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reviewed Excellent Who is Iscah in Genesis?
Oct
13
revised Who are the deceivers 1 John is written against, mentioned in 2:26?
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accepted Who are the deceivers 1 John is written against, mentioned in 2:26?
Oct
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is יהוה ever transliterated in the Septuagint?
Oct
8
revised Who are the deceivers 1 John is written against, mentioned in 2:26?
Fixed verse number
Oct
8
comment Who are the deceivers 1 John is written against, mentioned in 2:26?
@NoahSnyder Thanks! Haha yep.
Oct
7
asked Who are the deceivers 1 John is written against, mentioned in 2:26?
Oct
2
revised Why did Achish tell David he was as good as an angel?
Corrected the English; added 1-Samuel tag
Oct
2
comment Comma? “Verily I say unto thee today, …” or “Verily I say unto thee, today…”
This is an excellent answer.
Oct
2
revised Why did God order the Israelites to kill all males in battle but spare females in Deuteronomy 20:13-14?
Correctly the English
Oct
2
revised Why did God order the Israelites to kill all males in battle but spare females in Deuteronomy 20:13-14?
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Oct
1
comment Why is 'Sabbath' often plural in the Greek text (both LXX and NT) yet translated as if it were singular?
@Dan my answer is also not as complete as I would like but it at least expands on this answer somewhat.
Oct
1
answered Why is 'Sabbath' often plural in the Greek text (both LXX and NT) yet translated as if it were singular?
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Sep
17
comment Who is the wounded farmer in Zechariah 13:6?
Very interesting! Thank you!
Sep
2
comment What is the original Greek translation of John 1:1?
You seem to think that there is no grammatical reason for reading this as *God*—which, quite frankly, is patently false.
Sep
2
comment What is the original Greek translation of John 1:1?
Are you arguing from the capitalization in the version of the Greek text you have? That is a weak argument, because that distinction is not original (tho I do agree with your conclusion).
Sep
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is the original Greek translation of John 1:1?
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