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Dec
22
answered How would Adam know what “you shall surely die” meant?
Dec
22
comment Did God say that Adam will die on the same day he ate the fruit?
related: How would Adam know what “you shall surely die” meant?
Dec
22
comment How would Adam know what “you shall surely die” meant?
related: Did God say that Adam will die on the same day he ate the fruit?
Dec
22
asked How would Adam know what “you shall surely die” meant?
Dec
22
comment What is the meaning of 'spirit' in Genesis 6?
I've edited the question to remove the 'bonus' questions — you may like to edit your answer to reflect this.
Dec
22
revised What is the meaning of 'spirit' in Genesis 6?
I've removed the secondary questions to sharpen the focus and encourage focussed answers.
Dec
21
revised 120 years until the flood, or until Adam's death, or shorter lifespans from now on?
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Dec
21
revised 120 years until the flood, or until Adam's death, or shorter lifespans from now on?
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Dec
21
asked 120 years until the flood, or until Adam's death, or shorter lifespans from now on?
Dec
21
answered 120 years until the flood, or until Adam's death, or shorter lifespans from now on?
Dec
10
accepted What is the meaning of the reference to 'stones' in Ecclesiastes 3?
Dec
10
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
9
comment Why does Exodus 3 refer to “the angel of the LORD”?
True, but nevertheless he identifies himself as belonging to the Lord, but not the person of the Lord himself, and yet receives worship, which is why your "…it is inappropriate to worship him because he is not God…" seems to be too certain. In the right context, an angel or agent of the Lord is so closely identified with the Lord himself that worship of one appears to be equivilent to worship of the other.
Dec
9
comment Why does Exodus 3 refer to “the angel of the LORD”?
"This is why the angel refuses worship in the passage in Revelation" — though the angel in Joshua 5 does not refuse worship. I don't personally think you can be that precise.
Dec
8
revised Does John 14:16 cancel the Trinity?
post question-edit fix
Dec
8
revised Does John 14:16 cancel the Trinity?
re-founded the question to be focused on the text rather than the idea of the trinity
Nov
10
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
10
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
9
awarded  Famous Question
Oct
31
comment Different meanings of 'Earth' in Genesis 1
thanks @seedy3 that is interesting. I wonder about the assumption that the ancients took their own imagary literally any more than we do however — it seems at least perfectly plausible that the 'ends of the earth' (et al) was as symbolic for them as it is for us.