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New Testament

Gospels and Acts of the Apostles

What was the significance of the Transfiguration?

The Transfiguration showed the disciples the completion of Old Testament prophecy. The disciples saw Moses the lawgiver, Elijah the prophet who foretold Jesus’ coming, and Jesus the fulfillment of the law and prophecy. Also, due to its extraordinary nature, the Transfiguration served as an unforgettable memory that strengthened the disciples’ faith in Jesus’ divinity.



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