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comment Galatians 2:16: is it really “not by works but by faith”?
@C.StirlingBartholomew Thanks! Would you be able to summarize those resources in an answer?
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comment Isaiah 3:12: ‘…women rule over them.'
@BlessedGeek FWIW, I didn't intend anything theologically significant by my use of "tribe" over "people". I think "people" captures the semantics better, while "tribe" captures the grammar better. As I meant to highlight a grammatical point here, I chose "tribe". (If I had been intent on highlighting a semantic point, I agree that [collective] "people" would have been more appropriate.) So, no disagreement here. Hope that helps.
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comment Isaiah 3:12: ‘…women rule over them.'
@BlessedGeek The trouble with using "my people" is that in English (particularly in America) it sounds plural. "My tribe" sounds singular, as it is in the Hebrew, which is what I was trying to highlight. (It would sound weird to say "His people is like a child.")
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