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accepted Where did James get the idea that breaking one commandment means breaking all?
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comment Where did James get the idea that breaking one commandment means breaking all?
You said he relies on jewish scripture. "If ye fulfil the royal law according to the scripture ..." Which one? What verse?
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comment Where did James get the idea that breaking one commandment means breaking all?
So nothing like this is ever in torah? I think I have read that somewhere in old testament. Yahweh says something around doing the whole commandment and not doing it means breaking all. I just forget the verse.
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comment Where did James get the idea that breaking one commandment means breaking all?
So somebody, that's not Jesus, not a prophet, a no body, writes a personal opinion and we have to accept that as scripture?
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asked Where did James get the idea that breaking one commandment means breaking all?
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comment Are the words “wife” and “woman” the same in Hebrew and Greek?
What exactly did I do? Also, where in the bible does it say that adultery means "having sex with someone you're not married too". I guess abraham committed adultery with hagar then because hagar is not abraham's wife.
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comment Is “revile the gods” (KJV) an accurate translation in Exo. 22:28?
Does elohim really mean judges or rulers instead of mere gods? Did Rashi said that elohim is a homonym to make torah looks more monotheistic than it really is
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comment Is Deuteronomy 32:39 a monotheistic declaration?
you mean the author of 32:8-9, 12 are different than the author of 32:39? That they are quite likely written on different time?
Jun
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comment What is the significance of Mark's 'Long Ending'?
I upvoted it. I think it's downvoted for the same reason my questions are downvoted. Your answers downplay a very important christian doctrine. That the gospel is historically accurate and that it's perfectly preserved by God. Both is necessary though not sufficient to maintain reasonable faith in mainstream christian theology. If we can't trust the gospel, what can we trust?
Jun
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comment Why are the three accounts of Paul's conversion on the road to Damascus different
It's kind of strange that we have contradictions within the same book written by the same author. Is it possible that Luke contradict himself? Or is book of acts written by a bunch of people?
Jun
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comment What is the significance of '7 generations' in Luke’s account of Jesus's genealogy?
Why would LXX tries to make the earth look older? Due to scientific/historical evidence showing much older earth ;)?
Jun
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comment Did Luke base the story of Paul's conversion on the ancient play, the Bacchae, by Euripides
Dynosius? The god that also change water into wine?
Jun
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comment Is Deuteronomy 32:39 a monotheistic declaration?
So your take is that Yes it's indeed monotheistic declaration but of latter period. That is unlike deuteronomy 32:8-9 that could be a mere henotheistic declaration of exodus period?
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accepted Is Deuteronomy 32:39 a monotheistic declaration?
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comment Is Deuteronomy 32:39 a monotheistic declaration?
Look I usually come to this forum, question a text that are against christian believe. This time, I come to this forum questioning the other side in favor of christianity. I hope I got a different response
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asked Is Deuteronomy 32:39 a monotheistic declaration?
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comment Why is “Elyon” Translated as “The” Most High?
except 32:39. I will ask around