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awarded  Popular Question
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comment How many future resurrections are there in the New Testament?
@hannes: you mean this one?
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comment How many future resurrections are there in the New Testament?
@hannes: possibly a good new question to post?
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comment How many future resurrections are there in the New Testament?
@hannes: isn't that view specifically believed by Jehovah's Witnesses?
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revised How many future resurrections are there in the New Testament?
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revised How many future resurrections are there in the New Testament?
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answered How many future resurrections are there in the New Testament?
Jul
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revised Who is the man in Daniel's vision in Daniel 10?
Completely rewritten based on received comments (thanks to commentators)
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accepted Why is this same word translated both “they”, “he” and “him” in Luke 10:38?
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comment Why is this same word translated both “they”, “he” and “him” in Luke 10:38?
Again, my thanks Frank!
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comment Why is this same word translated both “they”, “he” and “him” in Luke 10:38?
Thanks. The NET Bible's footnotes are excellent. (Just a shame I can't get a URL to a specific chapter / verse.)
Jul
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comment Why is this same word translated both “they”, “he” and “him” in Luke 10:38?
@FrankLuke, oh, ow, silly mistake, thx for the correction.
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comment Why is this same word translated both “they”, “he” and “him” in Luke 10:38?
@MonicaCellio: exactly my point. Who went into the house? Some commentaries say it was only Jesus, but also mention that other people must have been present because Martha was busy with much serving. And so I'm puzzled why this same word is translated different ways here.
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asked Why is this same word translated both “they”, “he” and “him” in Luke 10:38?
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accepted Was it unusual for a woman (Mary) to sit at Jesus' feet in the account of Luke 10?
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comment What does “My Lord and my God” Mean?
Most significantly, it highlights the deity of Christ. Jesus didn't deny being God.
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comment Was it unusual for a woman (Mary) to sit at Jesus' feet in the account of Luke 10?
Thanks, this matches my interpretation. Until now, I've heard people mention the John 4 story demonstrating Jesus' attitude to women, but never this story, hence my question.
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comment Was it unusual for a woman (Mary) to sit at Jesus' feet in the account of Luke 10?
Related: When and how did men and women start sitting together in church?
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asked Was it unusual for a woman (Mary) to sit at Jesus' feet in the account of Luke 10?
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