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revised What and where is the Kerith ravine?
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Oct
21
comment Did Moses have an Egyptian name?
"Moses" is his Egyptian name. The "midrash shem" noted in 2:10 is an apologetic for this non-Hebrew name.
Oct
21
asked What and where is the Kerith ravine?
Oct
16
revised Is Malachi a pseudonym?
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Oct
16
revised Is Malachi a pseudonym?
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Oct
16
revised Is Malachi a pseudonym?
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Oct
15
answered Is Malachi a pseudonym?
Oct
14
revised Why was Elijah so afraid of Jezebel that he fled immediately after performing a great miracle?
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Oct
14
revised Satan: Stumbling Block or Accuser?
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Oct
13
answered Why was Elijah so afraid of Jezebel that he fled immediately after performing a great miracle?
Oct
13
revised Satan: Stumbling Block or Accuser?
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13
revised Satan: Stumbling Block or Accuser?
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Oct
13
revised Satan: Stumbling Block or Accuser?
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revised Satan: Stumbling Block or Accuser?
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Oct
8
revised Does the communion cup emphasize the vessel or the drink?
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Oct
8
comment What about the noncanonical books quoted in Jude?
I am not sure that there is a basis to think that the concept of canon was well formed at the time of the writing of Jude. Folks quoted writings that were accepted as authoritative at the time of their writing. The author of Jude either accepted these writings as authoritative or did not but needed to address an audience that did accept them. The question, both in OT and post OT about what to do with references and quotes of material that is no longer extant or is, but no longer accepted as canonical is in some sense not hermeneutical. We can only deal with the texts that we have at this date.
Oct
8
comment What about the noncanonical books quoted in Jude?
In what sense is this question hermeneutical rather than doctrinal?
Oct
7
revised What is the meaning of “Jealous” in Exodus 20:5?
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Oct
7
revised What is the meaning of “Jealous” in Exodus 20:5?
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Oct
7
revised What is the meaning of “Jealous” in Exodus 20:5?
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