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The Fullness of the Gentiles #5 – A Response to Israel Only

PAUL’S PIVOTAL ROLE IN THE FULLNESS OF THE GENTILES Be sure to read the previous installments in this series. #1 #2 #3 #4 Before proceeding with this fifth installment, I want to share a bit more of the blatant dishonesty and duplicity within the IO camp. This is more than disturbing to anyone that believes in basic integrity. But, what…

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The Fullness of the Gentiles – A Response to Israel Only #4

The Fullness of the Gentiles – Numeric or Relational A Response to “Israel Only” #4   Please read the first three articles in this series  #1   #2   #3 My articles in this series have been posted for several days now, and have caused a lot of discussion on FaceBook. However, there still has not been one single exegetical attempt to…

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The Fullness of the Gentiles – Numeric or Relational – A Response to Israel Only #3

The Fullness of the Gentiles– Numeric or Relational – A Response to Israel Only #3 I want to take note that there still has not been a single serious attempt to prove, lexically, contextually, or by sound hermeneutic to refute my first two installments. There have been tons of diversionary arguments, lots and lots of ridicule and name calling, many,…

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The Fullness of the Gentiles – Numeric or Relational? #2 – A Response to Israel Only

The Fullness of the Gentiles– Numeric or Relational – A Response to “Israel Only” #2 Since posting the first installment in this series, the response to it on FaceBook has been more than revealing. Those who espouse the IO doctrine have done of a few things: 1. They have cited commentaries that posit the numeric sense of pleroma. This is…

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