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answered Influence of Tubingen School of F.C. Baur
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revised Influence of Tubingen School of F.C. Baur
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comment Interpretations of Elihu in Job
@wrongusername Seriously? Read the answer again... Pay special attention to the Job 33:29-30 verse.
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accepted How can we understand “fear”?
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revised Is Paul's visit to Jerusalem detailed in Galatians 2 the Jerusalem Council?
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answered Is Paul's visit to Jerusalem detailed in Galatians 2 the Jerusalem Council?
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reviewed Approve Who subjected the creation to futility in Rom. 8:20-21?
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accepted What does “Jealous” mean in Exodus 34:14?
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accepted Is there an English equivalent for Nephilim of Genesis 6:4?
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answered Life after death in Ecclesiastes
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revised Life after death in Ecclesiastes
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comment “You are gods” in John 10:30-36
This is a reference to Psalm 82:6. (That might help someone wiser than me who's trying to figure this one out.)
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comment Who subjected the creation to futility in Rom. 8:20-21?
Also, see my answer. Adam was responsible for "subjecting the land" (setting it in order), but the one who "subjected it to futility" wasn't Adam--just God.
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comment Who subjected the creation to futility in Rom. 8:20-21?
@JonEricson There we go. I threw a comment under the Isaiah verse to help illustrate that it does support God as the creator of the curse (even though humans bear the guilt of the curse).
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answered Interpretations of Elihu in Job
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comment Interpretations of Elihu in Job
+1 I love Elihu! Excellent fodder for youth ministry
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comment Who are “the least of these my brothers” in Matthew 25?
@jimreed Very true. I haven't really looked into this too much. Furthermore, this is a parable and it's "a King" talking here. While we can easily accept this to mean Jesus, it is still a parable, so there might be a little wiggle room in that. Furthermore, you're right that our perspectives and Jesus' perspectives are very differene, since the last (from our perspective) will be first and the first (from our perspective) will be last. Like I said, I can dig into that a bit more. (Still... the question is in regards to the group, not the sorting thereof.)