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Apr
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comment Does Granville Sharp's Rule indicate that “God” and “Savior” share a referent in Titus 2:13 and 2 Peter 1:1?
I can't reverse my DV unless you make an edit.
Apr
12
asked Does 2 Peter 1:1 refer to Jesus as “God”?
Apr
7
comment Why did Abel keep flocks if man wasn't supposed to eat flesh til after the Flood?
They're also good for sacrificing.
Apr
3
awarded  Necromancer
Apr
1
comment What is “the stump of Jesse”?
@Schuh You'll have to help me out here, I'm not following... What is it about the historical setting that is at odds with my answer?
Mar
26
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Mar
19
comment What are the arguments in favor of Matthean Priority?
Could you add some examples under Textual Evidence #1? Thanks in advance.
Mar
13
comment Did Mark intend to end his gospel at 16:8?
Matthew, you're clearly very intelligent and creative, and brought up a number of interesting points here. I'm just not sure the conclusions are reliable-- for a couple of reasons. First, this entire line of thought is nullified if the ending is indeed original, which is where the evidence seems to me to point. Second, a lot of these arguments rely on drawing lines between different passages based on a single shared word or phrase, and that method is highly suspect. It just doesn't work consistently. You have to prove that the author intended the link, and one word isn't enough to do so.
Mar
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Mar
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Feb
24
comment Background to the phrase “fall from heaven like lightning”?
@Davïd It could be. I was wondering if it was a common saying in His day, for instance, like we might say "another one bites the dust", and what the background on the saying was.
Feb
23
comment Who was Abram's mother?
Thanks for the answer. Can you expand on "daughter of Karnebo"? Would that make her a Canaanite? A Horite priestess? If you can address this I can accept the answer and vote it up. Thanks.
Feb
23
comment Who was Abram's mother?
@DickHarfield My point was simply that this question wouldn't make it very far on that site because they don't even believe Abram existed. The sources I've seen respected the historicity of Abram and suggested he was a Canaanite. I'm wondering if there's any evidence behind that assertion. Hope that helps...
Feb
22
comment Concealing & revealing in Proverbs 25:2
Interesting. So the king searching a matter out wouldn't have anything to do with getting to the bottom of legal disputes then.
Feb
22
asked Who was Abram's mother?
Feb
21
asked Background to the phrase “fall from heaven like lightning”?
Feb
9
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Feb
5
revised Does the Bible say the Earth is flat?
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Feb
5
answered Does the Bible say the Earth is flat?