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Aug
29
revised Should Luke be considered a 'primary' source concerning events in Jesus' life?
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Aug
29
revised Should Luke be considered a 'primary' source concerning events in Jesus' life?
tidy and add Mason quote in conclusion; revise in light of more focused question from OP
Aug
29
comment Did Eve tell Adam that he would become as gods?
Please note that the Stack Exchange network is for Q&A and is not a forum. It is in any case helpful to have questions on the same text linked - note the "Linked" URL in the top right sidebar - and the other question is back-linked as well, adding value to these related (yes, they are) questions.
Aug
29
revised Did Eve tell Adam that he would become as gods?
removing dialogue with comments
Aug
28
revised Should Luke be considered a 'primary' source concerning events in Jesus' life?
typo
Aug
28
comment Grammer of word in Genesis 1:9
Welcome to BH.SE - If you haven't already, do take the site tour, and see what we’re looking for in questions. In particular, language questions that do not involve textual interpretation are not "on topic" for this site (discussion at link). With no bet or tsade, I'm puzzled why you could think it could be from קָבַץ. Maybe worth investing some time here? ;)
Aug
28
revised Should Luke be considered a 'primary' source concerning events in Jesus' life?
added significant qualifier
Aug
28
revised Should Luke be considered a 'primary' source concerning events in Jesus' life?
clarified
Aug
28
answered Should Luke be considered a 'primary' source concerning events in Jesus' life?
Aug
27
comment What is the meaning of the phrase “men and brethren” in Acts?
I wonder if it's worth noting that this formula is already used in 4 Maccabees 8:19; and there is the variation "men, brothers, and fathers" in Acts 7:2 and 22:1.
Aug
27
revised What is the meaning of the phrase “men and brethren” in Acts?
One quick fix before the original author comes back for an edit and tidy (I see the comment!) :)
Aug
26
comment What textual clues are there that the original readers of Genesis would have understood 11:27–50:26 in a different way than Genesis 2:4–11:26?
Showing these sections are "thematically distinct" does not address the question of readerly understanding in antiquity. Which, I take it, is OP's concern.
Aug
25
revised Is this a figure of speech?
clarification + xrefs added
Aug
24
comment Why is Jeremiah 31 addressed to Ephraim?
Related: "What is the name of Joseph's Tribe"
Aug
23
revised synoptic-problem wiki description
slightly expanded; added resources
Aug
23
revised What is the best translation of Job 6:14?
fixed English - thanks @Susan :)
Aug
23
revised What is the best translation of Job 6:14?
fixed pointing - thanks @Susan
Aug
23
revised What is the proper translation of Hosea 11:12?
edited tags
Aug
22
comment Does Hosea 1:9 contain a reference to the divine name I AM?
Latest (2011) NIV has a footnote: "or [not] your I AM" - without crossref to Ex 3 though. FWIW.
Aug
22
revised synoptic-problem wiki description
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