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Jun
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answered How is there 'nothing new' in this life? (Ecclesiastes 1:10)
Jun
7
reviewed Reject What does the Old Testament phrase 'cut off from their people' mean?
Jun
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reviewed Leave Open How is there 'nothing new' in this life? (Ecclesiastes 1:10)
Jun
6
reviewed Reviewed What is the meaning of, “I make known the end from the beginning” in Isaiah 46:10?
Jun
6
reviewed Reviewed What is Paul referring to in 1 Timothy 4:14?
Jun
6
revised How should James 2:18 be translated?
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Jun
6
reviewed Reviewed How should James 2:18 be translated?
Jun
6
reviewed Leave Open What kind of event is being depicted in 1 Thessalonians 4:17?
Jun
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reviewed Delete Why did Jesus tell the demon-possessed man to tell others about his healing in Luke 8:39?
Jun
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reviewed Reject audience tag wiki excerpt
Jun
1
asked “Is not life more than food?” - a call for perspective or an argument from the greater to the lesser?
Jun
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comment Did houses only have one room 2000 years ago?
Yes, it's from an earlier period (as David also mentions in his comment) - so my question is soliciting some sort of evidence as to whether the style was still basically "one room downstairs, further rooms upstairs" in the time of Jesus - I don't want to be told the answer, I want to be shown some evidence - even though I trust you, not everyone who stumbles on the question from Google will, it would be great to have a link at least.
Jun
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comment Did houses only have one room 2000 years ago?
If the picture linked in David's comment is typical, it appears that there is indeed one big room on the ground floor, which looks like it might be where work is done and light is needed by the whole household.
Jun
1
asked Did houses only have one room 2000 years ago?
May
28
answered Why are the crowds amazed when they see Jesus in Mark 9?
May
27
asked Why are the crowds amazed when they see Jesus in Mark 9?
May
27
asked Where is Dalmanutha?
May
27
comment Why does Mark provide two feeding accounts?
"...Jews are in mind in the first feeding while Gentiles are in view in the second..." I think the geography of the narrative also supports this theory - Jesus has been criss-crossing the lake of Galilee and at the point of feeding the 4,000 he seems to be on the Gentile side.
May
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comment Did Adam and Eve not have sex in the Garden of Eden?
@Vector of course, but curiousdannii and I were discussing the literal level, and that was the context I was commenting into!
May
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comment Did Adam and Eve not have sex in the Garden of Eden?
@Vector ^^^^^^^