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Trusting in the God of Abraham. Loving Law and Prophets. Believing Christ and his Apostles. Found fathers in Paul, Job, Moses, John. Adoring Daniel and Jeremiah. Trying to live in Christ (and for that reason hating foolish images and carven crosses and similar stuff).

hannes


Jul
28
revised What were the Corinthians doing when they “baptized on behalf of the dead”?
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Jul
28
answered What were the Corinthians doing when they “baptized on behalf of the dead”?
Jul
28
comment Why does Moses speak in first person in Deuteronomy?
Interesting observation and question. For Genesis: because Moses was (just) compilator/redactor/editor. For Deutoronomy: ?
Jul
28
revised Who is the little horn that 'has eyes' and is 'speaking' blasphemous things in Daniel 7?
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Jul
27
revised Who is the little horn that 'has eyes' and is 'speaking' blasphemous things in Daniel 7?
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Jul
27
answered Who is the little horn that 'has eyes' and is 'speaking' blasphemous things in Daniel 7?
Jul
24
revised Should the word 'satan' be left untranslated, merely be transliterated and left to the traditional connotations?
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Jul
24
asked Can Revelation 20:5 “the rest of the dead…” rightfully claim to be part of the original text?
Jul
24
asked Should the word 'satan' be left untranslated, merely be transliterated and left to the traditional connotations?
Jul
24
comment How many future resurrections are there in the New Testament?
yes that one. Thanks to the question I realized I had almost forgotten about it.
Jul
24
comment Who is the “god of this world” in 2 Corinthians 4:4?
I am quite certain, though, that Paul did not use the word cosmos there but rather was he referring to the god of this aion, of this time and age irreverent to the good news of God and his Christ.
Jul
24
comment How many future resurrections are there in the New Testament?
I had mentioned it before. It had not received any interest. Because of your suggestion I wrote to the editors of the Nestle-Aland again, which I had done 5 years ago in the same matter. Their argument pro text was weak i.m.o. back then.
Jul
24
comment Angels of God in Luke 12:8
Your question is actually a good argument against the probably too simple notion of one common textual source molded into Matthew's, Luke's, and Mark's account.
Jul
24
comment How many future resurrections are there in the New Testament?
Thanks for the reference. Good discussion by someone obviously not JW. As far as I am informed, JW do build some of their ideas on that part of the verse (Rev 20:5). It had i.m.o. been added along with Augustin's and others' view of the millenium as the church reigning, which is unsupported but was favourable to many.
Jul
24
comment How many future resurrections are there in the New Testament?
See e.g. Nestle-Aland apparatus for Rev 20:5. The first half of the verse was quite obviously not part of the original text.
Jul
24
revised How many future resurrections are there in the New Testament?
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Jul
24
comment Did Jesus primarily use an exegetical or hermeneutical approach in explaining the meaning of the Hebrew Scriptures?
Tertium datur? Perhaps there is a third way of approach?
Jul
20
answered Ephesians 2:8. Was salvation attained and kept to the present through continued faith?
Jul
18
revised Was Jesus raised 'for our justification' or 'because of' it?
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Jul
18
comment In John 14:2, what is Jesus' Father's house?
It suggests a kind of restlessness. One gets driven hither and tither, and there seems to be no place to stay.