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- Reading Books and Listening to Talks is Not Enough
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Peter’s letters were written sometime before the destruction of Jerusalem (AD70).
The main theme of 1 Peter was how to
The structure of 1 Peter is divided in the following order
When Peter says that our inheritance is imperishable, undefiled, and unfading, he is referring to the fact that there is nothing internal to it that will cause it to rot or pass away.
Peter’s final exhortation in 1 Peter is to
A central theme of 2 Peter is the believer
Peter also teaches that through the knowledge of God, God will also give us the material things we desire.
The structure of 2 Peter is divided in the following order
Peter compares apostates to fallen angels and the unrighteous of Sodom and Gomorrah.
Peter teaches that in order to not be deceived by the “deceived deceivers” one must