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Demons are Referred to as Gods [Hebrew: Elohim]

In Deuteronomy 32:17 demons who reign over foreign nations are called elohim. This can be understood against the background of Deuteronomy 32 and Psalm 82. https://www.howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Deut-32.17a-Demonic-Elohim.pdf

The Biblical Background of the Saints Reigning with Christ

In response to the Tower of Babel (Gen 11:1-9), God divided the earth into nations (Gen 10:25) according to the number of the heavenly sons of God Deut 32:8-9 )in the divine council (Ps 82:1-6). However, these sons of God proved unfaithful (Ps 82:2,5) and will die like men (Ps 82:6) after they have been

The Chiasm of Zechariah 9:9b

Zechariah 9:9b is a chiasm with "a donkey" being used in both the first and last phrase. The center which is being emphasized is the colt, which Jesus road. https://www.howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Zech-9.9a-Chiasm.pdf

For Israel the Departure of God’s Glorious Presence Has Twice Preceded Exile

There is a direct parallel between the events preceding the Babylonian Exile of the Jews and their present exile. Preceding the Babylonian exile, the glory of God left the Holy of Holies in the temple first to the threshold of the temple (Ezek 10:4) and then departed from the threshold (Ezek 10:18). In the first

The Storyline Behind the Dispersion of the Nations after the Tower of Babel

It was in response to the construction of the Tower of Babel that God confused the languages of man and divided the earth into nations (Gen 11:1-9). This happened in the lifetime of Peleg, the great, great, great, grandson of Noah (Gen 10:22-25). At this time God divided mankind into nations according to the number

From Darkness to Light: The Story of the Bible from Beginning to End

FromThere is a repeated order of events at creation, the crucifixion, Christ's return, and the consummation: there is a fall of Satan, darkness, a voice from heaven, heaven/veil splitting, an earthquake, and light. https://www.howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Gen-1.2c-Darkness-to-Light.pdf

Genesis 1:2 as the Key to Understanding the Structure of Genesis 1

Genesis 1:2 is the key to understanding the structure of Genesis 1. Genesis 1:2 states that the earth was "formless." Day one then indicates the creation of day and night (Gen 1:3-5); day two describes the forming of the heavens by their emerging from the waters (Gen 1:6-8); and day three describes the forming of