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awarded  matthew
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answered Could the Gospel of Matthew be dependent on Luke's Gospel?
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reviewed Reviewed Does the miracle of the Woman with an Issue of Blood indicate that healing power flows spontaneously from Jesus?
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reviewed Reviewed Was Adam present when the serpent was talking with Eve?
Oct
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reviewed Reject Why did Abraham stop at ten in Genesis 18:32?
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revised Are the words “wife” and “woman” the same in Hebrew and Greek?
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comment Are the words “wife” and “woman” the same in Hebrew and Greek?
@JimThio, we can know. I've edited.
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reviewed Reviewed How long were the Children of Israel enslaved in Egypt?
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revised Are the words “wife” and “woman” the same in Hebrew and Greek?
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comment Are the words “wife” and “woman” the same in Hebrew and Greek?
@JimThio, I didn't say adultery is sex outside of marriage; I said, "have intercourse with someone you are not married to." I do need to clear that up a little as adultery requires one of the parties be married. It is still true that you cannot commit adultery with your spouse. Therefore, Jesus cannot be using the word in the sense of spouse. That's my point entirely. While the both use the same word for wife and woman, you can't use all meanings in every occurrence as your OP questions. Context determines how a word's meanings are used.
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reviewed No Action Needed Was there some connection between barley bread and Gideon in the mind of the Midianites?
Oct
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answered Are the words “wife” and “woman” the same in Hebrew and Greek?
Oct
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reviewed No Action Needed Is there any significance behind Jesus' use of the word “love” in “John 21:15-17”
Oct
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awarded  Guru
Oct
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comment Omission of 'fasting' in Mark 9:29
@Davïd, neither purposeful nor accidental is appealing in the realm of text criticism, but we have to deal with all the possibilities and not just which one is more appealing to us. Personally, I am no longer sure which to prefer. Most of my work has been in the OT, so I never had to check the history of this verse.
Oct
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comment Omission of 'fasting' in Mark 9:29
"one of the things that would stand no chance of omission" I'm understanding that to mean "no chance of purposeful omission; is that correct?
Oct
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comment Noah's father Lamech and the Lord's curse
It might also be of note that Lamech is one of two patriarchs whose father was still active after him. Enoch was translated before the death of Jared. Methusaleh and Jared have the longest life spans in Genesis 5 while their sons have the shortest.