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comment Who is the intended audience of Matthew 5-7?
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Feb
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reviewed Close Hermeneutically, how do we reconcile Jesus' teaching on loving our enemies and YHWH's telling Israel to destroy their enemies?
Jan
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revised Genesis 4:15- Why did God protect Cain?
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Jan
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comment Jesus' command to hate your father and mother in Luke 14:26
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Jan
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reviewed Leave Open Is the "Fear and trembling” in Philippians 2 related to the psalms?
Jan
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reviewed Approve How is it that Χριστῷ (Christ) was not ζῳοποιηθήσονται (alive) when 1 Corinthians 15:22 was composed?
Jan
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accepted Did original Scripture say Noah was a “son” of 600 years when the water landed?
Jan
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comment What does the Old Testament phrase 'cut off from their people' mean?
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Jan
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reviewed No Action Needed How different is Biblical Hebrew from modern Hebrew?
Jan
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reviewed No Action Needed Psalm 23, “…table in the presence of my enemies…”
Jan
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reviewed No Action Needed Why is there a question mark at the end of Mark 7:19?
Jan
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reviewed Looks OK Can we use “linguistic fingerprints” to identify different authors of the Bible?
Jan
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reviewed Leave Open Did Tamar marry a third time, and if so whom?
Jan
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reviewed Looks OK Can we use “linguistic fingerprints” to identify different authors of the Bible?
Jan
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reviewed No Action Needed When does the first day of Genesis 1 begin?
Jan
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comment Did original Scripture say Noah was a “son” of 600 years when the water landed?
@fdb I agree with your last comment; there I was explaining simply by using birth forward. Starting from conception when life begins though, (and assuming it's 9 months before birth), when the child has had exactly 3 months go by since birth, today he's into his 2nd year, 1st month, 1st day of...life. We'd say he became 3 months old yesterday; today he's started into his 2nd year of life.
Jan
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reviewed Close What is the significance of Mark's 'Long Ending'?
Jan
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reviewed Approve Does the communion cup emphasize the vessel or the drink?
Jan
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comment Did original Scripture say Noah was a “son” of 600 years when the water landed?
@Frank Luke Q: Would it make more sense to discuss this in the library? (Then I could delete even this comment). The reason I'm taking it to even the day is because the story does.
Jan
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comment Did original Scripture say Noah was a “son” of 600 years when the water landed?
@Frank Luke If a child were born exactly 1 year ago (yesterday), today he's into his 2nd year, 1st month, 1st day after birth. Therefore, he’s had 1 year, 0 months, and 0 days go by.