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asked Was the author of Acts a companion of Paul?
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revised john wiki description
Expanding wiki to include a brief intro to the book; added 12 characters in body
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Adding brief summary of Matthew
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reviewed Leave Open Are there any Psalms written by David before he came to the limelight?
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revised Were New Testament Books Written to be Historical Documents?
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revised Were New Testament Books Written to be Historical Documents?
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revised Does the New Testament claim to be Scripture?
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comment What does “The psalms of David are ended” refer to?
@Susan Sure! Here is one link I found: 11QPs-a
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comment What does “The psalms of David are ended” refer to?
@Susan The inscription on the DSS version of Psalm 151 seems to be shorter. Something like: "Hallelujah! A psalm of David, son of Jesse." Or: "A Hallelujah of David, Son of Jesse."
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reviewed Leave Open What kind of event is being depicted in 1 Thessalonians 4:17?
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reviewed Close How is there 'nothing new' in this life? (Ecclesiastes 1:10)
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asked How can one detect when there is a “community” behind a text?
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asked What role did James have in Paul's conflict with Peter?
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answered The triad of Peter, James, and John
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comment What kind of event is being depicted in 1 Thessalonians 4:17?
Welcome to Biblical Hermeneutics. If you have a moment, check out some of our site distinctives. Our site is a Q&A site focused on the interpretation of the Bible. I've edited your question to try to keep it from being closed as off-topic. If the way I've framed it doesn't fit what you're asking, feel free to revert my changes.
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revised What kind of event is being depicted in 1 Thessalonians 4:17?
Trying to re-frame question to be more exegetically focused.