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revised What is “Midrash” and how does it relate to Christian principles of hermeneutics?
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reviewed Approve Is “wait” in Isaiah 40:31 active or passive?
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reviewed Approve Hermeneutical Approaches vs. Inductive Bible Study
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reviewed Approve What is “Midrash” and how does it relate to Christian principles of hermeneutics?
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revised What is the “high estate” that the lowly brother has in James 1:9?
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revised What historical reasons resulted in Revelation being included in most Christian canons?
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comment Is the rich man in James 1:10 a brother?
That's actually off topic and should be asked in a new question or in chat. So, I posted it as a new question..
Oct
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asked What is the “high estate” that the lowly brother has in James 1:9?
Oct
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comment Is the rich man in James 1:10 a brother?
No, I consistently translate it as "brother". But brother has many definitions. "fellow man" or "countryman" is just as valid an interpretation of "brother" as "believer" is. It's all about context, my brother.
Oct
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answered What does 1 Corinthians 9:27 literally say?
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comment What does 1 Corinthians 9:27 literally say?
That's an interesting question. The confusion in translation lies with the second word here.
Oct
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answered The difference between living by and walking by the Spirit
Oct
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revised What is Sensus Plenior and how does it impact the field of hermeneutics?
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accepted What is the tree of life in Proverbs 11:30?
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comment What is the tree of life in Proverbs 11:30?
So, the fruit of righteousness is {a tree of life} meaning everlasting life?
Oct
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comment Is the rich man in James 1:10 a brother?
@Soldarnal Well, that is an interest possibility. However, I think we have to discount 1:7 entirely, since the point of that statement isn't to say "a man" but rather "mankind". (In fact, if I were writing a translation, I would use "mankind" there.) It's more of the generic concept of "man". However, In 1:9, he's using the word to indicate a person rather than a concept. So, he's talking here about a low "brother" and a rich one (rather than a low concept of man). Because of that, I still believe that "brother" here is more of a "countryman" or "fellow man". But you make a great point!
Oct
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answered Is “wait” in Isaiah 40:31 active or passive?
Oct
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comment Understanding argument in Galatians 3:19-20
It's related to the Trinity. Jesus is the mediator. I don't have time to post a full answer now, though.
Oct
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comment Is the rich man in James 1:10 a brother?
Sub-note: I checked the Greek on this and it's just as (un)clear as the English translation. :\ Go figure.
Oct
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answered Is the rich man in James 1:10 a brother?