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Sep
3
revised At what time did Jesus rise from the tomb?
Replaced doctrinal language concerning texts
Sep
3
comment “Back in ships to Egypt” in Deut. 28
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Sep
3
revised “Back in ships to Egypt” in Deut. 28
Removed tangential information not related to question, added a source
Sep
3
revised “Back in ships to Egypt” in Deut. 28
Removed tangential information not related to question, added a source
Sep
3
comment Criticism of the Vulgate: alleged errors and inaccuracies in translation
This is very broad. It would be easier to ask if a specific verse is correctly translated or the reliability of a specific manuscript‌​. There are critical editions of the Vulgate that address the disparities and conflicts in a scholarly manner. As it stands there are several questions this could be broken up into.
Aug
31
revised In John 3:16, is the word believe a continous action for everlasting life?
clarification
Aug
31
revised In John 3:16, is the word believe a continous action for everlasting life?
Expanded on several sections
Aug
30
comment In John 3:16, is the word believe a continous action for everlasting life?
@PatFerguson again, be careful not to use English translations as your primary means of understanding the underlying Greek text.
Aug
29
revised In John 3:16, is the word believe a continous action for everlasting life?
modified potentially misleading comment
Aug
29
revised In John 3:16, is the word believe a continous action for everlasting life?
added more to conclusion
Aug
29
answered In John 3:16, is the word believe a continous action for everlasting life?
Aug
29
comment What conclusions can be drawn from the change in verb tense of “believe” in Acts 16:31 & 16:34?
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Aug
28
comment Explanation of Chronological Disparities between St. John and the Synoptic Gospels Concerning Jesus' Passion
I've questioned the reliability of this work by Edersheim in another question: hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/q/5012/423
Aug
28
revised Explanation of Chronological Disparities between St. John and the Synoptic Gospels Concerning Jesus' Passion
clarified something that may have been inaccurate for some responses
Aug
28
accepted Explanation of Chronological Disparities between St. John and the Synoptic Gospels Concerning Jesus' Passion
Aug
28
revised Explanation of Chronological Disparities between St. John and the Synoptic Gospels Concerning Jesus' Passion
added comment to answer
Aug
28
revised What conclusions can be drawn from the change in verb tense of “believe” in Acts 16:31 & 16:34?
added headings to break up text somewhat - moved anecdotal information to footnotes section
Aug
28
revised What conclusions can be drawn from the change in verb tense of “believe” in Acts 16:31 & 16:34?
added headings to break up text somewhat
Aug
27
answered What conclusions can be drawn from the change in verb tense of “believe” in Acts 16:31 & 16:34?
Aug
14
comment When was Jesus's body 'broken'?
Hey Peter, do keep in mind that Strong's is a concordance, not a lexicon. Your source is likely relying on another lexicon that they have keyed to Strong's. See meta.hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/a/642/423