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reviewed Approve Revelation 2: “A few things against thee…”
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revised Who are the recipients of the seven epistles in Revelation?
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comment A special hermeneutical term for the writer's main goal for writing a book?
Thank you for your answer. I used the word "researched" in my original wording "within a book being researched, was written" meaning the researcher's side. For example, a researcher can say, "In the book that I am researching the main thesis seems to be the following...". However, now the wording in my question goes "within a book, was written".
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accepted A special hermeneutical term for the writer's main goal for writing a book?
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comment Genesis 37: Any difference between “Ishmeelites” and “Midianites”?
I see. Thank you.
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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?
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accepted 1 Cor 15:5: Jesus “was seen of Cephas, then of the twelve” - why “twelve” and not eleven?
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accepted The time span between Acts 2:1 and Acts 12:3
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revised 1 Cor 15:5: Jesus “was seen of Cephas, then of the twelve” - why “twelve” and not eleven?
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asked 1 Cor 15:5: Jesus “was seen of Cephas, then of the twelve” - why “twelve” and not eleven?