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Re: Hell in Q

Dear Mark Well, this is the end of the line for me; thanks to everyone for your questions and comments, which have been helpful. Now, to your commments Mark:
Dale Allison
Apr 5, 2003
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Re: Hell in Q

Dear Dale Many thanks for your thoughtful answer to my questions about Q; sorry for bringing up the Synoptic Problem. I should be more careful not to come
Mark Goodacre
Apr 4, 2003
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Re: one last chance question

Dear Jim: Your question is: >>In your opinion, will Jesus return to earth or is this merely a mythological idea?<< I wrote in the last section of the essay on
Dale Allison
Apr 4, 2003
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Re: A local apocalypticist?

Dear Bob-- i. I do think that Jesus prophesied the destruction of the temple; see Jesus of Nazareth, pp. 97-101. ii. Grondin's throw away, >>he could hardly
Dale Allison
Apr 4, 2003
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Last Day to post

Let me remind Seminar Members that today will be your last day to post messages to Professor Allison. No more questions will be accepted after this evening. So
Jeffrey B. Gibson
Apr 4, 2003
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one last chance question

Professor Allison, Thanks very much again for honoring us with your time. I have a question and it may well be my last opportunity to ask it of you directly
Jim West
Apr 3, 2003
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Re: A local apocalypticist?

Dale, Thanks again for your patient and thoughtful responses to my questions. On XTalk today, Mike Grondin raised an issue that we have kicked around on that
Bob Schacht
Apr 3, 2003
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Re: Hermeneutical Questions (cont.)

Dear Bob-- As with the other Bob, I guess I haven't been perfectly clear about everything, and there's been some breakdown in communication -- understandably
Dale Allison
Apr 3, 2003
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Re: Linear and Non-Linear Concepts of Time

Dear Robert Don't know your Coptic Bishop Peter, which might be a good thing given that he has a temper. I'll try to stay calm and go through the linear thing
Dale Allison
Apr 3, 2003
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Re: Definition of hell in the first century

Dear Bob You know, if we sat down and talked face to face for five minutes, we could settle some of these issues; it's clear that I've misread some of what
Dale Allison
Apr 3, 2003
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Re: Hell in Q

Dear Mark Oh my--questions about the existence of Q! I feel out of my depth here. The reason is that while I have continued to read with interest contributions
Dale Allison
Apr 3, 2003
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Re: Hermeneutical Questions (cont.)

... Dale, First, let me preface my remarks by saying I'm not sure that they are strictly in-bounds. Accordingly, you can compress, delete, or ignore as much as
Bob Schacht
Apr 2, 2003
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Linear and Non-Linear Concepts of Time

Dear Prof. Allison: Your previous answers concerning the Hell/Gehenna question seem to me to be right on the money. No argument from me on any of it.
Davis, Robert C.
Apr 2, 2003
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Hell in Q

Dear Dale Many thanks for sharing with us the materials from your new book and also engaging in this most interesting discussion -- it's very much appreciated.
Mark Goodacre
Apr 2, 2003
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Re: Definition of hell in the first century

Dear Dale: I am not sure if I am a very model of a modern hermeutical person - For the record, I do acknowledge hell - as my essays on the evil one will show
Bob MacDonald
Apr 2, 2003
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