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“Who is the Messiah ben Joseph?” An Interview with David Mitchell

Messiah ben JosephDavid Mitchell is a unique fellow. He is a Biblical scholar, expert in the Psalms, and an archaeo-musicologist. His important work on the Psalms, The Message of the Psalter, gave a fascinating defense of an eschatological focus to the Psalms, and is referenced in virtually every major work on the Psalter. Mitchell also recently released a stimulating work devoted to the Songs of Ascent (my review). His newest work is sure to be just as fascinating, as it is devoted to a little-known topic: the Messiah ben Joseph.

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Gog & Jesus in Numbers 24: Michael Rydelnik’s Response

In two previous posts, I introduced Michael Rydelnik’s comments on textual criticism and Messianic prophecy, and then gave an example of how this plays out in Numbers 24:7. Rydelnik’s content on textual criticism is excellent, but I expressed some reasons preventing me from agreeing with his take on Numbers 24:7. I informed him that about the post, and invited him to reply to my disagreements. Graciously, he responded with some thoughtful rebuttals, which I have shared here.

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Jesus the Messiah in the New Testament (Darrell Bock)

Jesus the MessiahI have been working through Jesus the Messiah over a series of posts: and here we turn to the New Testament section by Darrell Bock and my concluding thoughts on the book as a whole.

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Jesus the Messiah in the Old Testament (Gordon Johnston)

Jesus the Messiah I’m working through Jesus the Messiah in a series of posts. This one deals with the Old Testament. You may want to read the introduction post to get the gist of their approach.

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