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THE OURANOLOGY OF THE APOCALYPSE OF ABRAHAM

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Scholars universally dismiss the reference to an eighth heaven in Apoc. Abr. 19.6 as a late addition, but they have apparently done so without fully understanding the difficult sequence of activity in chaps. 15-19. With the help of other texts, the confusing web of spatial indicators in these chapters can be mapped out in a sensible and logical manner. This article not only argues that the narrative is more coherent than previous accounts have assumed, but also that the eighth heaven is a necessary part of the narrative.

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2004-11-01
2016-12-03

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