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m.a. biblical studies (new testament)

thesis: the grammatical and cultural role of luke's portrayal of possessions in luke-acts


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revised What evidence exists that supports the understanding of the Exodus as a deliverance metanarrative and not as a historical narrative?
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reviewed Reviewed Are the twenty-four elders of Revelation 4-5 angels or humans?
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reviewed No Action Needed “A god” or “God” in John 1:1?
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reviewed Close Which is the day described in verse Amos 8:9?
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reviewed Close Genesis Lifetime Wording
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reviewed Leave Open Who or what is the author speaking about when he wrote 'walls' in Isaiah 49:16?
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comment Who or what is the author speaking about when he wrote 'walls' in Isaiah 49:16?
I'd suspect you'd gain more traction and acceptance with this question if it was rephrased as a word/comparative literature study on this word/metaphor.
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reviewed Leave Open To what extent, if at all, should we look for one-to-one correlations between parables and real life?
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comment To what extent, if at all, should we look for one-to-one correlations between parables and real life?
I'd let this stand if it's rewritten as a question about the hermeneutical process and not as a "how far is too far?" question.
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reviewed Close What implications does the expression “giving in marriage” have for the existence of sexuality after the ressurection?
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reviewed Leave Open What evidence exists that supports the understanding of the Exodus as a deliverance metanarrative and not as a historical narrative?
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reviewed Close Under a Christian exegesis, is the promise of 'a future Prophet' Jesus, or all prophets culminating in Jesus?
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reviewed Reviewed Why “Inn” for “Kataluma” in Luke 2:7
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comment Why “Inn” for “Kataluma” in Luke 2:7
Thank you for the answer. I'd really like to see more reliance on that was actually said in the book. E.g. which facts did you find persuasive and why?
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reviewed Reviewed If a “house divided cannot stand” how did non-disciples cast out demons?
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comment If a “house divided cannot stand” how did non-disciples cast out demons?
I'd like to see you flesh out the logical argument in the first two sentences and omit the conjecture that follows.
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reviewed Reviewed Did Abraham leave Haran before or after his father died?
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reviewed Reviewed If a “house divided cannot stand” how did non-disciples cast out demons?
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comment If a “house divided cannot stand” how did non-disciples cast out demons?
this is a theological interpretation and i understand where you're going with it. however, if you visit our meta site you'll see our expectations for answers a bit more clearly.
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revised If a “house divided cannot stand” how did non-disciples cast out demons?
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