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Nov
10
comment How should we understand the “Cleansing of the Temple”?
To clarify, you're contrasting "civil disobedience" with "appropriate force"?
Nov
10
revised What is the “clear sign” in Philippians 1:28?
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10
revised What is the “clear sign” in Philippians 1:28?
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Nov
10
comment Worms or Anguish in Mark 9:48? (Is “worms” a bad translation?)
The overall concept seems to be that of a hideous, horrifying place that nobody would want to visit, much less live in. But that still doesn't necessarily lead to "anguish".
Nov
10
comment Worms or Anguish in Mark 9:48? (Is “worms” a bad translation?)
Signs point to 'no'.
Nov
10
answered What is the “clear sign” in Philippians 1:28?
Nov
10
revised Worms or Anguish in Mark 9:48? (Is “worms” a bad translation?)
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Nov
10
answered Worms or Anguish in Mark 9:48? (Is “worms” a bad translation?)
Nov
10
answered Does sensus plenior exist in the New Testament?
Nov
10
comment What are the main tenets of the contextual analysis hermeneutical approach?
Also, a general literature approach to contextual analysis.
Nov
10
comment What are the main tenets of the contextual analysis hermeneutical approach?
In Living By The Book (p. 233 in my edition), Howard Hendricks notes five contexts to consider. Literary, historical, cultural, geographic and theological.
Nov
10
comment What are the main tenets of the contextual analysis hermeneutical approach?
Very good stuff here, Jon. I see you've been busy today too. ;)
Nov
9
revised What is the head covering referring to in 1 Corinthians 11:4-6?
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Nov
9
revised What is the head covering referring to in 1 Corinthians 11:4-6?
duh... "two implications"... list has 3 bullets.
Nov
9
answered What is the head covering referring to in 1 Corinthians 11:4-6?
Nov
8
comment What does Jesus mean in Matthew 26:64 with “You have said so”?
Can we ascribe sarcasm to Jesus? As in, "You said it." /sarcasm
Nov
8
revised Disqualification in 1 Cor. 9
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Nov
8
answered Disqualification in 1 Cor. 9
Nov
8
comment Is translation a subset of exegesis?
I'd probably go with the third option as my TL;DR. :)
Nov
8
answered Is translation a subset of exegesis?