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On the basis of John 15:12-13, we are not just allowed to love our neighbor more than ourselves, but we are required to. This passage states: My commandment is this—to love one another just as I have loved you. 13 No one has greater love than this—that one lays down his life for his friends. Only one who truly loves his or her neighbor more than ...


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1. Question Restatement: Question 1: Someone just came to me arguing that the second of the biggest commandments is also a commandment to love oneself. Question 2: My hope is that there could be a language perspective on the word ὡς that could shed light on this, but as far as I know that word can be used in both senses. NOTE: Ironically -- it is ...


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First, I need to qualify or explain that we need to bring in the field of Mathematics and Engineering into this question. some people have problem with that because , they quote 1Cor 2:5-6, which I now try to transliterate from Greek, so that the your belief shall not be of/in wisdom of humans but of/in the dynamics of god. Wisdom which we speak is ...


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This seems to paint doctors in a somewhat negative light to say that she suffered under their care. That is one reading of the text but it is not the only one. Almost all English translations allow that reading, with the only exception I can find being the Weymouth New Testament: and had undergone many different treatments under a number of doctors ...


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Jesus' family didn't only include Mary (His mother) or Joseph. He also had many brothers and other relatives, such as aunts, uncles etc. John the Baptist, for example, was one of His cousins -which I'm sure everyone already knows. They were quite numerous! While a portion of his family certainly deemed Jesus to be "crazy" (who exactly or how many is ...



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