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Jun
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
21
awarded  Investor
Jun
17
revised Can the word translated as “messiah” be considered a title when referring to Jesus?
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Jun
17
revised Can the word translated as “messiah” be considered a title when referring to Jesus?
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Jun
17
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What did Job believe?
Jun
13
revised john wiki description
Adding bibliographic information
Jun
13
comment Does John 21:20-24 indicate that the original author of the Fourth Gospel was dead?
I ended up creating a question for the bigger question, in case you want to move some of your content here over there.
Jun
13
asked Is John 21 a later addition to the Fourth Gospel?
Jun
13
comment Does John 21:20-24 indicate that the original author of the Fourth Gospel was dead?
I think I'm understanding now, but it feels like a thin reed, so maybe I don't have it right still. Basically you think there's a literary correspondence that exists only if 1-20 and 21 are viewed separately and the best opportunity for that is a two stage composition/"publication"?
Jun
13
revised Is the Hymn To Wisdom in Job 28 a part of Job's speech?
Updating question title to widen search engine attention
Jun
12
reviewed Edit suggested edit on What does Azazel mean in Leviticus 16:8?
Jun
12
revised What does Azazel mean in Leviticus 16:8?
provided link to verse.
Jun
12
comment Does John 21:20-24 indicate that the original author of the Fourth Gospel was dead?
Thanks Matthew. The parallels with Ecclesiastes are interesting. Could you clarify why the pattern of the three "love" questions is more fitting of a later addition?
Jun
12
revised Why did John write in this seemingly time-bending way?
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Jun
12
accepted In John 18, who was high priest at the time of Jesus' arrest?
Jun
11
asked Does John 21:20-24 indicate that the original author of the Fourth Gospel was dead?
Jun
7
comment Locations of the graves of the Patriarchs
@BruceJames That he clearly understands his own culture and their manners of speaking much better than us? I think it says far more about us and our blind spots in interpretation if we consider something an obvious error that was no error at all.
Jun
7
comment Locations of the graves of the Patriarchs
@BruceJames Exactly. That none of Luke's contemporaries corrected what to us looks like such an obvious mistake indicates that Stephen wasn't considered to be in error at all.
Jun
7
revised Explanation of Chronological Disparities between St. John and the Synoptic Gospels Concerning Jesus' Passion
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Jun
6
revised Who is the “elect lady” of Second John?
Updating question to be a bit less glib, include quotation from 2 John