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revised How was the Holy Spirit being seen (perceived) in Acts 8?
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asked How was the Holy Spirit being seen (perceived) in Acts 8?
Dec
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comment Does the woman in Revelation 12 go down to the earth from the heaven?
@Sarah - A sign in heaven showing things that will take place on earth - seems logical to me.
Dec
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comment Interpretation of the dead ones in 1 Peter 4:6?
"The gospel was preached to them that are dead. That's pretty straight forward" - How is that straightforward about whether the gospel was preached to them before they became dead or after? Such phrase as "Jack thought about those who are now dead" says nothing about whether Jack thought about those people while they were still alive or after they died.
Dec
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Dec
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accepted What tenses does aorist in indicative mood in the New Testament usually express?
Dec
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comment What tenses does aorist in indicative mood in the New Testament usually express?
WOW!! A very good answer. Thank you. I didn't have any specific verse in particular. I just wanted to have an overview of indicative mood aorist use in the New Testament.
Dec
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asked What tenses does aorist in indicative mood in the New Testament usually express?
Dec
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revised What does it actually mean “Judge not, that ye be not judged”?
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accepted 1Cor. 5:5: “To deliver such an one unto Satan for the destruction of the flesh” - In what way?
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comment How do you know when to understand the Hebrew word עלום (olam) as “eternal” or simply a long duration?
I agree with H3br3wHamm3r81 about the context. In fact, negative expressions convey the concept of something being eternal way better than such adjectives like "eternal" or "everlasting": "...the Creator of the ends of the earth, fainteth not, neither is weary" (Isa 40:28), "...before me there was no God formed, neither shall there be after me" (Isa 43:10), "But thou art the same, and thy years shall have no end" (Psalms 102:27)
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comment 1Cor. 5:5: “To deliver such an one unto Satan for the destruction of the flesh” - In what way?
@GoneQuiet - It's not so much "deliver unto satan" as "destruction of flesh" that made me contemplate that possibility.
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asked 1Cor. 5:5: “To deliver such an one unto Satan for the destruction of the flesh” - In what way?
Nov
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comment Do or do not judge: How is 1 Cor. 4:3-5 not contradictory to Cor. 5:12, 6:4-5?
Your answer didn't just add "very little". In fact, it added a lot. It made me think now that we, as Christians, should definitely be ready to call sin a sin, however, we should be twice careful when it comes to a particular person. In fact, if we are not forced to pass a judgement on someone particularly, than we better refrain from doing that.