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Bachelor of Divinity (B.Div)


Exegetical Theology

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Genesis 49:8-12; 1 Chronicles 5:2; Isaiah 2:2; Ezekiel 38:8, 16; Jeremiah 23:5; Jeremiah 30: 24; Jeremiah 48:47; Jeremiah 49:39; Micah 4:1; Joel 3:1; Acts 2:17; 1 Corinthians 10:11; 1 John 2:18; Psalm 68:5; Exodus 14:28; Leviticus 16:8; Numbers 24:5; Deuteronomy 31:28;


The Shiloh prophecy is a much controversial Pericope. We have been finding different ones for a long time Versions of the same, and in the story the exegesis has no explanation and after all others displaced, but it came to the old ones who still found representatives still adding new ones, so nowadays it's almost half a hundred different explanations, interpretations, Derivatives, and conjectures there. The old, direct-personal interpretation is used by most modern commentators (from those of the twentieth Century almost unanimously). The principles according to the history of religion is rolled it was such a prophecy in the time of the patriarchs was not possible because the development of the People and their religion have not yet reached a point that would allow it. Closer here over in the interpretation, especially the of the keyword "Shiloh". What we emphasize here is that, namely, the most extreme radicals except, all outriggers rest at the big one. But admit the number of different interpretations, that there is a messianic element in the place. You also admit that the section is in the chain of the Messiah prophecies is an important link. We have the last ray of promise here Patriarchal period, the dark days of mercy in Egypt where I should illuminate Israel. Furthermore, the position is important because it in turn Circle of descent of the promised one draws more. Of the twelve tribes of Israel, one is called the Messiah tribe designated.

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