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Biblical Studies Jesus Jesus, Synoptics, Acts New Testament Studies Matthew Luke

Genealogy of Jesus: Matthew and Luke Compared

Genealogy of Jesus: Matthew and Luke Compared: with Luke’s account listed in reverse order to facilitate comparison. Points of convergence noted with red names; literary structure of Matthew’s account, highlighting three groups of 14 generations, shaded in light red.

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Biblical Studies Old Testament Studies Jesus, Synoptics, Acts Genesis Pentateuch New Testament Studies Matthew Gen 11-50

Birth Announcements to Abraham and Joseph

In Birth Announcements to Abraham and Joseph the highlighted biblical text in parallel columns shows a possible literary-structural connection between the birth announcements found in Genesis 17 and Matthew 1.

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Parables of the Inter-Advent Kingdom

Parables of the Inter-Advent Kingdom: their significance is for churches in the Inter-Advent Kingdom. The literary structure is reflected by the indented shape and by changes in color.

Highlights include:

  • In Matthew 13.3b-35, Jesus speaks parables to the crowds and religious leaders by the sea; in Matthew 13.36.52, Jesus explains and speaks parables to the disciples in their house.
  • “Sower and the Soils” (1-9; explained 18-23) — “Productive Nature of the Kingdom” requires believers to have responsive hearts to God’s Word.
  • “Tares among the Wheat” (24-30; explained 36-43) and the “Bad Fish among the Good Fish” (47-50) — “Permissive Nature of the Kingdom” requires true believers to recognize the counterfeit nature of much of the church’s visible membership.
  • “Mustard Seed and the Tree” (31-32) and the “Leaven and the Meal” (33) — “Progressive Nature of the Kingdom” requires believers to accept small beginnings before large results.
  • “Hidden Treasure” (44) and “Pearl of Great Price” (45-46) — “Priceless Nature of the Kingdom” requires believers to value the kingdom as worth a total dedication of their lives.
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Revelation Matthew Daniel Theology Systematic Theology Church and the Kingdom of God

Tribulation Period Compared in Key Passages

Tribulation Period Compared in Key Passages correlates the key events of the ‘Tribulation Period’ presented in Daniel 9.27, Matthew 24, Second Thessalonians 2, and Revelation 6-18:

  • Daniel 9.27: Treaty Made, Treaty in Force, Treaty Broken, Desolator of Israel, Desolator Destroyed
  • Matthew 24: The Beginning of Birth Pangs, The Abomination of Desolation, Great Tribulation, Son of Man Appears
  • 2 Thessalonians 2: The Restrainer Taken, The Apostasy, Activity of Satan, Lawless One Destroyed
  • Revelation 6-18: Preparation in Heaven, First Six Seals, Opening of Seventh Seal, Seven Trumpet Judgments, Christ Returned
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Biblical Studies New Testament Studies Jesus, Synoptics, Acts Matthew

Personal Offense and Protecting the Accused (Mt 18)

Personal Offense and Protecting the Accused (Mt 18): Jesus makes it clear that in a situation of perceived offense, the obligation of church members is to proceed in a manner that protects the accused.

The progression, always with the option to “drop it” and always with the desire to “win them,” is:

  1. Go in private.
  2. Go with one or two.
  3. Take it before the church.
  4. Let them be.
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