Materials: Bible by Ekkehardt Mueller (Documents)

Authority of Scripture — Approaching Revelation and Inspiration

Presents a practical survey of how to interpret the Scriptures.

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Ekkehardt Mueller

Hermeneutical Guidelines for Dealing with Theological Questions

This article deals with various questions people may ask that require different approaches to answering. It deals especially with the issue of how to deal with questions that are not directly addressed in Scripture.

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Ekkehardt Mueller

Homosexuality in 1 Corinthians 6?

1 Corinthians 6:9 contains some peculiar words. Does the text refer to homosexual practice as some translations suggest? What would be the implications?

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Ekkehardt Mueller

Irony in Scripture

Rhetorical features such as irony, sarcasm, and hyperbole are used in modern languages but also in Scripture. Recognizing them helps us to better understand the Bible.

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Ekkehardt Mueller

Scripture and the Paradox

Scripture contains paradox statements which sometimes seem to stand in a tension to each other. How do we deal with biblical paradoxes?

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Ekkehardt Mueller

The Gospel of Judas and Scripture

Some people suggest that the Gospel of Judas challenges Scripture. But does it paint a reliable picture of Jesus and supersede the biblical canon?

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Ekkehardt Mueller

The Reliability of Scripture

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Ekkehardt Mueller

The Sabbath Commandment in Deuteronomy 5:12–15

The two different forms of the Sabbath commandment in Exodus 20 and Deuteronomy 5 are complimentary, upholding the sanctity of the Sabbath and providing a powerful theological message.

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Ekkehardt Mueller

The Sealing of Human in Revelation 7:2–3 and 9:4

Are these Texts talking about the same event or do they refer to different sealing processes? The way this is answered determines whether we opt for recapitulation of the seals by the trumpets or for progression.

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Ekkehardt Mueller

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