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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


Nov
13
reviewed Close Under a Christian exegesis, is the promise of 'a future Prophet' Jesus, or all prophets culminating in Jesus?
Nov
13
reviewed Reviewed Why “Inn” for “Kataluma” in Luke 2:7
Nov
13
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?
Nov
13
reviewed Reviewed If a “house divided cannot stand” how did non-disciples cast out demons?
Nov
13
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.
Nov
13
reviewed Reviewed Did Abraham leave Haran before or after his father died?
Nov
13
reviewed Reviewed If a “house divided cannot stand” how did non-disciples cast out demons?
Nov
13
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.
Nov
13
revised If a “house divided cannot stand” how did non-disciples cast out demons?
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Nov
13
reviewed No Action Needed What is the difference in response between Zechariah and Mary?
Nov
12
comment What does the word, “World”, mean in John 3:16 ,in the light of John 17:9
Good start. Not looking for a biblical theology of the word nor are we looking for an overview of word uses
Nov
9
reviewed Reject suggested edit on mathematics tag wiki excerpt
Nov
9
reviewed Reject suggested edit on mathematics tag wiki
Aug
28
asked What is the socio-historical significance of the “cup of cold water” in Matthew 10:42
Aug
22
comment What gender does the pronouns have that denote ruach or pneuma?
Yes it is grammatically correct and I've seen some draw parallels between ruach and sophia as both feminine gendered words. However, any attempts to draw specific conclusions as to the significance of how a word is gendered is severely misguided.
Aug
21
comment Different translation of “The Great Tribulation?”
@FrankLuke well that settles that. I didn't check it so I'm deleting my comment thread.
Aug
21
reviewed Edit suggested edit on Reconciling the accounts of the calling of Simon Peter
Aug
21
revised Reconciling the accounts of the calling of Simon Peter
I simply thought I could add to it to strengthen the argument by showing a place outside of John that shows Jesus interacting with Peter before he was called. I am new to this hermeneutics forum, so I hope that this has been in an acceptable format.
Aug
20
revised Different translation of “The Great Tribulation?”
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revised Different translation of “The Great Tribulation?”
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