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answered Hermeneutically, how do we reconcile Jesus' teaching on loving our enemies and YHWH's telling Israel to destroy their enemies?
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reviewed Reviewed Was Elijah REALLY taken to Heaven?
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comment Was Elijah REALLY taken to Heaven?
What is the question(s) you are asking? I think you are asking more than one question, in which case you could consider editing this to be separate questions. Also, what writing by Elijah are you referring to in para 1?
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reviewed No Action Needed Jesus' command to hate your father and mother in Luke 14:26
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revised In Revelations: could Jerusalem NOT be a City?
User has altered body of question from 'temple' to city; this changes title to suit
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revised In Revelations: could Jerusalem NOT be a City?
Irrelevant superscript that talks down the question
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answered In Revelations: could Jerusalem NOT be a City?
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reviewed Reviewed Why does the Septuagint contain non-Tanakh books?
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comment Why does the Septuagint contain non-Tanakh books?
The fact that the Deuterocanonical books were first written in Hebrew is not in dispute. The question needs more than a dark hint as to an agenda on the part of the Jews and another agenda on the part of the Protestants. Please provide supporting evidence and references.
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reviewed Reviewed How is Adam “son of God” in Luke 3:38?
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comment How is Adam “son of God” in Luke 3:38?
Where have you ever seen an Aramaic translation of Luke? Can you please provide a manuscript ID or other reference to this document. And in what way is this more relevant than any other translation from the original Greek?
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revised What is the meaning of this part of 2 Timothy 1:3?
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reviewed Reject How is it that Χριστῷ (Christ) was not ζῳοποιηθήσονται (alive) when 1 Corinthians 15:22 was composed?
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reviewed Reviewed Why is Jeremiah 31 addressed to Ephraim?
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comment Why is Jeremiah 31 addressed to Ephraim?
Jeremiah chapter 31 was written some 150 years after the destruction of the Kingdom of Israel, which included Ephraim, and the exile of many Israelites. Please explain why this chapter mentions Ephraim and in what context.
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comment What is the meaning of this part of 2 Timothy 1:3?
@Dan I only just saw your request, perhaps obscured because of the migration. It is impractical to list all the scholars 'for' and all the scholars 'against' the view that 2 Tim is pseudepigraphical, although I provided a couple in notes. I have, however, now provided a link to Wikipedia, which says what I said, with its own citations, which I hope meets standards. Incidentally, while I accept the spirit of curiousdannii's disagreement, I feel that other references to "anti-conservative bias of posts " seem inappropriate.
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revised What is the meaning of this part of 2 Timothy 1:3?
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reviewed No Action Needed Why does Jesus say, “Very truly I tell you”?
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comment What is the significance of Mark's 'Long Ending'?
Those who downvoted this might like to tell me if they found fault in my logic and process, in which case I want to correct it, or whether they merely disagreed on theological grounds.
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revised What is the significance of Mark's 'Long Ending'?
Use material I cited in response to a comment