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reviewed No Action Needed Numeral system in the time of the Genesis
Apr
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reviewed Reviewed What does chamushim (“fifties”) mean in Exodus 13:18?
Apr
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reviewed Reviewed Who are the 144,000 sealed in Revelation 7?
Apr
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reviewed Approve Does Jesus drink wine?
Apr
22
comment Are sins of the future forgiven? John 20:23
@rhetorician, "more than a few people wish they were free to sin with impunity." I met a man who practiced that. He stated that because grace abounded when he sinned, his sins made more grace in his life. Some interpretations are so wrong you just can't fix them.
Apr
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reviewed Reviewed Where can I find Targum Neofiti online?
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21
reviewed No Action Needed How can we understand “another gospel” in its historical context?
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reviewed Reviewed Understanding Jesus' apparent lie in John 7:8
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reviewed No Action Needed Why did John take Mary, who was married, into his home?
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reviewed No Action Needed Where does the paragraph end in Genesis 37:2
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reviewed Reviewed Why was Barabbas in prison?
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reviewed No Action Needed In Zec. 3:2, what is the meaning of “a brand plucked from the fire”?
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reviewed No Action Needed Psalm 23 - long long pursuit of the house of the LORD
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reviewed Reviewed When does the first day of Genesis 1 begin?
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revised When does the first day of Genesis 1 begin?
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comment Does Paul of Tarsus quote Talmud?
However, if you mean the broader rabbinic tradition instead of strictly the Talmuds, that is another thing. It would be possible to compare Paul's writings to the traditions preserved in the Midrash and Talmud and see if he quotes, references, or teaches in the same vein.
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Apr
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comment Is the “White Stone” of Revelation the “Urantia Book”?
"A prince is not an archangel. A prince is the son of the king, and a member of the Royal Family." That's using a modern meaning for an ancient word. The Hebrew sar means leader and is used for various nobles and priests.