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revised Why is Tamar “more righteous” than Judah?
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comment Why is Tamar “more righteous” than Judah?
Did you asked on the birthright?
Aug
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comment Why is Tamar “more righteous” than Judah?
I am not saying or implying that Tamar knew the spiritual significance of the birthright [like how we understand it since we are the New Testament believers] but she definitely knew the importance of having the birthright. Why the downvote though? I am sorry if I confused you in that I interweave the account with spiritual significance of the types.
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answered Why is Tamar “more righteous” than Judah?
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revised Does the adulterer in Matthew 5:32 cause the spouse to commit adultery or make her a victim of adultery?
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awarded  Editor
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revised Interpretation of Dan being a serpent?
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comment Interpretation of Dan being a serpent?
Erm ... is there a reason for the downvote?
Aug
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answered Meek versus humble
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answered Does the adulterer in Matthew 5:32 cause the spouse to commit adultery or make her a victim of adultery?
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answered Interpretation of Dan being a serpent?
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comment What constitutes “destroying God's temple” as in 1 Corinthians 3:17?
They are the works of the flesh. Wood signifies the human nature [in contrast with acacia wood used in building the tabernacle, which, signifies Christ’s human nature, strong in character and high in standard]. Grass signifies man in the flesh (Isa. 40:6-7). Stubble signifies lifelessness [No Spirit, dead works]. Stubble is the stump of the crops after being reaped. With the stubble there is no seed, no life. Yes, there is a matter of the kingdom reward to the overcomers. This does solves if not all of the "Arminianism-ly" verses i.e. Matthew, Hebrews etc.
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comment What is the referent of “body of Christ” in 1 Corinthians 11:29?
Erm ... indirectly. Why do I say this? Although the body in 11:24 denotes the physical body of Jesus, Paul uses the expression, “not discerning the body,” in verse 29 to denote also the mystical Body. The Body of Christ is very much related to His administration for the carrying out of His will. To discern the Body is first to realize that Christ has only one mystical Body. So, it is extremely serious to come to the Lord’s table with a divisive spirit and thereby fail to discern the body. Because many of the believers at Corinth (1:10—4:21) failed to discern the body, some became weak.
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answered What is the referent of “body of Christ” in 1 Corinthians 11:29?
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answered What constitutes “destroying God's temple” as in 1 Corinthians 3:17?