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comment What does Mark 7: 19 really say?
Closely related question: "Is there any reason to think that Mark 7:19 has a later addition?"
Aug
1
comment How many Isaiahs?
@C.StirlingBartholomew Are you aware of when the division of Isaiah into the three parts OP mentions was first proposed? "Understanding the text as we have it" didn't start in 1947, nor do the DSS contribute anything to the analysis of the origins of the book of Isaiah.
Jul
30
revised A special hermeneutical term for the writer's main goal for writing a book?
clarified
Jul
30
revised A special hermeneutical term for the writer's main goal for writing a book?
typos
Jul
30
revised A special hermeneutical term for the writer's main goal for writing a book?
squashing tiny typos
Jul
30
revised A special hermeneutical term for the writer's main goal for writing a book?
edited body
Jul
30
answered A special hermeneutical term for the writer's main goal for writing a book?
Jul
29
reviewed Approve How Could Abraham receive Canaan as “an everlasting possession”, as promised in Genesis 17:8?
Jul
29
revised What are the Hebrew words for Man and Woman?
typo + tag (@Oliver - if you really want "dwell", do revert - but that's very odd usage!)
Jul
29
comment What are the Hebrew words for Man and Woman?
Peripherally related: Are the words “wife” and “woman” the same in Hebrew and Greek?
Jul
18
comment Χριστοῦ ᾽Ιησοῦ vs. ᾽Ιησοῦ Χριστοῦ: Is there a difference?
If I recall correctly, I searched on "jesus christ" "christ jesus" is:q which found the relevant Q&As. BH.SE does use Unicode, but you can also use wildcards, so this: Χριστ* is:q gets 22 hits, which isn't too many to scan through. (The is:q bit limits the search to questions only.) HTH!
Jul
18
comment How should the chronologies of Galatians 1:16-17 and Acts 9 be reconciled?
A couple good scholarly articles you might be interested to read: Doug Campbell, "An Anchor for Pauline Chronology...", * Journal of Biblical Literature 121/2 (2002), 279-302; Rainer Riesner, "Pauline Chronology", from the Blackwell Companion to Paul, ed. Stephen Westerholm (2011). HTH.
Jul
17
comment Χριστοῦ ᾽Ιησοῦ vs. ᾽Ιησοῦ Χριστοῦ: Is there a difference?
For the "somewhat separate question", see also the resources in a couple of posts in "meta": "What good reference works on Biblical studies are available (freely) online?" + "To Interpret Koine Greek, which contemporary writers can be used for comparison?" If there are specific problems that you're interested in working out an approach to, you can ask on Meta, using the tags discussion and specific-question
Jul
17
comment Χριστοῦ ᾽Ιησοῦ vs. ᾽Ιησοῦ Χριστοῦ: Is there a difference?
+ another closed as duplicate (no answers): "Does the use of 'Christ Jesus' have any special significance?"
Jul
15
revised How is John's answer in Luke 9:49 an answer?
Odd fixing details for a Master Questioner. :)
Jul
15
comment What is the meaning of the parable of the virgins and the Bridegroom
An interesting question, that has already been asked before. Please see the previous Q&A. If your interests are different from that question, please edit your question to specify your concern. + see also What does the oil in the ten virgins parable represent? and Are the 'ten virgins' told in Jesus' parable multiple brides or just general wedding party?Thanks!
Jul
15
revised What is the meaning of the parable of the virgins and the Bridegroom
added ref + link; re-tagged
Jul
15
comment Jam 5:16 who is this 'confession' being made to?
Begs the question of who "you" is in 5:14 (as in "among you") and throughout the letter, no?
Jul
13
comment Paul rebukes Peter in Galatians: short and sweet or speech?
Bah. Intended this as a comment :/ but will leave it here in case I come back to.
Jul
13
answered Paul rebukes Peter in Galatians: short and sweet or speech?