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Sep
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revised Does “days” in prophecy equal “years” (Daniel 9 - Seventy Weeks)
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Sep
7
revised Who is the captain of the Lord's Host spoken of in Joshua 5:13-15?
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Sep
7
reviewed Reject What are the “stones of fire” in Ezekiel 28?
Sep
6
asked How do the traditions of the LXX and MT versions of Jeremiah relate?
Sep
5
reviewed Approve What is the symbolism of the Song of Moses and the Song of the Lamb?
Sep
4
asked How should the ending of 2 Peter 2:11 read?
Sep
4
asked Who is being slandered in 2 Peter 10b-11?
Sep
3
reviewed Approve What is the original Greek translation of John 1:1?
Aug
31
reviewed Reject How can we determine when an image is a symbol?
Aug
28
reviewed Reject What exactly did Moses do wrong at Meribah?
Aug
27
answered What is Yahweh's gender?
Aug
27
asked Who is the subject of the “rebellion” in 2 Thessalonians 2:3?
Aug
24
reviewed Reviewed Why is Jacob renamed Israel twice?
Aug
24
reviewed Reviewed In Hebrew, what is this suffix ending that is on the nouns in psalm 103:3?
Aug
24
reviewed Reviewed The two winged women in Zechariah 5
Aug
24
reviewed No Action Needed What gender does the pronouns have that denote ruach or pneuma?
Aug
24
reviewed Leave Open What gender does the pronouns have that denote ruach or pneuma?
Aug
23
comment Did John know about the Synoptics?
@user5197 There is no speech in John that matches up with Mark 13, Matthew 24, and Luke 21 (i.e. the Olivet Discourse). Instead, there is an emphasis that in some sense at least eternal life has already begun for those who believe (e.g. John 5:24f, 11:25-26). Hope that makes sense. I'm glad you found this answer helpful.
Aug
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reviewed Approve How long did Job's tribulation last?
Aug
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comment At what time did Jesus rise from the tomb?
@Simons Yes, of course. I started to mention that at the beginning but then forgot to include it later. None of four canonical gospels describe the resurrection event itself as the Gospel of Peter does. I think there is evidence that resurrection is linked in early Christian thought with dawn, though. Off the top of my head, I think of Romans 13 and 1 Thes. 5. When I have time I will try to edit this in as well. Thanks for your remark.