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Oct
5
reviewed Excellent What does it mean for Elisha to want “a double portion” from Elijah?
Oct
5
reviewed Satisfactory How can the translation of δοξης as “glory” in Romans 3:23 be justified?
Oct
5
reviewed Satisfactory Calculating months and weeks in the Mosaic Law
Oct
5
reviewed Needs Improvement Is stewardship of the earth a modern interpretation?
Oct
5
reviewed Satisfactory Leviticus 25:46 meaning of Israelite brethren
Oct
5
reviewed Satisfactory Psalm 23:6 correct translation
Oct
5
reviewed Excellent What does John 20:31 tell us about the intended audience of John’s gospel?
Oct
4
awarded  Yearling
Oct
2
comment Does Titus 2:13 refer to one person or two?
Mod notice: Comments are for requesting or suggesting improvements to posts, not for debating the issues posts happen to be about.
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
29
comment Is there any reason to think that Mark 7:19 has a later addition?
As someone who is fluent in a language structurally very different from English, this is utterly unconvincing. Just because there are not one-to-one matches for the words does not mean there was an "addition". I can easily compose sentences in Turkish with clauses that cannot be translated into English without adding a considerable number of words to describe the implication of the clause that are clearly not there in the Turkish. Without dealing with the actual Greek grammar and how the words that are there relate to the rest of the text, any accusation of things bing added rings hollow.
Sep
29
revised Is there any reason to think that Mark 7:19 has a later addition?
used blockquote formatting for parapraphs comprised entirely of quoted material and denoted list of related items for easier scannig
Sep
26
comment How best to understand the relationship between Exodus 20:3 and 20:4?
What makes you think the verse number annotations typically found in our Bibles are of any significance to translation/interpretation in the first place? I'm unsure what "evidence" you expect to turn up or on what basis you think a verse marker should or should not be in any particular location.
Sep
20
comment Does God have DNA?
Now assuming the former would you please edit this to ask a question rather than make a statement about whether that word in that verse is referring to sperm or to something else?
Sep
20
comment Does God have DNA?
Look man first of all, loose the attitude. I know I'm coming on strong here but this was a mess going down hill fast and I don't have time to beat around the bush. If you want to ask a serious question about the proper interpretation of a word in a verse and get it answered by experts who know what to do with the verse, then lets cut the nonsense and just do that. If you're trying to make a point in spite of what answers you get and plan to argue with everyone that tries to help you get this straightened out then we're just going to shut it down.
Sep
20
revised Does God have DNA?
rolled back to a previous revision
Sep
18
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
18
revised Would it matter if the ID of 'Auctor' was revealed and who are the potential candidates?
added 2 characters in body; edited title
Sep
7
revised What is the internal evidence that Peter provided source material for Mark's gospel?
included more information from external sources inline, namely names of relevant church fathers
Sep
7
revised What is the internal evidence that Peter provided source material for Mark's gospel?
mention what a sort of a source was being cited; the author Tim Henderson does not seem to be important enough to also add