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falling away
http://www.icr.org/books/defenders/8028
... falling away. The “falling away” (Greek apostasia) has commonly been transliterated as “the apostasy” (the definite article in the Greek indicates Paul...
Genesis 2:1-3
http://www.icr.org/bible/Genesis/2/1-3
... sanctified it. God's “rest” on the seventh day is not continuing; the verb is in the past tense–“rested,” not “is resting.” His blessing and hallowing of the...
Jostling Chariots and Judgment
http://www.icr.org/article/6848/
... context, however, the entire book of Nahum deals with the coming destruction of Assyria and, especially, its great capital, Nineveh. One of the most...
RATE in Review: Reading Genesis as History
http://www.icr.org/article/rate-review-reading-genesis-history/
... Steven Boyd of The Master's College conducted a statistical study on the historicity of Genesis 1:1–2:3 as a part of the RATE project. Since the...
Genesis 1:2
http://www.icr.org/bible/Genesis/1/2
... would not be perfect (i.e., finished) until the end of creation week, when God would pronounce it “very good” and “finished” (Genesis 1:31–2:3). The...
populous No
http://www.icr.org/books/defenders/5256
... by the Assyrians in about 666 B.C., as mentioned in Nahum 3:10. Thus, chapter 3 of Nahum's prophecy must have...
Huzzab
http://www.icr.org/books/defenders/5254
... Nahum 2:7. 2:7 Huzzab. Huzzab was not the name of either Nineveh's queen nor its goddess. The word means “established,” so probably refers...
2 Peter 3:5
http://www.icr.org/bible/2Peter/3/5
... Genesis 1:1-2:3; Exodus 20:8-11; Psalm 33:6-9; Hebrews 4:3,10; 11:3; and many other Scriptures. The only reason God took as long as six natural days...
Job 1:1,8
http://www.icr.org/bible/Job/1/1
... introductory statement was twice confirmed by God Himself (Job 1:8; 2:3). He was also “the greatest of all the men of the east” (Job 1:3), probably the...
2 Corinthians 10:3-5
http://www.icr.org/bible/2Corinthians/10/3-5
... war after the flesh. Paul often used a military metaphor to describe the Christian life (e.g., II Timothy 2:3-4). In this verse, “flesh” is not used theologically,...
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