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Software and hardware development, primarily for embedded Linux, FreeRTOS and Open Source technologies


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answered Why is David's throne established by so much deceit?
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revised Three Valleys in Joel 3
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revised Three Valleys in Joel 3
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answered Three Valleys in Joel 3
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answered “Cakes of Raisins” in Hosea 3
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answered Judgment like light(ning) in Hosea 6:5
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revised Devoured by the new moon in Hosea 5:7?
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revised Devoured by the new moon in Hosea 5:7?
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answered Devoured by the new moon in Hosea 5:7?
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revised Jewish interpretation of Daniel 7:13-14
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revised Jewish interpretation of Daniel 7:13-14
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answered Jewish interpretation of Daniel 7:13-14
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comment Jewish interpretation of Daniel 7:13-14
From middle of 2:4 until end of 7 is Aramaic. "bar enash" is the same as the Hebrew "ben adam", meaning, "human being".
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comment What are the “shields of the earth”?
Credits: lib.cet.ac.il/pages/item.asp?item=13982 (Heb.)
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comment What are the “shields of the earth”?
Same term magen or shield used in Psalms 84:10, and 89:19. In 47:9 the term is used instead of "kings" because at this point in time they are defeated and so are no longer worthy of the title which in this psalm refers only to God. This psalm seems to commemorate an actual military victory, for which God is credited.
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comment What are the “shields of the earth”?
My translation would be: "The nobles of the nations assemble, along with the people of the God of Abraham, for the rulers of the earth have submitted to God, and He is greatly praised".
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answered Is Hosea 4:11 teaching total abstinence from alcohol?
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comment “God of Heaven” in the book of Daniel
In manuscript, Ezra 7:*12*, Aramaic "Elaha Shamaya". See Daniel 2:19 same Aramaic. See Genesis 24:3 for first use in Hebrew, preceded by the tetragrammaton, followed by "and God of the earth". See Nehemiah 1:4 (Heb.).
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comment “God of Heaven” in the book of Daniel
In manuscript, Ezra 7:12, Aram. "Elaha Shamaya".
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revised Are the Psalms intended to be didactic?
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