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comment Was Aaron the High Priest also a Messiah or Savior?
Not a close parallel, but there are also some helpful resources in: "Title of Christ?" on Christianity.SE.
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revised Linking NT Greek to Hebrew through the LXX
making explicit LXX/NT language link
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revised Linking NT Greek to Hebrew through the LXX
typo (grrr)
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revised Linking NT Greek to Hebrew through the LXX
completing v. 1.0 of entry
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answered Linking NT Greek to Hebrew through the LXX
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revised Linking NT Greek to Hebrew through the LXX
edited tags
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revised What does the Greek for “be reconciled” mean in 2 Corinthians 5:20?
reformatted, linked ref, minor tidying of Markdown
Dec
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comment Is Romans 3:24-26 original to Paul?
On the general case, see more recently the work of William O. Walker, Jr.: "The Burden of Proof in Identifying Interpolations in the Pauline Letters", New Testament Studies 33/4 (1987), 610-618; later developed in Interpolations in the Pauline Letters (Sheffield Academic Press, 2001). I don't believe he deals directly with Romans 3:23-26, however.
Dec
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comment Is Romans 3:24-26 original to Paul?
I don't find your "...Paul (and God)..." (x4) a helpful formulation, as it flirts with a dictation model that is more at home with Gabriel and Muhammed than the Holy Spirit and Paul. Still, a very helpful contribution. +1
Dec
18
comment Was Jesus’ commandment to “love enemies” (Matthew 5:43) meant literally?
@user6509 - We've edited the question to conform to the site guidelines. I think it raises the question you're interested in, without implying that anyone reading it is a "Christian who seeks to follow biblical teachings" (since this is not a Christian site), as Dan♦ mentioned. Please feel free to tweak if we've not caught your point sufficiently well.
Dec
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revised Was Jesus’ commandment to “love enemies” (Matthew 5:43) meant literally?
re-cast question for 3rd person reading; added text link, paragraphing.
Dec
17
comment Why does God seek to kill Moses in Exodus 4:24
Not quite a duplicate, more a parallel, in "What is the significance of Moses being called a 'bridegroom of blood'?".
Dec
17
comment Was Jesus’ commandment to “love enemies” (Matthew 5:43) meant literally?
Welcome! It's hard to know who "we" is, which is used to frame this question (first two, and last sentences). This suggests the question might be more at home on Christianity.SE. In either case, here or there, it will need some tweaking to meet this site's guidelines for questions. It might help to take the Site Tour, too.
Dec
17
revised What is being “judged” in 2 Corinthians 5:10?
text links; tagging; simplify title
Dec
16
awarded  Investor
Dec
16
revised Ezekiel 16:4 - Why were babies rubbed with salt?
typo and tweak
Dec
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revised Ezekiel 16:4 - Why were babies rubbed with salt?
added Galen bit
Dec
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revised Ezekiel 16:4 - Why were babies rubbed with salt?
added linguistic note
Dec
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revised Ezekiel 16:4 - Why were babies rubbed with salt?
typos (grrr)
Dec
16
answered Ezekiel 16:4 - Why were babies rubbed with salt?