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Jul
9
comment The number 40's “real meaning”
Really? Where to even start … … You don't think “3” might have some relation to the Trinity? You know the current calendar system that places the 0 year where it is didn't get assigned until much later right?
Jul
4
awarded  Pundit
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jul
2
revised How can this contradiction in Acts be explained?
removed content that does not serve to make a more clear question, particularly for this site
Jun
30
comment Why would Jesus look for figs out of season?
There may be something to the symbolism here, but this answer fails to engage the details of the text to show us HOW such a conclusion can be drawn. Where does the symbolic representation come from? How do we just discard the physical details in Mark's narrative like where and when this happened?
Jun
30
reviewed Leave Open Matthew originally written in Hebrew?
Jun
30
comment What does the word “Sword” mean in Mathew 10:24
Habakook you are off on the wrong foot here. Please slow down a second and actually read some of the posts @Daи linked you to. This isn't a place to answer Bible questions, it's a place specifically to study hermeneutics and the process of HOW interpretations are arrived at. As such this answer does not currently meet those expectations. Worse, the tone of your comment suggests you aren't interested in figuring out what this site is about. It is incumbent on you as an answerer to show why you think these pieces go together, not on readers to divine whether your source is "higher" or "lower".
Jun
27
reviewed Leave Open What were the criteria for evaluating whether a book was included in the canons of scripture?
Jun
26
revised Why would Jesus look for figs out of season?
denote quoted material (please edit te fix the last line if that was your content and not part of the quote)
Jun
23
revised Was Luke's birth narrative written in response to Marcion's version of the gospel?
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Jun
23
revised Why is the fact that the Muratorian Fragment included Luke in its canon considered an external evidence for Luke's authorship?
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Jun
21
awarded  Custodian
Jun
21
reviewed Leave Open Criticism of the Vulgate: alleged errors and inaccuracies in translation
Jun
21
reviewed Leave Open God and Passive Hebrew tense and aspect
Jun
21
reviewed Close Gift or slaughter
Jun
21
reviewed Leave Open How to separate exegesis from eisegesis in this example?
Jun
21
reviewed Close Is the study of Typology and inter-textual scriptural analysis taught in seminary?
Jun
21
reviewed Close Did Jesus primarily use an exegetical or hermeneutical approach in explaining the meaning of the Hebrew Scriptures?
Jun
21
reviewed Close Jesus and the cross
Jun
21
reviewed Close Are the Hebrew Scriptures in general to be understood as continuous discourses or fragmental remains of much larger collections?