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reviewed Approve Are “Uzziah” and “Azariah” the name of the same king?
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comment What are the implications of calling Jesus “the son of Mary” in Mark 6:3?
Mod Notice: Comments are not the place to debate theological issues. They can be used to request clarifications or suggest improvements to posts, but let's not use them as a make shift debate platform. You can use the Biblical Hermeneutics Chat system if you want to discuss something.
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Jun
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revised Does the Bible mention unicorns?
Either this is an answer or it isn't—saying it's not an answer while posting the answer space is not an option. If this is expected to answer the question, present it as such. If not, it just shouldn't be posted.
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Jun
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revised Is it true that Luther intentionally mistranslated Romans 3:28?
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Jun
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Jun
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reviewed Edit Is the 'knowledge that increases sorrow' any kind of knowledge or directed to a focus of some subject in Ecclesiastes 1:17?
Jun
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revised Is the 'knowledge that increases sorrow' any kind of knowledge or directed to a focus of some subject in Ecclesiastes 1:17?
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reviewed Edit Are there any Psalms written by David before he came to the limelight?
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revised Are there any Psalms written by David before he came to the limelight?
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Jun
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comment Matt. 27:52 “tombs also were opened” apocalyptic symbolism?
@Tau Please see my follow up comments in chat starting here. I'm cleaning this space up a little as our comments now are likely not helpful to the original poster or readers.
Jun
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comment Matt. 27:52 “tombs also were opened” apocalyptic symbolism?
@Tau It is really distracting (and not useful to others) when you use technical terms with broadly agreed upon meanings to mean something different than everybody else does by them. As this is not the first instance of this error, please note the normative use of the term Textual Criticism refers to a specific aspect of hermeneutics that deals with discrepancies between different source manuscripts of the same document. As far as I can make out your comment is not actually a reference to the issue of textual criticism, modern or otherwise.
Jun
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comment Meaning of (et)“את” and (v'et)“וְאֵ֥ת” in Genesis 1:1
Hey man please no more new posts! I already explained this once and have now done the cleanup work for you twice. If you have an improved version of an answer to post you need to edit this answer and replace its content. This allows people to compare previous revisions and see what you fixed and keeps to post ranking system consistent.
Jun
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revised Meaning of (et)“את” and (v'et)“וְאֵ֥ת” in Genesis 1:1
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May
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comment Meaning of (et)“את” and (v'et)“וְאֵ֥ת” in Genesis 1:1
I think you've miss-understood the format here. Please don't make new posts. If you have a better to answer to offer than your original attempt, please edit the original post. If voters see an improvement they will then be able to change their votes and re-rank the post. But please don't throw stuff at the ceiling to see what sticks...put your best foot forward and then improve it. I've gone ahead and merged the content from your three answers into one, but you might want to review the history and see if there are things that need to be edited into the final version to make it complete.
May
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revised Meaning of (et)“את” and (v'et)“וְאֵ֥ת” in Genesis 1:1
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revised Meaning of (et)“את” and (v'et)“וְאֵ֥ת” in Genesis 1:1
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