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Apr
27
comment Rev 9:4: Do not hurt the non-existing grass?
No @ Joseph, I do not see nuclear war here,but there will be (i think) a lot of nuclear weapons in the earth at the end of the world.
Apr
26
comment Rev 9:4: Do not hurt the non-existing grass?
Will the grass will grow back in contaminated soil ? "nuclear war" for example. nucleardarkness.org/nuclear/nuclearandconventionalweapons
Apr
24
accepted What did Satan mean, when he replied to God, “Skin for Skin”?
Apr
24
comment In Romans 1:30 what does “Inventors of evil things” imply?
Welcome back Wilberteric.
Apr
20
revised Who are the “kings of the earth”?
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Apr
18
revised Who are the “kings of the earth”?
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Apr
18
revised Who are the “kings of the earth”?
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Apr
18
answered Who are the “kings of the earth”?
Apr
12
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Apr
1
accepted Does Christ return to Heaven after the thousand year reign, and then return to earth after the seventh trumpet?
Apr
1
accepted Does Babylon get 'attacked twice' on the 'Day of the Lord.'
Apr
1
accepted When Job curses the day he was born in Chapter 3, does he curse God?
Mar
31
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Mar
29
comment Plants created before the sun?
You have a valid point.Plants cannot photosynthesize without the rays from the sun.
Mar
26
accepted Why is “bloods,” translated as “blood,” in Genesis 4:10?
Mar
14
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
14
comment Why is “bloods,” translated as “blood,” in Genesis 4:10?
Hebrews 12:24 is certainly relevant for understanding of my question.
Mar
14
comment Why is “bloods,” translated as “blood,” in Genesis 4:10?
@ gideon marx, My question has its "root," in this question-hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/questions/16991/…
Mar
13
comment Why is “bloods,” translated as “blood,” in Genesis 4:10?
@Jonathan Chell-I understand your comment Re: 'your brother's (singular) bloods (plural). Worth thinking about is, Abel spoke through the sacrifice and in the same way (prophecy),he speaks through "the blood," only blood is plural, so in "prophecy," Abel is speaking "through the bloods."
Mar
13
asked Why is “bloods,” translated as “blood,” in Genesis 4:10?