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comment Genesis 37: Any difference between “Ishmeelites” and “Midianites”?
I see. Thank you.
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accepted Genesis 37: Any difference between “Ishmeelites” and “Midianites”?
Jul
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comment Genesis 37: Any difference between “Ishmeelites” and “Midianites”?
Thank you. Could you, please, elaborate on the third point (in the very end of your answer) - I don't fully understand it. Does that reading suggest then that the brothers never listened to Judah's suggestion?
Jul
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asked Genesis 37: Any difference between “Ishmeelites” and “Midianites”?
Jun
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Jun
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accepted 1 Cor 15:5: “And that He was seen of Cephas, then of the twelve” - How was that possible?
Jun
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accepted The time span between Acts 2:1 and Acts 12:3
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asked The time span between Acts 2:1 and Acts 12:3
May
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revised 1 Cor 15:5: “And that He was seen of Cephas, then of the twelve” - How was that possible?
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May
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asked 1 Cor 15:5: “And that He was seen of Cephas, then of the twelve” - How was that possible?
May
20
comment 1st Thessalonians 4:13-14: “those who sleep in Jesus”
@fumanchu - Ah, I see now. Thank you. Quite an interesting insight.
May
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comment 1st Thessalonians 4:13-14: “those who sleep in Jesus”
@fumanchu - so your main point is it should be "lead" instead of "bring", right?
May
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comment 1st Thessalonians 4:13-14: “those who sleep in Jesus”
@fumanchu - Hm... "For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so will lead through Jesus will God bring with him" - doesn't make any sense to me!
May
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asked 1st Thessalonians 4:13-14: “those who sleep in Jesus”
May
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comment 1st John 2:12-14: little children, young men and fathers
(2) Indeed, if I were to write about a spiritual growth, I would naturally follow the "little children -> young men -> fathers" sequence - that would be clearer and more consistent with my thought. There would be no reason fro me to change that sequence. However, John chose another order of things. Why?
May
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comment 1st John 2:12-14: little children, young men and fathers
(1) "These verses in 1 Jn. 2:12-14 allow us to understand that there is a correlation between how in the natural there is a growth process of children to young men to fathers" - Throughout your whole answer you are stressing this spiritual-growth progression: little children -> young men -> fathers, and you are completely ignoring the fact that John is, in fact, follows quite another sequence: little children -> fathers -> young men; and he does so twice! Do you have any explanation as to why John chose that sequence?
May
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comment 1st John 2:12-14: little children, young men and fathers
Honestly, quite confusing.
Apr
27
accepted Who is John actually writing his seven epistles in Revelation?
Apr
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revised Who is John actually writing his seven epistles in Revelation?
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Apr
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asked Who is John actually writing his seven epistles in Revelation?