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Exegetical Brief: Is Matthew 24:29-31 Interpreted Figuratively or Literally?
Although figurative language abounds in Matthew, Professor Zell contends in this exegetical brief that Jesus’ words in Matthew 24:29-31 are to be taken literally, much to the joy and edification of those who are watching ...
Exegetical Brief: Romans 16:1,7 Phoebe, a Deacon? Junia, an Apostle?
In this exegetical brief Professor Zell examines Romans 16 and the context of the words “deacon” and “apostle.” He concludes with these words, “Whether Phoebe actually held the office of “deacon” remains uncertain. Including ...
Ephesians 3:15 All Fatherhood? Every Family? The Whole Family?
Professor Zell, in this exegetical brief on Ephesians 3:15, shows that the translation “the whole family” is not only grammatically permissible but it also fits the context of Paul’s letter the best as he describes the ...