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The answer to the grammar came through Susan. This is the answer to "Who is the son of man in Matthew 16:13?" The short answer: He is the words that come out of your mouth. The Long Answer To show the Hebrew classification of the metaphor. “God is not a man, that He should lie, Nor a son of man, that He should repent; Has He said, and will He not do ...


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Is Daniel 7:13-14 too simple an answer? I would say that he is declaring himself as the son of God. it is also addressed in Who is the man in Daniel's vision in Daniel 10?


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OP asks: If we read "But whom say ye that I am?" as "But whom say ye that I am?" instead of "But whom say ye that I am?" does this change the question? Perhaps, but this is not a valid reading of the Greek (For those who missed it as I did the first three times through, the difference is in the bolding of "I" in the OP's proposed translation rather ...


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Arthur J. Droge ('The Status of Peter in the Fourth Gospel: A Note on John 18:10-11', republished on JSTOR) says a number of commentators have observed that the Fourth Gospel exhibits a marked tendency to exalt the Beloved Disciple at the expense of Peter, with frequent episodes in which the Beloved Disciple and Peter appear as rivals. Christopher W. ...


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Christopher W. Skinner ('Who Was the Beloved Disciple') says the beloved disciple stands in contrast to Simon Peter, who is characterised less positively. In each instance the beloved disciple responds to Jesus in a way that the narrator considers praiseworthy, while Peter expresses confusion, doubt, and misunderstanding before he denies that he knows Jesus. ...


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Peter, a mere Galilean fisherman, stood up and made an unscripted, impromptu speech in which he demonstrated an accurate recollection of Joel 2:28-32: Acts 2:17-20: And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh: and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions, and ...


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I believe the answer is "for us" (i.e. for the Apostles). Preceding parable: Luke 12:35–40 (RSV) Let your loins be girded and your lamps burning, and be like men who are waiting for their master to come home from the marriage feast, so that they may open to him at once when he comes and knocks. Blessed are those servants whom the master finds ...



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