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19 Mar 2017 Genesis (Program #58)

Genesis (Program #58) – The Allegory of the Two Women

Today we come to chapter 16 of Genesis and another story.  This one of two women that reappear in the New Testament.

Before we begin, it would be helpful to elaborate how pivotal all these allegories from Genesis are to our apprehending the depth of the divine revelation…

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24 Dec 2014 John (Program #10)

John (Program #10) – An Introduction to Life and Building (6)

Christ as a man is the letter that opens the heavens, that joins the earth to heaven, and that brings heaven down to earth.

When John the Baptist said, “Behold, the Lamb of God”, two disciples were attracted. Not two thousand, but two. Not even twenty, but two. Two of John’s disciples got attracted, and John was happy. Who were these two? One of these two was Andrew. Who was the other one? John. And then Andrew got attracted, and Andrew went to catch his brother Peter. And, Peter came. The Lord Jesus changed his name from Simon to Cephas, which means Peter. And Peter, or Cephas, means a stone. The book of John is a book of allegories. The Lamb, the dove, the stone. This signifies the Lamb plus the dove produces the stone. Redemption plus regeneration and transformation produces stone…

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