Articles by Kim Papaioannou
Join the author in contemplating the creation language in John 1 and what it can teach us about the biblical position on origins.
Does this parable and other epiphanies from the dead give validation to messages from the great beyond or is it a warning against them?
Explore the book of Acts to learn about what day the early Christians held Sabbath worship.
The author draws lessons from Jeremiah’s parable of the olive tree (Jeremiah 11) to explain the meaning of “Israel” for today.
This article will first explore temple language used by John in his Gospel, and then concentrate on what John says about the heavenly temple.
Naming the days of the week: Overlooked evidence into early Christian Sabbatarian practice (January 2015)
This article focuses on one aspect: the names of weekdays in the New Testament and other early Christian literature and how these names inform.
The author claims that any discussion of the heavenly sanctuary must include a discussion of Hebrews, the New Testament book that deals most extensively with the concept.
Through an examination of things such as vocabulary, syntax, and context, the author attempts to determine the true meaning of “divine intention.”
The author investigates judgment motifs written in the Gospels.