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I'm a born-again Christian, active member of the body of Christ, husband and father, and Bible teacher. I love to study Scripture, and firmly believe it is the only credible standard for truth.

Aside from my devotion to God, His people, and His word, I don't really have any loyalty to a particular doctrine or creed.

(The guy in the picture is Zhuge Liang from the movie Red Cliff.)


Nov
30
comment Is the Kingdom of God “within” you or “among” you?
@H3br3wHamm3r81 I appreciate the peer review. There are a couple of counter-points to consider with that argument. (1) Even if we take "you (pl.)" to refer to humanity, how was the Kingdom inside anyone at that time? (2) If we take "you (pl.)" to mean that the Kingdom was inside the disciples, then we have Jesus talking to the Pharisees, saying "you (pl.)" to refer to different people than the people He was talking to. (3) The "you" is plural. What does it look like for someone or something to be "in" a crowd? Does that mean it's inside each body of each person, or "in their midst"?
Nov
29
answered Is the Kingdom of God “within” you or “among” you?
Nov
29
revised Is there any exegetical reason for believing the seven churches of Revelation correspond to seven successive “church ages”?
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Nov
26
comment Is it possible to be unbiased when interpreting Scripture?
I've received two excellent answers so far. I'll wait a bit to see what other answers come in and how the votes come in before accepting one.
Nov
26
comment Is it possible to be unbiased when interpreting Scripture?
Since our site is heavily weighted toward exegesis questions and not hermeneutics questions, and since the hermeneutics questions that we do have are heavily weighted toward methods and not philosophy, I had trouble finding an existing tag to fit the question, so I made one up. Mods, feel free to edit the tags if you've got a better idea.
Nov
26
asked Is it possible to be unbiased when interpreting Scripture?
Nov
24
answered A Clearer Explanation
Nov
23
revised Do or do not judge: How is 1 Cor. 4:3-5 not contradictory to Cor. 5:12, 6:4-5?
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Nov
23
comment Does the New Testament use the divine name “Yahweh”?
That is one prominent view, but not the only prominent view. There are significant reasons for doubting that hypothesis as well.
Nov
22
comment Does the New Testament use the divine name “Yahweh”?
Interesting. Thanks.
Nov
22
awarded  Necromancer
Nov
20
accepted Does the New Testament use the divine name “Yahweh”?
Nov
20
asked Does the New Testament use the divine name “Yahweh”?
Nov
17
reviewed Approve suggested edit on When was the Torah written or compiled?
Nov
17
answered Do or do not judge: How is 1 Cor. 4:3-5 not contradictory to Cor. 5:12, 6:4-5?
Nov
17
revised Do or do not judge: How is 1 Cor. 4:3-5 not contradictory to Cor. 5:12, 6:4-5?
edited body
Nov
15
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Are the Rabbinic rules of hand washing before eating bread related to their ruling that the scriptures were unclean?
Nov
10
accepted Is Hank Hanegraaff's “exegetical eschatology” hermeneutic original?
Nov
9
asked Is Hank Hanegraaff's “exegetical eschatology” hermeneutic original?