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comment Jam 4:11: judging a brother = judging the law?
Quite enlightening! Thank you.
Jan
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comment Did God say that Adam will die on the same day he ate the fruit?
@H3br3wHamm3r81 - I know that there is a difference between physical death and spiritual death, however, I was speaking in terms of Genesis 2. There are no such words like "you will surely die spiritually" in it. Neither is there a such a term as "spiritual death" in NT, as Mawia has rightly pointed out. It may look to humans that since they are alive physically they are not dead, however, in one sense - the one that was used by God in Genesis 2 - humans ARE dead regardless of their physical state. You can also take my words in the sense used in Luke 9:60 ("Let the dead bury their dead").
Jan
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comment Did God say that Adam will die on the same day he ate the fruit?
I wouldn't start categorizing death here as "spiritual" and "physical". After all, God didn't say "you shall surely die spiritually". Death is death. When an apple is taken from an apple tree it still looks okay for some time and can even become more ripe, however, it is now doomed to soon become rotten and dry. When did this crucial change take place? Exactly at that moment when it was torn off the tree, not at the moment when it is fully decomposed. According to Genesis the first murderer was Cain, however, Jesus said that Devil was the murderer "from the beginning" (John 8:44).
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comment What do pronouns “their” in Mark 9:43-48 refer to?
WOW!!! Thank you!
Jan
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comment What do pronouns “their” in Mark 9:43-48 refer to?
@swasheck - Okay. Then the overview of the function of pronouns will suffice.
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comment What do pronouns “their” in Mark 9:43-48 refer to?
@swasheck - I am interested in the usage of the high-lightened pronouns in this text, mainly, what they are referring to. You say "doesn't exist in most of the texts" - do you mean here the (usage of) pronoun or the the whole passage?
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comment What do pronouns “their” in Mark 9:43-48 refer to?
@swasheck - Yes, it's KJV.
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