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Dec
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comment “he will rule over you” — good, bad, or neutral?
Interesting. Thanks. Can you comment on the other views?
Dec
19
comment Was the Prodigal Son truly repentant?
@Wikis Understood. I only mention it because one of the alleged evidences appeared to be that the father seemed to be correcting the son by cutting him off. I wanted to show that this is also unlikely, and thus, not a good support for the theory.
Dec
19
comment Who was “speaking in David”?
:-) Thanks Scott. +1. FWIW "God as Spirit" sounds modalistic to my ears. Could you clarify your uses of "God" throughout the post so I can tell where you mean the Person of the Father (a "He") and where you mean the Godhead (not a " He")?
Dec
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answered Was the Prodigal Son truly repentant?
Dec
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revised “he will rule over you” — good, bad, or neutral?
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asked “he will rule over you” — good, bad, or neutral?
Dec
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revised Could Deut. 30:11-14 be a forward-looking prophecy?
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comment Could Deut. 30:11-14 be a forward-looking prophecy?
That's fine, but why do you say it seems to be in the present tense? And why would such a shift to future tense not make it a prophecy. This is what I'm looking for help on. Explain the Hebrew grammar and syntax which leads to this conclusion.
Dec
18
comment Could Deut. 30:11-14 be a forward-looking prophecy?
I DV'd because the only direct answer to my actual question was an "I believe" statement. I'm specifically asking for guidance on the interpretation of the Hebrew in Deut.
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revised Who was “speaking in David”?
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asked Could Deut. 30:11-14 be a forward-looking prophecy?
Dec
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Dec
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asked Who was “speaking in David”?
Dec
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revised What is the difference between “eretz” and “adamah” in Gen 2:6?
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Dec
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comment What historical reasons resulted in Revelation being included in most Christian canons?
Did you do all of this work just to answer this question or was it a prior research project?
Dec
12
comment Why is Luke 24:44 rendered “ψαλμοῖς” instead of “Αγιογραφία”?
I wonder if it has something to do with how folks would occasionally refer to a corpus by the name of the first / biggest / most important book? I think we see that elsewhere in the Gospels when citing minor prophets
Dec
10
comment What is the difference between “eretz” and “adamah” in Gen 2:6?
@Davïd 'eretz' is the word in question in all 3 places there. "Dry ground" does appear, but it is named "eretz". 'adamah' does not appear (so far as I can see.)
Dec
10
answered What is the difference between “eretz” and “adamah” in Gen 2:6?
Dec
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comment What is the difference between “eretz” and “adamah” in Gen 2:6?
@Davïd This one's different, as it explores the difference in usage between two different Hebrew words.
Dec
9
answered Why does John not participate properly in worship in the book of Revelation?