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Why did Jesus tell his disciples to take swords with them?

The deity of Jesus, the war against Rome, and theology (of the cross) as a hermeneutical tool

Marc Taylor → Phil L.: What I cited is biblically
Phil L. → Marc Taylor: Yeah, those assertions are
Marc Taylor → Phil L.: Of course Romans 10:9, 13
Phil L. → Marc Taylor: You left out the part where I
Marc Taylor → Phil L.: You left out the part where I
Phil L. → Marc Taylor: To confess that Jesus is Lord
Marc Taylor → Phil L.: I never claimed that “Lord”
Phil L. → Marc Taylor: Yes, that’s a fine piece of
Marc Taylor → Phil L.: A. T. Robertson: {Jesus is
Phil L. → Marc Taylor: Ok, so you agree that “Lord”
Marc Taylor → Phil L.: Ephesians 6:5 is not taken
Phil L. → Marc Taylor: Ephesians 6:5. Slaves should
Andrew → Kent Haley: Kent, I would say that Nicene
Kent Haley: Andrew:
Phil L. → Ted Hopkins: Hey there, Ted.
Alex → Ted Hopkins: Ted, Philo affirms that

What’s wrong with the “Romans Road” to salvation?

Biblical scholar says that COVID-19 is not an “act of God”. Is he right?

Peter → Rob Bright: Heiser is an OT scholar
Andrew → Rob Bright: Thanks, Rob. Bock and Heiser
Andrew → Ted Hopkins: Thanks for the clarification

Come out of her, my people…

Answers to questions about the narrative-historical method

Andrew → Phil L.: Thanks for the link. A very