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I argue that it breaks open the strait jacket of the “limited Jewish apocalyptic frame”, which you propose forms its boundary.

That’s the hermeneutical choice we make. I want to respect the literary-historical integrity of the texts. You are happy to introduce exotic ideas into texts and re-read them on that basis. I just think that’s a bad way to read the New Testament.