Monthly Archives: August 2016

Beale-Daniel’s rock

Near the end of last week blogging was interrupted by events.  I suddenly had to deal with a death and officiate at a funeral.  Our congregation is between pastors now. Families like funerals to be handled by someone who knew … Continue reading

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Beale-are tents and gardens always temples?

Sometimes I am just not convinced. I admire and appreciate a new approach. But the author just makes a case that I don’t get. That is the case with one aspect of G. K. Beale’s argument in The Temple and … Continue reading

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Beale-the idea of a future temple

A feature of G. K. Beale’s The Temple and the Mission of the Church is the importance it gives to Genesis 1:28 and its commission to “be fruitful and multiply” and to “subdue” the planet and “have dominion” over the animals.  That … Continue reading

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