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Nov
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comment Worms or Anguish in Mark 9:48? (Is “worms” a bad translation?)
So, "anguish" is not even close to a valid translation?
Nov
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comment What is “Regula Fidei”?
@Caleb OK, after a day, I've regrouped and finished the answer.
Nov
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revised What is “Regula Fidei”?
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Nov
10
asked Worms or Anguish in Mark 9:48? (Is “worms” a bad translation?)
Nov
10
comment Does 2 Corinthians 9:6 indicate a reaping of earthly wealth?
After looking at this with fresh eyes, I agree. It really should be moved to C.SE, pending the community agreement on some sort of doctrinal guideline
Nov
9
comment What is the head covering referring to in 1 Corinthians 11:4-6?
Those articles are excellent. Also, thanks for the work that went into this one.
Nov
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accepted What is the head covering referring to in 1 Corinthians 11:4-6?
Nov
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awarded  Nice Question
Nov
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awarded  Revival
Nov
9
comment Can we use “linguistic fingerprints” to identify different authors of the Bible?
Welcome to BiblicalHermeneutics.SE!
Nov
9
comment What is “Regula Fidei”?
@Caleb Yeah, I agree. I need to come back and rehash this to include the contrast to the GH approach. (It's a big topic and I was tired of typing.) ;)
Nov
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answered What does it mean that “Scripture interprets Scripture”?
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comment What is “Regula Fidei”?
Sorry for the partial answer. This doesn't really approach the subject of the GH appraoch to hermeneutics.
Nov
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answered What is “Regula Fidei”?
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comment What is the meaning behind the parable of Children in the Marketplace in Luke 7:31-35?
Excellent question! And welcome to BiblicalHermeneutics.SE!
Nov
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revised What is the meaning behind the parable of Children in the Marketplace in Luke 7:31-35?
Just trying to help out a bit. Let me know if this you don't like this edit!
Nov
9
comment What does Jesus mean in Matthew 26:64 with “You have said so”?
@lonesomeday Well, I guess that explains your viewpoint nicely, then. Thanks for the input.
Nov
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comment What does Jesus mean in Matthew 26:64 with “You have said so”?
@lonesomeday Two authors, two views of the same event, one man speaking. That tells me that we can look at the four accounts (in the four gospels) and use them to reconcile each other. Unless you think that all four accounts are recording different events or that all four accounts are made up.
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revised What does Jesus mean in Matthew 26:64 with “You have said so”?
Clean up the verse
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comment What does Jesus mean in Matthew 26:64 with “You have said so”?
@lonesomeday No, you're right. You also have to read the text of Matthew itself to understand. "You have said it so" can mean many things, one of which is "What you said is true". We can infer from Mark that this is the correct interpretation. (Sorry, I skipped that logical step.)