Daily Archives: April 15, 2010

Leithart on Peter putting on the garment in John 21

Some oddities of the narrative of John 21. Peter, we’re told, has stripped, apparently to make it easier to do his fishing. When he hears that Jesus is on the shore, he puts ON his outer robe and throws himself … Continue reading

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Lost and Richard Alpert’s identity

As the Lost series comes to an end, Peter Leithart offers a very intriguing and possibly shocking look into the symbolic meaning of the series: So.  I picked up a book the other day, The Harvard Psychedelic Club: How Timothy Leary, … Continue reading

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Fish and Dominion

An interesting point is that the fishermen do not seem to have dominion over the fish in John 21. The new gardener, Jesus does. In Him, the dominion mandate will be fulfilled, because He possesses all authority in heaven and … Continue reading

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Resurrection and Veil

The Old Covenant was characterized by veils. The veil covered the Shekinah glory of God from view. Moses, for instance, wore a veil when he met with God. Those veils meant separation from God and His glory; it meant death. This … Continue reading

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