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


Dec
28
revised Is dispensationalism a theological framework or a hermeneutical approach?
changed OT to HB, grammar, spelling, added link to support claim
Dec
28
comment Is dispensationalism a theological framework or a hermeneutical approach?
@theosis I've edited this to improve the tone, fix some grammatical errors, and footnote some of the extranneous information (which I also qualified as to avoid 'truth assertions').
Dec
28
revised Is dispensationalism a theological framework or a hermeneutical approach?
removed offensive tone, footnoted some extranneous information, grammar
Dec
28
comment The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
Sounds good @JonEricson I was trying to salvage it but I suppose this is still too broad. How can we narrow it down or should we VTC it?
Dec
28
comment The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
@Scrooge you've got my upvote, but as Jon has pointed out, this may be too broad.
Dec
28
revised Yule Tree in Jeremiah 10:1-4?
made title descriptive of question
Dec
26
awarded  Necromancer
Dec
26
comment Is dispensationalism a theological framework or a hermeneutical approach?
This tone isn't very helpful. You clearly know what you're talking about, but a little bit more respectful tone in discourse is in order. Care to edit this to remove 'truth assertions' and lighten the tone? We're not like other sites - be sure to read this article. P.S. I say this as an Eastern Orthodox Christian who happens to agree with almost all of this - just not the delivery.
Dec
26
comment What calendar used in first century Judea by author of gospel of John?
Do you have any sources for some of these assertions? You seem to mention some calendars that weren't even invented at the time these texts were written but then switch to how ancient calendars were counted in the first place. It's still an interesting question, but clarifying some of the anachronisms and citing some sources would help. Also, you may consider asking the part about the Apocalypse in a separate question. This may get closed as too broad otherwise.
Dec
26
revised Texts in second temple Judaism using “one like a son of man” as in Daniel 7 to refer to angel
grammar, formatting, added a specific textual reference, removed some unnecessary information
Dec
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What do women do when they're “ministering” in front of God's tabernacle?
Dec
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Does the adulterer in Matthew 5:32 cause the spouse to commit adultery or make her a victim of adultery?
Dec
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is dispensationalism a theological framework or a hermeneutical approach?
Dec
24
reviewed Looks Good What evidence exists that supports the understanding of the Exodus as a deliverance metanarrative and not as a historical narrative?
Dec
23
reviewed Leave Open The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
Dec
23
reviewed No Action Needed Was nûn deleted from Psalm 145 in the Masoretic Text?
Dec
23
comment The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
Welcome to Biblical Hermeneutics Stack Exchange! We're a little different from other sites. I edited your question to bring it more in line with our community's expectations.
Dec
23
reviewed Reviewed The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
Dec
23
revised The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
removed assumption that this is Christian site (whose Church fathers?), opened question to historical perspectives on the text, linked to specific passages of interest
Dec
23
revised Does 1 Corinthians 8:5-6 favor henotheism?
rolled back to a previous revision