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Oct
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comment Pre-Christian, Jewish interpretation of Psalm 22
This is a fabulous question - sure hope somebody can find an answer!
Oct
18
comment What is an anagogical interpretation and when should it be considered?
Wow, there sure isn't much out there on this... Google keeps suggesting other words like synagogue and analogue.
Oct
15
comment What is the 'cock's crow'?
As well, based on Matthew 26, Peter was in the courtyard of the High Priest. However, this might not have been within the temple complex. (It was somewhere that a servant girl was permitted, at least.) And in any case, the Old City of Jerusalem really wasn't very big.
Oct
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Oct
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answered Why is “raah” usually translated differently in Amos 3:6 and 9:4
Oct
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answered Hermeneutical Approaches vs. Inductive Bible Study
Oct
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answered What does it mean for Jesus to fulfill the law?
Oct
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comment How can we understand “fear”?
Both were copied from net.bible.org. I do see another instance of 3372 on that page without the ת.
Oct
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answered How can we understand “fear”?
Oct
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revised Is NWT's translation of John 8:58 reasonable?
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answered Is NWT's translation of John 8:58 reasonable?
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revised What was Eve's role in relation to Adam?
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answered What was Eve's role in relation to Adam?
Oct
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comment Is “kill” a valid translation for Exodus 20:13 (Thou shalt not kill)?
Along with that, it would be difficult to reason that one of God's foundational rules was "do not kill" in a general sense, when numerous other passages discuss doing exactly that for various reasons.
Oct
4
comment Where does the “slippery slope” of allegorical interpretations start?
I'm not sure that they would see it that way. What I mean is, if I assume that it's all allegory, then I probably also reject the concept that there is a "right" interpretation in the first place. At least, my experience with these sort of people has felt very post-modern in that respect.
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