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Dec
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revised Did Jesus endorse tithing for all when addressing the Pharisees?
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revised What does “you who are and who were” mean in Revelation 16:5?
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comment How is genre determined?
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answered Does Nazarene Sect mean Nazarene Cult?
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revised Another translation for “you will certainly die”
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answered Why is Joseph's age given in Genesis 41?
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comment Could the “tree of knowledge of good and evil” mean “tree of intelligence”?
@JackDouglas Right. If we know mentally what is good and what is evil then we can choose to do the good and avoid the evil.
Nov
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comment Could the “tree of knowledge of good and evil” mean “tree of intelligence”?
@JackDouglas, I would say so. ""Behold, the man has become like one of us in knowing good and evil [by experiencing it]."