“A dream is within the domain of intellectual, ethical and spiritual experience.”

Manny completes his study of dreams before going on to a study of visions…


The start of our study on visions will start tomorrow. I want to share some insight from a man who I have admired for many years; that would be Dr. Merrill f. Unger.

Merrill Frederick Unger (1909–1980) was a Bible commentator, scholar, and theologian. He earned his A.B. and Ph.D. degrees at Johns Hopkins University, and his Th.M. and Th.D. degrees at Dallas Theological Seminary. After serving as a pastor at several churches, Unger taught for a year at Gordon College. For the next 19 years, until 1967 – at which time he became professor emeritus, Unger was professor of Old Testament studies at Dallas Theological Seminary. Unger was a prolific writer who authored some 40 books many of which are well received in Christian colleges and seminaries. Unger was also a well-known Biblical archaeologist.

I would like to share his perspective on dreams from his dictionary.* “A…

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2 Responses to “A dream is within the domain of intellectual, ethical and spiritual experience.”

  1. Mannyr says:

    Thanks for the reblog Chris.
    Blessings to you and yours.

    • Chris says:

      You’re welcome, Manny.

      I’m really enjoying the study you are doing on dreams and visions. I think we are getting close to the advent of our Lord and Savior. We know that dreams and visions will be evident more and more as we get nearer. It was hard to select just one post, but I’ve linked to your blog so that anyone can see the study. It is a very appropriate subject.

      God’s blessings…

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