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As always Andrew, good and interesting stuff.

I do have this question though… given the narrative-historical method runs more with the meaning than say the confines of a wooden literalism, how is it you still interpret John’s eschatological “a new heaven and a new earth” as a yet expectant future reality for us; as opposed to it holding the self-same meaning as Paul’s “new creation”, i.e., pertinent there and then as their own present historical reality? Am I reading you wrong or maybe misunderstood certain past comments around this matter?

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