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Apr
26
revised How Do We Know Paul's Opponents in Galatians Profess to be Followers of Jesus?
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Apr
26
revised Why should an altar be made with uncut stone?
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Apr
26
comment Comparison of English word “fool” in original Hebrew and Greek
+1 for giving a helpful linguistic perspective. Our answers are largely compatible, though I consider your statement of the meaning of fool in the Psalms theologically weak given the whole testimony of Scripture (and linguistically, I suspect it of being overly etymological in its derivation of the meaning).
Apr
26
answered Why should an altar be made with uncut stone?
Apr
26
answered Comparison of English word “fool” in original Hebrew and Greek
Apr
23
answered Why does God warn Moses to not allow the priests or the people to approach Sinai?
Apr
23
revised Who believes, is baptized, and is saved in Acts 16?
Added paragraph on union with Christ
Apr
21
answered Meaning of ἡ κοινωνία τῆς πίστεώς σου in Philemon 6
Apr
21
comment Is Ecclesiastes a book of negative wisdom?
Lamp Mode on Ecclesiastes. Those guys are so solid.
Apr
21
asked Connotation of πλεονεξία in Colossians 3:5
Apr
18
comment What does the living sacrifice mean in Romans 12:1?
@swasheck I might be willing to buy that. My Greek is not yet good enough to understand the details of where the emphases lies in fine distinctions without the aid of extra materials. (Though I've studied Greek on my own a good deal, I actually have not yet taken second-year Greek in a classroom setting.)
Apr
18
comment What does the living sacrifice mean in Romans 12:1?
@Richard I am considering this answer finished now.
Apr
18
revised What does the living sacrifice mean in Romans 12:1?
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Apr
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revised What does the living sacrifice mean in Romans 12:1?
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Apr
18
comment Does Luke's supposed profession matter when interpreting his work as an author?
+1 Love the phrase "intellectual typecasting." Another way we've been damaged by Immanuel Kant and his progeny. But maybe StackExchange runs counter to that kind of prejudice...? Anyway, fantastic answer.
Apr
17
comment What is Philip asking for in John 14:8?
+1 Good question. I'll be curious to see anyone can explain his perspective, which seems to be one of utter confusion.
Apr
17
accepted Is Ecclesiastes a book of negative wisdom?
Apr
16
comment Does reaping in Galatians 6:9 refer to salvation?
+1 After all, eternal life is to know him (Jn 17:3); evildoing is the antithesis of walking with him.
Apr
16
revised Does Galatians 6:9 contain a causality that could imply works salvation?
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Apr
16
answered Does Galatians 6:9 contain a causality that could imply works salvation?