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I am called to, "Teach the Word of the Lord; sing it to the nations loud and clear."
I enjoy inductive Bible study!
I study to show myself approved unto God.
I am intent upon what Scripture says, what it means and, what difference it makes.
I do not need to be right; but, I do need to discover what is right; thus, I welcome honest interaction/feedback.

e-mail: sarah.noll@frontier.com


Aug
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comment Why is the genealogy in Luke attributed to Mary?
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Aug
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comment Why does the word “void” in Romans 3:31 mean “nullify”?
Amen. Jeremiah 31:31-34, YHWH said He would establish a new covenant with Israel; He would put His law in their minds and write it on their hearts. Thus, the tablet upon which the law was written changed (stone to hearts). Isaiah 42 indicates that Jesus is given as a covenant to the people. Matthew 26:28 Jesus said the cup was His blood of the new covenant shed for many for the remission of sins. The curse of the law (consequence of sin) is no longer required of believers for Christ has taken that on himself. But the law remains and if we love him we keep His commandments.
Aug
7
revised John 12:24--In what way does the grain of wheat die?
added link to related question
Aug
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asked John 12:24--In what way does the grain of wheat die?
Aug
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accepted Does the adulterer in Matthew 5:32 cause the spouse to commit adultery or make her a victim of adultery?
Aug
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awarded  Benefactor
Aug
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comment Does the adulterer in Matthew 5:32 cause the spouse to commit adultery or make her a victim of adultery?
I think you responded to this based on my "note" in the question; this is a very well rounded answer addressing the many facets of the matter. Would you be able to include any insight about how this particular piece in Matthew 5:32 then fits into the puzzle--namely what the one who divorces for a reason other than sexual immorality causes for his wife. That still remains at the heart of the question though I do not wish to ignore or isolate it from the rest of the council of God on the matter.
Aug
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accepted Calculation of date from Genesis 7:11
Aug
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accepted Does Genesis 7:6 chronologically follow Genesis 7:11?
Aug
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awarded  Promoter
Aug
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accepted What basis do we have for defining Sabbatismos in Hebrews 4:9?
Jul
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
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comment “the first day of the week” in 1 Corinthians 16:2
Welch says that the readers might think "there is no evidence given for the 'twelve days' that this view necessitates." Note however, that Welch quotes from Bullinger's note on Acts 20:7. Keep in mind, scholars place the writing of the Book of Acts between 60 AD to 150 AD. Bullinger likely believed the event recounted in Acts took place in the year AD 57. In Acts 20:7, we see Paul left after the feast of unleavened bread (7 days), sailed for 5 days, then gathered with the disciples on “day one belonging to the Sabbaths.” 7+ 5 = 12.
Mar
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comment How can the 3 Questions be resolved with the math still correct?
fdb. You said, "Let us assume that Noah was born on the first day of the year and that he begat Shem on his 500th birthday. Shem would then have been born when Noah was 500 years and 9 months old." It sounds like you are saying here that begat means conception and thus at 500, 9mo Shem would be born. Do you think yelad = birth or conception?
Mar
23
reviewed Reviewed What day of the week was the Pentecost in Acts 2?
Mar
23
comment What day of the week was the Pentecost in Acts 2?
Thank you for sharing this insight. What bearing does this have on which day of the week Pentecost fell on as recorded in Acts 2? Please edit your answer to include this and show how the one logically leads to the other. Here are the basic requirements for answers on this site: 1) focus on the text; 2) show all work logically, step by step; 3) support every assertion with quotes/link/citation to credible sources; 4) stop short of application (this site deals with what the text means, not what difference it makes); 5) be sure to answer the question. That should get you off to a good start.
Mar
23
revised “How did Jesus' ”teaching with authority“ differ from the Scribes?”
removing reflections on facts leaving only the facts for folks to ponder on their own.
Mar
22
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
21
reviewed Leave Closed What words existed in Greek to express the concept “eternal”?
Mar
21
revised Calculation of date from Genesis 7:11
Removing a distracting line since the comments indicate it stemmed from a misunderstanding.