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asked Time in first century Judaism
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comment Why does Jesus refer to himself as the “Son of Man” in Mark 2:10?
It's hard to answer "why". I even debated on if this is on topic... it is... but it's so close to doctrine that I don't know how you could answer it w/o injecting doctrine.
Feb
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comment What is the proper translation in English, for Pi Hahiroth.?
Very well, so then, you're just looking for ` לִפְנֵי פִּי הַחִירֹת`
Feb
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comment What is the proper translation in English, for Pi Hahiroth.?
Could you explain the concern about the translation? I mean, I would just use Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pi-hahiroth
Jan
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comment What does the phrase “son of the morning” mean?
newadvent.org/cathen/09410a.htm
Jan
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accepted Land of Nod a real city?
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accepted Yule Tree in Jeremiah 10:1-4?
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accepted Are men (brethren) really men or are they human?
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accepted Another translation for “you will certainly die”
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comment What does “born again” from John 3:3 mean?
The ritual of baptism symbolizes life (above), death (submerged), and rebirth (above). Maybe there's a link.
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comment Yule Tree in Jeremiah 10:1-4?
I may be off by 600 years or so. Maybe The Roman link isn't the best. But my point is that the text suggests something outside of the Semitic cultures.
Dec
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asked Land of Nod a real city?
Dec
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comment Is Jesus letter to king of Edessa authentic
Asking why the Gospel of Thomas is not in the canon would be off topic (I believe). This is Biblical Hermeneutics afters all. Again, I didn't down vote and I'm not a Mod. I am only making a suggestion for you. I wish the down voters would explain why they down vote.
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accepted What is James point about oaths in James 5:12?
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comment Eat my flesh and drink my blood
I think it's important to know that Matthew (AD 40'S) was before John (AD 60'S). Therefore textual critics state that John borrows information from Matthew. Often times, John appears "drive home" the points from Matthew by making them appear more glamorous. I'm not saying that is intentional, I'm just speaking from my understanding of textual criticism.