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comment Logic and life from the dead in Romans 11
@c-stirling-bartholomew - Care to focus the Longacre reference a bit? That book is 362 pages, and it's difficult to know what supports your contention here. Thanks. :)
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revised Logic and life from the dead in Romans 11
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comment How good or bad was Jesus relationship with Pharisee?
@JimThio My reading recommendation :) would be Blomberg's Jesus and the Gospels section on the Pharisees = pp. 50-51, and be sure to see the literature cited in footnote 69 on p. 51. As comments suggest, there is a good question hiding in here; the trick is how to get it out.
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revised Genesis 11:7 - Babel language confusion
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comment Which 'modern' English translation of the Bible is considered the 'closest' or most accurate translation?
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revised Whose voice is it in Revelation 4:1? (Inconsistent red letter usage)
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revised Where did James get the idea that breaking one commandment means breaking all?
tiny typo - hates 'em
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answered Where did James get the idea that breaking one commandment means breaking all?
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revised Was Ezekiel overwhelmed about his commission?
tiny correction to the translation (pl ptc has antecedent in *bene galutha*, not Tel Aviv), but nicely done :) cf. https://goo.gl/mCg86O :)
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revised Did eve say “I have created a man just as the LORD did!”?
linked to quoted text, tidied citation
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comment What is the meaning of אֶת־ in Genesis 4:1?
@RevelationLad Glad that was some help. I'm not sure what you have in mind in asking about what it is "derived from", but of those options, I would take the latter ("language in general")! How the preposition "with" is best understood -- what nuance it conveys -- in Gen 4:1 is a difficult and even contested question. I expect you've seen this Q&A? There's yet more to be said on that front, but some helpful comment there already.
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revised What is the meaning of אֶת־ in Genesis 4:1?
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comment What is the meaning of אֶת־ in Genesis 4:1?
@Susan - Your last sentence is surely correct, and I take it "from" here is a quirk of the KJV. To my mind, the BDB II.1.a falls within acceptable semantic range: cf. Waltke-O'Connor, IBHS, 11.2.4, p. 195 + their example ##2-4. English e.g. "With a following wind, we made the crossing in record time." FWIW!
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revised What is the meaning of אֶת־ in Genesis 4:1?
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revised What is the meaning of אֶת־ in Genesis 4:1?
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revised What is the meaning of אֶת־ in Genesis 4:1?
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answered What is the meaning of אֶת־ in Genesis 4:1?
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revised Jeremiah 49:14-16 and Obadiah vv. 1-4 — who came first?
got rid of `[b]` in Obad v. 3 - quite right, @Susan