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The question is: Did the NT writers themselves know that they were writing an inspired record? Though there is at least one major exception, which is mentioned below, for the most part the New Testament authors simply wrote their accounts without commenting on whether they were inspired. We can therefore glean only a few clues here and there about ...


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The four New Testament gospels were all written anonymously, so in spite of second-century attributions to Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, we do not really know who wrote them and therefore they can not tell us whether they believed their gospels were divinely inspired. The gospels, as a genre, are narrated by third-party, omniscient narrators who are ...


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I would offer the following evidence that suggests to my mind that they meant the heart and not the mind: they had another word for mind (NOUS) which they could have used if they wanted to say "mind"; all of the various functions of the brain are ascribed in scripture to physical organs plus the breath such as the motives (kidneys), self awareness (the ...


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The TALMUD is in no way compatible with the Christian Faith. Jesus Christ sternly rebuked the "traditions" of the PHARISEES that would later be transcribed into the Babylonian Talmud. Jesus Stated in John chapter 8 in facing the PHARISEES "your TRADITIONS" (TALMUD) make the Father's law of none effect. In a quick clarification of the answer above, that ...



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