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June 2022 Update

The Thaumasmos of The Institute of Midrashic Studies of the New Testament It has been recognized that there are over 200 literary devices that are used in Scripture. Literary devices are often used to relay a thought succinctly to the reader. Many times we are not aware that a literary device has been used. In …

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Choice Wine

Did Isaiah identify Golgotha in any other parts of his prophetic book and can Paul’s Midrash help us identify it?

Redeem

Paul used three first use words out of Daniel, “redeem, mystery, and struggling.”

Altered Quotes

Romans 3:9-18 is a Midrash of the Source Text Leviticus 8:14-34 with what has been considered as six quotations from the LXX. The first quotation has been considered an altered quotation.  Paul Romans 9:11-12 is considered to be a quotation of Psalm 14:1-3 and Psalm 53:1-3 but only “There is no one who understands. There …

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Manuscript Proofing

Can Paul’s Midrash of Romans help to determine if the Textus Receptus is correct in placing the four verses in Romans 16:24-27 (in some ancient manuscripts 16:24 omitted altogether in P46 a A B C. 16:24 reads “The favor of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Amen.”)? Or should the verses be placed …

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Administration

The very first thing that is noticeable in the section of the Midrash/Source Text Ephesians 1:10-14/Isaiah 5:30-7:25 is the uncommon word “administration” (oikonomia). It is only used twice in the LXX in Isaiah 22:19, 21 and only 3X in Ephesians in 1:10 and 3:2, 9. The use in 3:2 coincides with the uses in Isaiah. …

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