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by Walter A. Elwell
The “lawless one” (2 Thess. 2:8) has been connected with Beliar, which rabbinic tradition interpreted as “without yoke” (belî'ol), that is, refusing the law's yoke. This connection seems strengthened by the LXX translation of belial by paranomos ...
by Watson E. Mills, Roger Aubrey Bullard
and the Thessalo- nians (2 Thess 1 :13) and the faithful saints (Eph 1:15), for the faith, love, and hope of the ...
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