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Apr
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reviewed Reject What did Paul mean when he said, “work out your own salvation?”
Apr
20
reviewed Leave Closed Did Jesus help drunk people to get even more drunk?
Apr
20
comment Where does the paragraph end in Genesis 37:2
Please clarify your question.
Apr
20
comment Are sins of the future forgiven? John 20:23
I've also reworded the question to focus it exclusively on this text and not on those things to which it applies, and also to keep it from searching for other texts (questions must be focused on a specified text). That way you can now get answers to the language question here and the theological question on C.SE. For more information on why we do this, check out Why can't I ask my 'big question'?
Apr
20
revised Are sins of the future forgiven? John 20:23
reworded to focus on text rather than theological application of it
Apr
20
comment Are sins of the future forgiven? John 20:23
This question boils down to what tense the verb was in in this verse, which is a relatively simple linguistic question and a simple yes or no won't really help you with your original question, which is focused on application. I've gone ahead and transferred this to C.SE for you where you will receive a better answer to what you are looking for.
Apr
20
comment Are sins of the future forgiven? John 20:23
We don't do 'Bible study' - we study the Bible. That means we stop short of application when answering questions about the Bible (which means we don't fully exegete the text in the religious sense of the practice). Questions should be focused solely on the text and not primarily on those things to which the text applies.
Apr
20
comment Are sins of the future forgiven? John 20:23
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.
Apr
17
comment Did Jesus help drunk people to get even more drunk?
And it turns out you've asked this before as well. Don't ask duplicate questions. If you don't like the current answers on your existing question, offer a bounty and clarify what you're looking for.
Apr
17
comment Did Jesus help drunk people to get even more drunk?
@JimThio you have the beginning of an answer in here. If you want to make a point, give an answer. If you want to ask a question, do so and say no more in the body of the question.
Apr
15
comment Accuracy of Alfred Edersheim's “Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah”
@ScottS sorry, this question should have been closed a long time ago (for a variety of reasons).
Apr
15
reviewed Approve How to interpret John 2:10
Apr
15
comment Is the “White Stone” of Revelation the “Urantia Book”?
@ScottS I've reopened it for now.
Apr
15
comment Is the “White Stone” of Revelation the “Urantia Book”?
@user2479 keep in mind that this is not a Christian (nor Jewish) site. Whether the book is used by what you deem to be a 'cult' or not has no bearing on whether or not it is on topic here (it is off topic, but not for that reason).
Apr
15
comment Is the “White Stone” of Revelation the “Urantia Book”?
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. We study the Bible. While we have only loosely defined what texts fall into that category, I'm confident that texts written in the 20th century don't. If you have a question about a specific passage in Revelation, you are free to ask it without imposing ideas from later texts onto it.
Apr
13
comment What is the correct interpretation of Matthew 7:6?
Is this a question or an answer?
Apr
13
revised What is the correct interpretation of Matthew 7:6?
Tagged with book
Apr
9
comment How to save Paul from the Galatians 3 “seed” vs “seeds” argument blunder?
Or perhaps he's not arguing from the Hebrew, but from the Greek LXX....
Apr
8
comment How can we understand “another gospel” in its historical context?
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. Notably, we're not a discussion forum, we're a Q&A site. If you have another question, please ask it by clicking the Ask Question button. Thanks for answering the question!
Apr
8
revised How can we understand “another gospel” in its historical context?
removed question