The Bible Geek Podcast 21-017
Play • 19 hr 45 min
In Acts 1:13-14 “certain women” are mentioned alongside the disciples. Who were they?

Was it intentional that Mark has a stand-in appear inside Jesus’s tomb instead of Jesus himself? Also, that Mark had the stand-in notify a group of women first about Jesus’s resurrection?

What is your understanding of Ezekiel's vision of the temple and the restoration of the pure worship?

The Gabriel Revelation Stone, discovered at the Dead Sea in the early 2000, is said to depict the angel commanding the slain Messiah Simon of Peraea to rise on the 3rd day? Is that true?

Is there a so-called musical source in the Tanakh?

Is there an English translation of the old testament that uses the original names El, Elyon, Yahweh, and El Shaddai instead of substituting Lord, God, Almighty, or Adonai?

In 1 Corinthians 11:25 Jesus says, “In the same way also he took the cup, after supper, saying, “This cup is the new covenant in my blood. Do this, as often as you drink it, in remembrance of me.”' What does 'this' refer to here? And when he says "as often as you drink it" What is “it' in this context? 

Can you explain which components of Christianity originated from Judaism and which originated from Greek thinking?
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