Monthly Archives: September 2014

Old Greek History & Daniel’s Seventy Weeks

Themistocles Meets Artaxerxes, 473 BC An old Greek Admiral meets a young Persian King And why is this important? This, along with another piece of historical evidence (more on that below), helps us to fix the real date of the … Continue reading

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Katargeo and Death

K A T A R G E O and the Covenant of Death This is my second look at this most intriguing Greek word, which is variously (I would say, too variously) translated as “destroyed” “fade away“, “done away“, “make … Continue reading

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K A T A R G E O : A Word Often Mistranslated

< K A T A R G E O > a word often mistranslated KATARGEO, a very interesting New Testament word, has not fared well at the hands of well-meaning translators. Here are all twenty-seven occurrences (including some in passive) … Continue reading

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The New Covenant from Old Testament Jeremiah

  The New Covenant from Old Testament Jeremiah Hidden Gems from the Heart of the Book of Jeremiah “Jeremiad” is “a tale of woe” according to the OSPD and, likewise, Jeremiah himself is often thought of as the ever-complaining doomsaying … Continue reading

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