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Dec
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reviewed Edit Double-doubt about Numbers 12:6-8, the Speaker cannot be (or include) Jesus. (so no Trinity here)
Dec
2
revised Double-doubt about Numbers 12:6-8, the Speaker cannot be (or include) Jesus. (so no Trinity here)
Improved formatting.
Dec
1
comment What is the meaning of “violence” in Matthew 11:12?
See also What does it mean for the kingdom of heaven to suffer violence? for a broader treatment of this verse, not just the issue of "violence".
Dec
1
comment What does it mean for the kingdom of heaven to suffer violence?
See also What is the meaning of "violence" in Matthew 11:12? for a specific treatment of the work "violence" in this verse. Answers to this question might want to concentrate on the way all the concepts in the verse tie together rather than that specifically.
Dec
1
comment What does it mean for the kingdom of heaven to suffer violence?
@nickalh This site is the way to address this question to a broad audience. The alternative is that it would be outright closed on C.SE because it does not have any scope. In order to ask this question there it would need to be addressed to a specific theological framework. Without that it is what (for lack of a better term) we call "truth questions" which are off-topic entirely.
Nov
13
comment Meaning of the Parable of the Sower
You're welcome to put information about yourself and your works and link to off-site resources in your profile. On the other hand the body of posts on this site is not the place to advertise and posting your contact information is not considered part of an answer per the QnA format of this site. Thanks for understanding.
Nov
11
reviewed Reject Meaning of “Where there is a dead body, there the vultures will gather.”
Nov
10
revised Does God send a “Strong Delusion”? What is the Context of understanding 2 Thess. 2:11?
edited tags
Oct
26
comment Could the Gospel of Matthew be dependent on Luke's Gospel?
I'm sure the names and facts involved here are relevant, but this answer seems too short on opinion to me. That may seem like an odd complaint, but as someone who is not an expert in this particular issue this answer doesn't help me gain any perspective. Are the scholars mentioned "respected"? Are they in the majority or minority? Is this just a few examples or an exhaustive run-down of the support? Are you able to draw a conclusion to the question title?
Oct
24
comment Are the words “wife” and “woman” the same in Hebrew and Greek?
@JimThio Watch your language man. Throwing around gratuitous terms that don't belong in an academic setting is not allowed here. I edited that one out for you but it will not be tolerated in the future.
Oct
17
comment Did Jeremiah complain about corrupt torah in Jeremiah 8:8?
Is Jeremiah 8:8 implying that the biblical text was changed?
Oct
15
revised Was or wasn’t Shem’s son Arphaxad born on the ark?
edited content from duplicate answer to original
Oct
13
comment What is the literal meaning of “royal priesthood” in 1 Peter 2:9?
Compounding the issue of Strong's being the wrong tool to define what a word means, you appear to have referenced at entry that is a known error.
Oct
13
comment What is the literal meaning of “royal priesthood” in 1 Peter 2:9?
You appear to have mistakenly used a concordance rather than a lexicon to define a word. In reviewing the actual usage instances your statement that «"royal" is βασίλειον typically means palace» seems to be unsubstantiated. After that this becomes pretty sketchy as far as hermeneutic process goes. Can you provide something a little more robust to back this up?
Oct
11
revised Is the 1500-Year-Old Gospel of Barnabas found in Turkey claiming Jesus was never crucified genuine or a hoax?
fix typo
Oct
11
revised Is the 1500-Year-Old Gospel of Barnabas found in Turkey claiming Jesus was never crucified genuine or a hoax?
added 2 characters in body
Oct
10
revised Is the 1500-Year-Old Gospel of Barnabas found in Turkey claiming Jesus was never crucified genuine or a hoax?
edited tags
Oct
7
comment Were 1 John and John’s gospel written by the same person?
@curiousdannii The for/against split is mainly only necessary on C.SE because we don't have the expertise across multiple theological frameworks to include consistently good arguments from both sides of an issue in single posts. That is much less of a problem for textual analysis questions like this one and we don't generally do that split on this site. In fact we encourage answers to include analysis of all positions and to conclude with whatever one seems most favorable to the author. That model implodes on C.SE but works alright here where "showing work" is a mandatory part of answering.
Oct
5
reviewed Satisfactory Isaiah 7:15: to whom does this verse refer?
Oct
5
reviewed Excellent Why is Tamar “more righteous” than Judah?