christmas to all in Faithlife! Keep well Paul
    Posted to General by Paul on Fri, Dec 20 2019
  • Re: The Theology of Tertullian - Robert E. Roberts (1924)

    Thanks Chrisser - Its very kind of you to share this. Keep well Paul
    Posted to Files by Paul on Mon, Dec 16 2019
  • Re: The Trinity

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Puddin’"]but in all sincerity the link you posted demonstrates little more than the usual dodge-ball antics of Trinitarians[/quote] Come on Puddin' - you usually use your language more carefully. And you make it so tempting to up the language anty BTW can someone explain to me the original post? Where is the
    Posted to General by Paul on Wed, Dec 4 2019
  • Re: Why do some Jews not believe that Jesus is Messiah

    [quote user="Denise"] [quote user="Paul"]While we may have different views about the issues you mention especially about Paul's "hopes for the Jews" and '"his argument was hopeless"[/quote] Don't confuse the man with the writings. And remember, they split up their 'gospels' (Peter vs Paul). Quite wisely. [/quote] No confusion here. In a real sense Peter
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul on Fri, Nov 22 2019
  • Re: Why do some Jews not believe that Jesus is Messiah

    [quote user="Denise"] I doubt the apostle Paul had any serious hopes for the jews. And the writer of John wasn't too worried, stomping all over them. Paul's argument was hopeless, since he first had to overcome 'the promise' with lots of dirty gentiles, and then pour salt in the wound, by pointing out the jews were really bad (an argument common among
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul on Fri, Nov 22 2019
  • Re: Why do some Jews not believe that Jesus is Messiah

    [quote user="Donnie Hale"] [quote user="Milkman"]So I'd love to find out why some Jewish ppl do not believe in Jesus as Messiah and come to my own conclusions rather than others telling me.[/quote] Not to be flippant, but Romans 9 - 11. -Donnie [/quote] Donnie is right in my view as there is more at work here than simply knowledge or the arguments people
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul on Fri, Nov 22 2019
  • Re: Black Friday!

    [quote user="Chi Shun Cheung"] Did Logos really expect anyone to buy anything during week 2's "deals"? [/quote] This was certainly my thought also. My expectation for Black Friday was straightforward discounts on individual items - but it seems that you have to buy more than one resource and then take into account particular categories of resource.
    Posted to General by Paul on Mon, Nov 11 2019
  • Re: The Kingdom of God

    No - I haven't formally suggested it to Faithlife, but it might be useful for people. Keep well Paul
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul on Thu, Nov 7 2019
  • Re: The Kingdom of God

    If you like charts and tables for prophecy there's one book I have on my shelf which is good for reference (though no colour charts). It's paperback with 175 pages, but not available in Logos I'm afraid: H. Wayne House & Randall Price "Charts of Biblical Prophecy" (Zondervan, 2003) https://www.amazon.com/Charts-Bible-Prophecy-Wayne-House/dp/0310218969
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul on Thu, Nov 7 2019
  • Re: A history of interpretation of the Book of Revelation

    Hi MM - The following may be of interest as it covers different approaches to interpretation of Revelation as well as suggesting another way: Desrosiers, Gilbert. An Introduction to Revelation . T&T Clark Approaches to Biblical Studies. London; New York: Continuum, 2000. https://www.logos.com/product/7229/an-introduction-to-revelation-a-pathway
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul on Thu, Nov 7 2019
  • Re: A history of interpretation of the Book of Revelation

    Hi MM - You might be interested in the following as it covers various interpretative approaches used at different times and suggests another approach too: Desrosiers, Gilbert. An Introduction to Revelation . T&T Clark Approaches to Biblical Studies. London; New York: Continuum, 2000. https://www.logos.com/product/7229/an-introduction-to-revelation
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul on Thu, Nov 7 2019
  • Re: The Kingdom of God

    [quote user="Milkman"] Would someone help me with the Kingdom of God from a pretribulational premillennial dispensation viewpoint? I'm not too familiar with it but I think it's something along the lines of this: Rapture first the great tribulation which lasts 7 years. Mark of the Beast. people get saved? Or just the Jewish ppl get saved? the anti Christ
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul on Tue, Nov 5 2019
  • Re: Jewish interpretation - New Testament

    [quote user="Paulo Andre Viana Fidalgo"] Grateful to answer. Sorry for any misconceptions and if I did not make myself understood. I refer to the NT interpretation using only the tradition of Jewish sages: Midrash, PaRDeS, Talmud, Mishna, especially Kabbalah, Zohar, etc. If we are going to use some temporal reference, I would propose the following hypothetical
    Posted to Messianic Jewish Products by Paul on Tue, Nov 5 2019
  • Re: Unbundling this collection?

    I agree – it would be good to see unbundling of this collection. There are a couple of books I'm interested in: Benjamin's Sommer's volume being one and the other by Mark S. Smith. The current price (even on sale) is too high for me. Keep well Paul
    Posted to General by Paul on Mon, Nov 4 2019
  • Re: Crucial Questions - Missing Volumes

    Excellent - thank you. Keep well Paul
    Posted to General by Paul on Mon, Nov 4 2019
  • Re: [PB] Jewish Tanach commentaries in Hebrew

    Thanks Mendel !
    Posted to Files by Paul on Sun, Nov 3 2019
  • Re: [PB] 9 Jewish Torah commentaries in English: Seforno, Chizkuni, Daat Zekenim, Or HaChaim, Rabbeinu Bahya, Radak, Rashbam, Seforno Siftei Chachamim, Tur HaAroch

    Thank you Mendel for your kindness in sharing these works. Best wishes Paul
    Posted to Files by Paul on Sun, Nov 3 2019
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