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Orthodox Christian, g33k, ham radio operator, musician, etc. This profile does not reflect my real age ;)


Jan
9
revised What do pronouns “their” in Mark 9:43-48 refer to?
made formatting consistent, tags
Jan
9
revised What does “sit” mean in the scripture “The prostitute who sits on many waters.”
removed/footnoted/qualified potentially offensive language and assertions of truth with no works shown, improved the post, formatting, linked verses
Jan
9
revised Was the ending of Matthew 28 added later?
added source for assertion, reworked question to improve it, fixed horrific grammar and spelling
Jan
9
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Was or wasn’t Shem’s son Arphaxad born on the ark?
Jan
8
revised Galatians 6:10 - true meaning of 'and especially'
fixed footnotes to follow new pattern I like better
Jan
8
revised What is meant by “inherit the earth”?
linked to texts, general formatting
Jan
8
revised What is the context in Mark and Luke as regards the buying and preparing of the spices?
removed signature
Jan
8
comment What is the context in Mark and Luke as regards the buying and preparing of the spices?
I've edited the question to make it more clear. You may now want to include specific verse references in your answer for each parallel account to make it clear which texts are being discussed. I made a small edit to your post because we expect posts to not use signature, taglines, or greetings. +1 from me :)
Jan
8
comment What is the context in Mark and Luke as regards the buying and preparing of the spices?
Welcome to Biblical Hermeneutics Stack Exchange! Be sure to take our site tour to learn more about us. We're a little different from other sites. This question was really hard to follow. I've edited it to make it more clear. Let me know if I've missed your intent.
Jan
8
asked Spiritually or Symbolically Called, and Whose Lord in Revelation 11:8?
Jan
7
revised How could the repentance of the early Ninevites in response to Jonah's message have led to “the destruction of the Jews?”
grammar
Jan
7
comment Coherence-Based Genealogical Method vs. Local Text-Types Theory
Thanks for the input! I'll have to look up that article/book.
Jan
7
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
7
comment Why would the disciples have rebuked people for bringing infants to Jesus?
@JackDouglas my apologies, since this doesn't provide what the OP asked for, I didn't think it answered the question.
Jan
7
comment Meaning of “common good” in 1 Corinthians 12:7
As it is out of our site scope to apply the text to ourselves or other contemporary groups, I have edited this question to focus it solely on the text and its context.
Jan
7
revised Meaning of “common good” in 1 Corinthians 12:7
focused question on the text rather than its application to 'the church' (which is the reason for some of the poor answers this question has been recciving)
Jan
7
comment In Luke 1:62 it states they made signs for Zechariah but he could hear just not speak so why make signs?
Also, I posted this meta question which originally dealt with this question (but I have now edited it to be about a generic/hypothetical question). I highly encourage you to weigh in (vote) for how you would like to see things handled on this site in the future. You are a valuable member of this community and your votes on meta directly influence site policy/guidelines and how they are enforced.
Jan
7
comment In Luke 1:62 it states they made signs for Zechariah but he could hear just not speak so why make signs?
this post now has my upvote - great job! I've also removed all of the comments that are no longer relevant.
Jan
7
revised How could the repentance of the early Ninevites in response to Jonah's message have led to “the destruction of the Jews?”
clarified, further expanded
Jan
7
answered How could the repentance of the early Ninevites in response to Jonah's message have led to “the destruction of the Jews?”