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revised What species of flower might Jesus have been referring to when he said, “Consider the lilies”?
Additional edits to focus on original audience
Feb
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reviewed Close Revelation 10:7, Malachi 4.5,6
Feb
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reviewed Close What is the true nature of Jesus' relationship with the Creator?
Feb
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reviewed Close How can I interpret the blessings Joseph in context of the concept that Judah's blessing by Jacob was foreshadowing of Jesus?
Feb
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reviewed Close What is the Meaning of Gen. 37:10 ?
Jan
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reviewed Close Why is Lucifer actually called Lucifer (The one who brings light) in sacred scripts
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reviewed Close How does John 5:28-29 fit with the dispensational hermeneutic
Jan
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reviewed Leave Open What language did Joseph speak in Egypt?
Jan
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reviewed Close Do any scholars argue a textual theory where the NT text was edited to make the autographa?
Jan
15
comment Why does Noah curse Canaan?
Hello. This is not a discussion forum, it's a Q&A site. We expect answers to fully answer the question and show their work, starting from the text and building up from there. You've made some claims that should be supported by references. This may be removed if not added.
Jan
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awarded  greek
Jan
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reviewed Leave Closed Is there any evidence that 'knei bosem' is cannabis or ganja?
Jan
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revised Was Jesus named after the eighth day of his birth?
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reviewed Close How do Hebrew sacrificial traditions compare with other cultures?
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reviewed Close Would כדבה mean anything in Hebrew?
Jan
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reviewed No Action Needed What, if any, is the significance of the color of the cord that Rahab hung out of her window?
Jan
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revised What was Noah thinking when he sent a raven from the ark?
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Dec
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comment When did, “Satan fall from Heaven like lightning.” Luke 10:18?
What is relevant is that we approach the text in its original historical, linguistic, and literary context. And citing a later work to support an earlier one is anachronistic. Luke could not have been influenced by a text that wasn't written yet, and thus Revelation offers no insight into his intended meaning when writing his gospel. It only offers how it may have been reinterpreted by later Christians (which is also interesting, but only after you have started from the text asked about, shown your work, and built up solely from that text first). This answer doesn't do that.
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awarded  Proofreader
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reviewed Approve bible-versions tag wiki excerpt