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I've been a Christian since 1985, and a member of East Heights United Methodist Church in Wichita since 1994, though I no longer live in Wichita. My theology is Wesleyan/Arminian, but I don't think all Christians must share this view.

I believe that the Bible is inspired but not inerrant, that it was written to teach us about God and not the physical universe.

I believe faith is not an intellectual pursuit but a transformation of our entire being.


Feb
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reviewed Excellent Should the title in Isaiah 9 be translated?
Feb
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reviewed Satisfactory Paul's knowledge of Jannes and Jambres the magicians of Egypt
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awarded  Custodian
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reviewed Satisfactory Romans 16:7 : “fellowprisoners” in the book of Romans?!
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reviewed Satisfactory Tribe of Benjamin Elite Corps of Slingers
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reviewed Excellent Who does Jesus refer to by the phrase “another who testifies about me” in John 5:32?
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awarded  Good Answer
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awarded  Nice Question
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comment Would it matter if the ID of 'Autor' was revealed and who are the potential candidates?
For a summary of Harnack's case for Priscilla as the author, see this question from Christianity.SE. Most of Harnack's arguments actually point to Priscilla and Aquila as joint authors.
Jan
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comment Would it matter if the ID of 'Autor' was revealed and who are the potential candidates?
+1 for an excellent summary. Could you expand a little on what the implications are for the New Perspective if Hebrews was written by Paul?
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awarded  Popular Question
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accepted What is the meaning of Jesus' teaching about unclean spirits returning to a person after being driven out?
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awarded  Popular Question
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asked What is the meaning of Jesus' teaching about unclean spirits returning to a person after being driven out?
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awarded  Good Answer
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awarded  Yearling
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Aug
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comment How is it that Jesus could be “three days and three nights in the heart of the earth”?
Good answer! I'll defer to Monica on the Hebrew, but in Greek "three days and three nights" certainly had the idiomatic connotation you've mentioned. Early Christians who translated the gospels from Greek to Latin and later to other languages explained the phrase precisely on those grounds.
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awarded  Nice Question
Jun
15
answered Does Peter intend to identify the Pauline Epistles as canonical?