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Jul
16
comment Who is the wounded farmer in Zechariah 13:6?
Welcome to Hermeneutics.SE! Thanks for showing your thought process and citing. A helpful answer.
May
7
comment What does 'Dominon' mean in Genesis?
@MatthewNajmon Okay, yeah. I was just curious to hear someone with that position speak for himself.
May
7
comment What does 'Dominon' mean in Genesis?
@MatthewNajmon Are you able to provide any example blog posts, etc...?
Apr
20
comment Why did John take Mary, who was married, into his home?
@Stephen Peter is a very emotive and somewhat volatile character who is often the spokesman for the twelve. For example, he walks on water, confesses Christ, rebukes Christ, does not want to have his feet washed by Jesus, and then wants to have his whole body washed by him, to name a few instances. He seems to be the most vocal of the disciples and a natural-born leader.
Mar
13
comment What is the significance of Ezekiel's description of God's heavenly chariot in chapter 1?
@Wikis I was in a Bible study and was reading several commentaries for it. I lost my steam on this answer and it garnered little attention so I didn't return. I'm afraid now that I would learn more from this answer than be able to add to it... but I'll keep it in mind the next time I study Ezekiel. :)
Feb
25
comment “the first day of the week” in 1 Corinthians 16:2
I see you've edited a lot since I first made the comment, so I just deleted the comment. It's been a long while since I made it and I would have to study back through to give you helpful feedback at this point. However, I don't really participate here much anymore; I've found other avenues for my energies because I'm burnt out by the meta battles. So let it stand---glad to see you have come up to speed on the site. :)
Feb
11
comment Why does Jesus refuse to help the Syrophoenician woman, and then help her?
So how do you explain the fact that he does in fact answer her request?
Jan
13
comment The splitting of the Mount of Olives
@Daи Thank you sir.
Oct
13
comment Did Joshua execute innocents?
Hi, and welcome to the site! Can you fill this answer out a little more—explain your argument a little more carefully, offer some references, etc?
Oct
8
comment Who are the deceivers 1 John is written against, mentioned in 2:26?
@NoahSnyder Thanks! Haha yep.
Oct
2
comment Comma? “Verily I say unto thee today, …” or “Verily I say unto thee, today…”
This is an excellent answer.
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.
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).
Jul
12
comment What are the two bronze mountains in Zechariah 6?
Thanks, @Monica. Informative.
Jun
18
comment What are the two bronze mountains in Zechariah 6?
Nice picture, and helpful suggestion about color.
Jun
18
comment What are the two bronze mountains in Zechariah 6?
@Mike Nice. Thanks.
Apr
21
comment Is Ecclesiastes a book of negative wisdom?
The summary argument is powerful. If it is a book of negative wisdom, that is an incongruent statement tacked on the end as if to recover from a book that was a little too gloomy... and how does that jive with inerrancy? Not very well.
Apr
13
comment What does UNDER THE SUN relate to in Ecclesiastes?
Ope, too late for me to flag it correctly—but if this question were cleaned up it would still be an duplicate of this one anyway.