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Without turning this forum into a 'hill of foreskins' (Joshua 5:3), I believe we can still have fun with this 'sensitive' topic.

However, don't be misled, dispensationalism has only partly to do with circumcision issues. So, let's not forget about Innocence, Conscience, Promises, Kingdoms and so on.

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Merkabah, Hekhalot and The Apocalypse

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  • Merkabah, Hekhalot and The Apocalypse

    TWEB, it's good to have you back. I feel like I'm home again.

    I have recently become aware of the relation of merkabah and hekhalot to the Book of Revelation, and have ordered the book "Paradise Now: Essays on Early Jewish and Christian Mysticism (Society of Biblical Literature: Symposium Series)." Anybody know of any other good books or articles on the subject?
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    Chabad is always a good place to look for articles on strictly Jewish Mysticism, from that perspective.


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      Thanks for the link. I am most interested in the 2nd temple and early Christian views.
      The Capitol Insurrection And Religion


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