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Apr
16
asked Is Ecclesiastes a book of negative wisdom?
Apr
16
answered How Do We Know Paul's Opponents in Galatians Profess to be Followers of Jesus?
Apr
15
comment Can “שָׂנֵא” mean “rejected”?
+1 Much appreciated.
Apr
14
accepted What is indicated by “δοξάζω” being in the aorist in Romans 8:30?
Apr
14
comment What is indicated by “δοξάζω” being in the aorist in Romans 8:30?
I'm accepting all three answers...
Apr
14
comment What is indicated by “δοξάζω” being in the aorist in Romans 8:30?
That's the way to rack up reputation fast, haha!
Apr
14
comment Can “שָׂנֵא” mean “rejected”?
"Rejected" may still be weak in the sense that one hardly rejects his wife if he has any lingering love for her. But good answer.
Apr
14
accepted Can “שָׂנֵא” mean “rejected”?
Apr
14
accepted What is the textual evidence for defining “μισέω” as “reject”?
Apr
13
asked “The Name of Yahweh” a name for God?
Apr
13
revised What is indicated by “δοξάζω” being in the aorist in Romans 8:30?
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Apr
13
revised Can “שָׂנֵא” mean “rejected”?
added 7 characters in body; edited title
Apr
12
asked Can “שָׂנֵא” mean “rejected”?
Apr
12
asked What is indicated by “δοξάζω” being in the aorist in Romans 8:30?
Apr
12
comment What is the textual evidence for defining “μισέω” as “reject”?
To be honest, I fear that this may arise from a moral repulsion to some of the statements of Scripture, which so often causes for dumbed-down interpretations, as Kierkegaard was fond of pointing out. I would like to do exegesis rather than eisegesis on this passage.
Apr
12
asked What is the textual evidence for defining “μισέω” as “reject”?
Apr
12
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Apr
12
comment How should ἱλαστήριον (hilasterion) be translated in Romans 3:25?
I've been told that "mercy seat" is a term which can be traced to Luther's German translation, and that is was more of a paraphrase than a translation. I don't have sources for this tho, sorry.
Apr
12
comment Who subjected the creation to futility in Rom. 8:20-21?
+1. While Soldarnal's answer is theologically correct, your answer is more exegetically precise: this is the divine passive.
Apr
12
comment What does “more than conquerors” mean in Romans 8:37?
+1 Good question. But no, definitely not rhetorical flourish—read the rest of Romans!