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Aug
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comment Ezekiel 44:5 Mark Well
@TRiG, your definition sure does make it sound simple. However, please read Monica's answer.
Aug
7
comment Does Scripture imply that Judas knew that the high-priests and elders' goal was to have Jesus killed?
I really like your question and find it quite interesting. I'm not confident that it's a good fit here - but where would it be a good fit? I'll attempt to put together an answer.
Aug
6
comment Does Scripture imply that Judas knew that the high-priests and elders' goal was to have Jesus killed?
I'm torn between asking you to add some scripture to use our awesome hermeneutic skills on OR suggest that your question is a truth question and not something that can be answered here. Maybe BOTH!
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Jul
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revised Could the “tree of knowledge of good and evil” mean “tree of intelligence”?
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answered Could the “tree of knowledge of good and evil” mean “tree of intelligence”?
Jul
22
comment The number 40's “real meaning”
I can always expect an example of a good answer from you, Mike. Nice references, thank you for taking the time to find them.
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May
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comment Are men (brethren) really men or are they human?
So when it talks about "אַחִים" being priests, does that exclude females? I'll try to find a passage, but if you want to answer it as a "what if", you can.
May
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asked Are men (brethren) really men or are they human?
May
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accepted Psalm 51:5 CEV vs ESV
May
10
comment Psalm 51:5 CEV vs ESV
NVL says "from my very beginning". NCV says "gave birth to me". MSG says "conceive a new, true life". ERV "I left my mother’s womb". My question is more does "יחם" mean conceive as we know it today as @H3br3wHamm3r81 mentions. Also, is "יחם" the universal word used?
May
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asked Psalm 51:5 CEV vs ESV
Mar
11
comment Upon whom do we call? Reconciling OT & NT
@Mike It's pretty common to have the lack of understanding that YHWH and Adonai are the same. After all Yeshua was the incarnation of the logos which isn't exactly the same as saying that he was the incarnation of YHWH. Especially if you're JW (christiananswers.net/q-acb/acb-r001.html). However this is border line a theological question and not a hermeneutic question.
Mar
11
comment Bart D. Ehrman - respected critic?
If the ever living God is just that, living and thus changing, I wonder if the book attributed to him should be as well. Therefore, it's not the inerrant state of the text within the Bible but the infallibility of the morals of the stories.