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Jan
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comment How should 2 Thessalonians 2:1-3 be interpreted?
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Jan
9
comment Frequency of each binyan in the OT?
As @Davïd has pointed out, this is technically off topic topic since it is not focused on understanding a specific text. However, I'm glad to see you got a good answer (and it will remain for others to find) :)
Jan
9
comment Does the Hebrew in Judges 4:4 explicitly identify Deborah as a woman?
Excellent answer. Thanks for updating. +1 from me :)
Jan
8
reviewed Approve Who or where is Meroz in Judges 5:23?
Jan
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reviewed Approve How should the first line of Judges 5:2 be translated?
Jan
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reviewed Approve Why did Dan remain on ships?
Jan
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reviewed Approve Does the Hebrew in Judges 4:4 explicitly identify Deborah as a woman?
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Jan
5
comment What Scriptures is Paul referring to in 1 Cor 15:4
@FrankLuke ahh I see. Thanks
Jan
5
comment Are the unlearned and unstable in 2 Pet 3:16 regenerated Christians?
thanks for clarifying.
Jan
5
comment Speculative realism as a means of understanding the phenomenon of reading
@DickHarfield I upvoted that comment. I'd love to hear what others think also :)
Jan
5
comment Are the unlearned and unstable in 2 Pet 3:16 regenerated Christians?
thanks for the clarification, and this is not a one-time event, as I'm sure you recognize, and so the answer could be yes and no.
Jan
4
comment What Scriptures is Paul referring to in 1 Cor 15:4
Hey @FrankLuke this post came up recently in conversation with myself and another moderator. I figured this was likely posted in the early days of the site before the site format was entirely solidified. A lot of the content in this "question" is actually part of a (good) answer. Could you shorten this up some and turn much of it into a self-answer so the good content isn't lost? (Or explain why I'm a knucklehead and misunderstanding something :P) Thanks,
Jan
4
asked Speculative realism as a means of understanding the phenomenon of reading
Jan
4
comment Are the unlearned and unstable in 2 Pet 3:16 regenerated Christians?
It would also be helpful to examine what you mean by 'regenerated' in the context of 2 Peter (which probably wasn't written by Peter), as you may be reading a later soteriological concept anachronistically into this text otherwise (i.e. salvation as a binary state versus a process or other idea).
Jan
4
revised What does 'Salt of the Earth' mean?
removed request for prescriptive application to modern Christian praxis
Jan
2
comment What species of eagle is depicted in Deuteronomy 32:11?
@justhalf information on eagle behavior apart from the text would likely need to be gained elsewhere. Check out Why can't I ask my 'big question'?
Dec
31
comment What did 'adoption' mean to the Romans?
@Hello if it's a useful answer, please upvote and move on. If it is factually wrong, please point it out and downvote. If missing something you are looking for, then post another answer (and this is likely a stump-the-chumps since you would then be looking for a specific answer rather than willing to upvote multiple perspectives, which was several users' fear about this question - including my own).
Dec
31
comment What did 'adoption' mean to the Romans?
@Hello I mean that people are free to vote for any reason they please and there's nothing you can do about it. Don't use questions or answers as a platform for discussing voting patterns. Feel free to do so on meta if you wish.
Dec
31
comment What did 'adoption' mean to the Romans?
@Hello the question body is not the place to ask about people's voting patterns. You've been told before that voting is arbitrary. I rolled back that last edit.