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Apr
20
revised What are the arguments for and against Johannine Comma?
removed irrelevant commentary; simplified presentation of question so it's apparent how the question relates to others without dragging people that don't care into an confusion over what's being asked where
Apr
20
reviewed Leave Open What are the arguments for and against Johannine Comma?
Apr
18
revised Why is “maranatha” in 1 Cor 16:22?
this isn't about the idea of translation philosophies in general (even if > 80% of our text specific questions touch on the issue tangentially)
Apr
10
comment What language did Jesus commonly speak?
You're going to need to present more than your opinion to post answers on this site. We expect answers to build their case up from available evidence, thus presenting a case that can be examined. Sans any supporting evidence for this opinion I don't think this even qualifies as an answer. Even if the opinion turns out to be correct, raw opinion isn't the basis for posting answers here.
Apr
8
comment Why is Daniel Chapter 2:4 - 7:28 written in Aramaic?
The entire case hinges on subtleties of English that may or may even reflect the original text. And even if they are, there is nothing here to demonstrate that they mean what you are reading into them. Considering the far more likely plainer reading, it seems the burden of proof ought to lie on the one proposing a completely novel reading to demonstrate the case that the text actually leads in that direction and exclude other more attested explanations.
Apr
8
comment Why is Daniel Chapter 2:4 - 7:28 written in Aramaic?
This has all the components of a good answer on this site (well formatted, thoroughly explained, works from the text and specific context up, etc.), and yet I think you're missing the mark. The final conclusion you arrive at isn't even all that off theologically, but as far as hermeneutics go the actual process of interpretation here is … and please don't think I'm just out to bash some view I don't agree with here … but it's nonsense. It is beyond unconvincing.
Apr
8
revised Why is Daniel Chapter 2:4 - 7:28 written in Aramaic?
removed inline signature (see faq); added link for external reference
Apr
5
revised What did Satan mean, when he replied to God, “Skin for Skin”?
in English most punctuation is followed by a space, and commas are not followed by capitals
Apr
4
reviewed Needs Improvement Col. 1:27: What is the meaning of “this mystery among the Gentiles, which is Christ in you, the hope of glory”?
Apr
4
reviewed Needs Improvement What is “that day” in John 14:20?
Apr
4
reviewed Needs Improvement Is this translation of Genesis 1:1 accurate?
Apr
4
reviewed Satisfactory Why is the only use of the word antichrist (G500) in 1st and 2nd John?
Apr
4
reviewed Needs Improvement What is Jesus' purpose in asking about Psalm 110?
Apr
4
reviewed Satisfactory Did Moses write Psalm 90?
Apr
4
reviewed Needs Improvement John 16:12 - What were the “many things”?
Apr
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reviewed Needs Improvement What does the phrase "ἐγὼ ἐν τῷ πατρὶ καὶ ὁ πατὴρ ἐν ἐμοί ἐστιν” mean in John 10:38 as well as John 14:10?
Apr
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reviewed Satisfactory What does the Greek word κύριος mean in 1 Cor. 12:3?
Apr
4
reviewed Needs Improvement Shema and Psalms 110: Is Mark making a case for Jesus' divinity?
Apr
3
revised How can the flight to Egypt in Matthew 2:15 be a fulfillment of Hosea 11:1?
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Mar
30
comment Is the use of the smallest possible example meant to indicate a complete absence of faith in Jesus sayings related to mustard seeds?
@PaulDean I've tweaked the close reason here as I think the previous one was miss-applied, but it seems this is largely duplicated elsewhere. Perhaps if there is and angle you think isn't being addressed by the other questions you could edit this one to be more clearly focused on the aspect that is unique to this question and we could re-open it.