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comment What did Paul mean by “Arsenokoitēs”? Was he condemning homosexual activity as we know it today?
@mbm29414, can you please summarize the blog post and post it as an answer?
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revised Who is “that (the) Prophet” in John 1:21? Is “that Prophet” Muhammad, as Islam teaches?
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comment Who is “that (the) Prophet” in John 1:21? Is “that Prophet” Muhammad, as Islam teaches?
For the sake of argument, how is this explanation better than Muslim's, in which "that Prophet" is deemed to be Muhammad?