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I'm Catholic and a CPA. I've have been studying Scripture for a while and like discussing different beliefs.

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Jul
22
reviewed Approve suggested edit on In 1 Tim 2:12, how does αὐθεντεῖν (αὐθεντεω) differ from the more commonly used ἐξουσιάζω?
Jul
21
accepted What would Peter “bind” or “loose” on earth?
Jul
21
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
17
comment Did Abraham lose track of a visitor?
Thanks for the translating.
Jul
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Forgiveness, yes or no?
Jul
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Forgiveness, yes or no?
Jul
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What was granted in Philippians 1:29?
Jul
12
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What does it mean to “Weep for Tammuz”?
Jul
11
comment How many days elapsed between Jesus's baptism and his return to Galilee?
@Jas 3.1 ...knew that the Pharisees had heard that Jesus was making and baptizing more disciples than John 2 (although Jesus Himself was not baptizing, but His disciples were), 3 He left Judea and went away again into Galilee.” Q: Is Mark 1:8-14 be the same stretch of time as John 1:9 to John 4:2 was?
Jul
11
comment How many days elapsed between Jesus's baptism and his return to Galilee?
@Jas 3.1 Help me with this; I was about to ask a question and found Matthew Miller’s here. In Mark 1:8 John baptizes Jesus. Only a few verses later, in Mark 1:14, John has already been imprisoned, Jesus has returned to Galilee, and Jesus/his disciples are doing the baptizing. I’m thinking those 7 verses cover a long stretch of time. In John 1 to John 2:2, John baptizes Jesus, who then goes to the wedding in Cana. Three chapters later, in John 4, Jesus returns to Galilee, John has been imprisoned and Jesus/the disciples are doing the baptizing. John 4:1-3 “Therefore when the Lord
Jul
9
revised Translation of Luke 1:28 “Greetings, favored one!”
Entered and bolded the word "Vulgate" and "3 parts to the word"; bolded tense
Jul
9
revised Translation of Luke 1:28 “Greetings, favored one!”
indented several paragraphs and bolded three names
Jul
9
comment Translation of Luke 1:28 “Greetings, favored one!”
@Pete At the bottom I implemented "Partial Explanation" with part of the Gary Michuta article. Also, another article focuses on Greek perfect tense and gives the same conclusion (from different Christian beliefs). Thanks.
Jul
9
revised Translation of Luke 1:28 “Greetings, favored one!”
added "from different Christian beliefs"
Jul
9
revised Translation of Luke 1:28 “Greetings, favored one!”
changed how is one set of sentences is shown
Jul
9
revised Translation of Luke 1:28 “Greetings, favored one!”
added "Partial Explanation" and "Greek Perfect Tense" at the bottom
Jul
9
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Translation of Luke 1:28 “Greetings, favored one!”
Jul
8
comment Translation of Luke 1:28 “Greetings, favored one!”
@Pete Here's one mentioning a bit about what happened in the 4th century and subsequently, and the Catholic Church reaching its official translation. themichigancatholic.com/2014/05/…
Jul
8
revised Translation of Luke 1:28 “Greetings, favored one!”
reworded the 2nd sentence
Jul
8
comment Translation of Luke 1:28 “Greetings, favored one!”
@Pete It’s too bad Gabriel can’t answer this for you, and that we’re not able to obtain Jesus’ view/choice.