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May
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comment What is the historical basis for viewing Genesis 3:15 as the 'protoevangelium'?
no problem, I just like learning new things and reading :P
May
29
comment What is the historical basis for viewing Genesis 3:15 as the 'protoevangelium'?
This question came about from some discussion in the Library.
May
29
comment What is the historical basis for viewing Genesis 3:15 as the 'protoevangelium'?
This question came about from some discussion in the Library.
May
29
comment What is the historical basis for viewing Genesis 3:15 as the 'protoevangelium'?
Good point and interesting answer (+1). I've heard the argument that Eve likely expected an immediate fulfillment from her son. So you think Moses recorded his own death account also?!? Any papers you can link to for more on that idea?
May
29
comment What is the historical basis for viewing Genesis 3:15 as the 'protoevangelium'?
Oddly, I was just adding the LXX to the question to encourage this observation. Looks like we were writing at the same time (I was going through some of the textual variances and decided only to include the base LXX text in the question). Great answer! +1
May
29
revised What is the historical basis for viewing Genesis 3:15 as the 'protoevangelium'?
added Greek text
May
29
revised What is the historical basis for viewing Genesis 3:15 as the 'protoevangelium'?
added links to translations
May
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asked What is the historical basis for viewing Genesis 3:15 as the 'protoevangelium'?
May
29
comment What arguments exist that would refute the theory concerning Aramaic primacy of the New Testament?
@ScottS very interesting. I vacillate between a similar position and the latest ideas from higher criticism.
May
28
revised Why does sending Epaphroditus to the Philippian Christians make Paul less anxious?
improved language
May
28
asked Why does sending Epaphroditus to the Philippian Christians make Paul less anxious?
May
28
comment Why did Jesus did not utter the whole phrase “ἐγώ εἰμι ὁ ὤν” in John 8:58?
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. I don't know if we can speculate as to why Jesus did not say something, but I'll be interested to see what kinds of answers this attracts. See also Is NWT's translation of John 8:58 reasonable?.
May
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revised Why did Jesus did not utter the whole phrase “ἐγώ εἰμι ὁ ὤν” in John 8:58?
added Greek to body
May
27
comment Date of appearance of the New Testament in Syriac (Peshitta)
no problem. It's not worthy of a DV, I was just curious if you had read Black's book and if you wished to add any additional sources. There is no need to do so.
May
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comment Date of appearance of the New Testament in Syriac (Peshitta)
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 is definitely a very biased field where little of the literature does a good job remaining neutral and presenting only the facts. Do you have any sources other than Wikipedia articles? Are you familiar with Matthew Black's An Aramaic Approach to the Gospels and Acts?
May
27
comment Jeremiah 21 King Nebuchadnezzar same as in Daniel?
Great edits and additions. Bounty awarded.
May
27
revised Psalm 34:20 applied to Jesus' crucifixion
tagged with book
May
27
revised How to interpret John 6:32-33
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May
27
comment How is the Septuagint interpretation of Psalms 40:6 reconciled with the Hebrew text?
@PaulVargas I agree with Mark on this one - but answers are free to take a number of perspectives, including disagreeing with the source cited.
May
27
comment Who is the man in linen in Ezekiel 9?
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. Be sure to properly cite the text you're asking about. The chapter and verse numbers do not always line up between the Hebrew, Greek, and English texts.