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revised What is the meaning of the Greek word λόγος in John 1:1?
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revised What is the significance of 'earthern vessel' in 'treasure in earthern vessel' of 2 Cor 4:7?
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comment Does Apostle Paul give a warning against different denominations?
This is really really poor hermeneutics; in fact it has more of the trappings of you going off on a personal rant than it does textual analysis. To top it off your personal opinions an this matter are very unbalanced. I don't dispute that there are aspects of what this text talks about at work today, but the idea of denominations itself involves other factors other than divisiveness. Sometimes they a framework in which the "better way" can actually be lived out. This answer simply fails to engage either the original text and its context or the modern issue and its various facets.
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comment What was meant by “paradise” when Jesus spoke to the thief on the cross?
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Sep
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comment What was meant by “paradise” when Jesus spoke to the thief on the cross?
You've not shown how you're getting from "garden" to "paradise" being the same thing. You've asserted it but shown no evidence. Furthermore you didn't address the actual concerns from my first comment (which should be done by editing your post to cover the bases rather that commenting by the way). Lastly I have a hard time the thief would find any comfort at all in Jesus' statement given your interpretation. If the statement doesn't have any bearing on an afterlife and is just about where he's to be buried I imagine he's past caring too much about that.
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comment What was meant by “paradise” when Jesus spoke to the thief on the cross?
So your interpretation of this saying is roughly "Today you will be six feet under right along side me"? Doesn't that seem a bit incongruous with the start of the remark? Why make such a big deal about it if he's about to say something mundane? Verily verily I say unto you, today I had scrambled eggs for breakfast. See how odd that sounds? Most people don't start their unremarkable sayings that way, and Jesus hadn't made a habit of saying "Truly I say to you" right before stating the patently obvious.
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revised Does Romans 9:5 assert the deity of Christ?
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