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comment Question about NET note and Symbols for Codex Sinaiticus
If ScottS's answer is "correct", the normal procedure would be to indicate that by clicking the "check mark" under the up/down arrows at the top-left of his answer. Looks like a good one to me!
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revised What is the best translation of Job 6:14?
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expanded explanation of ancient vss + xref to Joseph
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comment Are the words “wife” and “woman” the same in Hebrew and Greek?
The shortest answer to the title question is "yes": 'ishshah in Hebrew can mean either "woman" or "wife"; and gunē in Greek can mean either "woman" or "wife". @FrankLuke provides the necessary discussion of these bare facts as it bears on your wider question(s).
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comment Woman with an Issue of Blood (Mark 5:21-43; cp. Matt 9:18-26, Luke 8:40-56)
Another "welcome!" Those are some interesting reflections, but it's difficult for me to see what the real question is. Can you sharpen what it is that requires an answer? (This is a "Q&A" site!) | I would add a #3 to your common features: typically (not always) Jesus' healing miracles are initiated by the sufferer (they seek Jesus' help). It might be worth differentiating the sorts of "works of power" that the gospels describe Jesus performing, because they do have different characteristics, as your examples imply.
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comment What is the new covenant made with Jews/Israel in Jeremiah 31:31
You might need to read Joshua Moon's book, Jeremiah's New Covenant: An Augustinian Reading. He's got all the data. Away you go!
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revised Omission of 'fasting' in Mark 9:29
Vorlage(n) (is German, not English)
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awarded  Revival
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revised How do we interpret Luke 17:37?
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revised Meek versus humble
"meek" in modern translations links
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revised Meek versus humble
typo - grrr...
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revised Meek versus humble
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