I had promised to tie up some loose ends from my appearance on the Unbelievable radio program which can be found in this podcast feed as Episode 29, so here is the first installment.
- The Unbelievable Radio Show Home Page
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- The Orange Mailman
- Jews for Judaism (99.99% of the stuff is crap, they are vicious apostate-makers), but this reference is accurate I believe, see below for the promised full citation so you don’t need to go to that vile site ~ for a good summary of the methods of these counter-missionaries, read Dr. Michael Brown’s Unequal Weights and Measures
- D.A. Carson, “Matthew” in The Expositor=s Bible Commentary, gen. ed. Frank E. Gaebelein, 12 vols. (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 1985), 8:507
- Epic by Faith No More
All of Jesus’ contemporaries died without seeing the fulfillment of his tribulation prophesy. As a result, Jesus’ words, especially the expression, “this generation” have undergone reinterpretation. Nevertheless, the translation of genea is “generation” or as Thayer explains it, giving Matthew 24:34 and Mark 13:30 as examples, “the whole multitude of men living at the time . . . used especially of the Jewish race living at one and the same period” (Joseph Henry Thayer, A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament, Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan Publishing House, 1979, p. 112). G. Abbott-Smith writes that the Greek word genea means “race, stock, family,” but in the New Testament always “generation” (G. Abbott-Smith, Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament, 2nd ed., Edinburgh: T.&T. Clarke, 1923, p. 89). Arndt and Gingrich note that the term means “literally, those descended from a common ancestor,” but “basically, the sum total of those born at the same time, expanded to include all those living at a given time, generation, contemporaries” (W.F. Arndt and F.W. Gingrich, A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1957, p. 153).
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- End Times Delusions by Steve Wohlberg
- Why the End of the World is Not in Your Future by Gary DeMar
- What is Dispensationalism? by Tommy Ice
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