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Dec
30
revised What does it mean that Jesus was a priest like the “Order of Melchizedek” in Hebrews 7:11?
Extracted only the first question (from topic). The second one is now it's own question.
Dec
30
suggested approved edit on What does it mean that Jesus was a priest like the “Order of Melchizedek” in Hebrews 7:11?
Dec
30
awarded  Talkative
Dec
30
revised What does it mean that Jesus was a priest like the “Order of Melchizedek” in Hebrews 7:11?
Added footnote
Dec
28
revised What does it mean that Jesus was a priest like the “Order of Melchizedek” in Hebrews 7:11?
Added link to Alexander Jannaues who was both king and high priest
Dec
23
awarded  Informed
Dec
20
accepted Jesus is both the good shepherd and the gate - Is it the same parable or two different?
Dec
18
accepted What is “the stump of Jesse”?
Dec
18
comment What is “the stump of Jesse”?
Actually I think your answer to question 1 is better in answering also the second one ;) John Wesley says "at the time when..." which suggest that Isaiah is not only foreseeing the coming of Messiah, he is also forseeing the ruination of the Davidic kingdom which goes before it. This is pretty much the answer I would have given myself, but I was curious on if I was right and if there were other interpretations :)
Dec
17
revised What is “the stump of Jesse”?
Dividing my question into two and some formatting
Dec
17
revised What is “the stump of Jesse”?
Added Bible translation note.
Dec
17
asked What is “the stump of Jesse”?
Dec
13
revised What did Moses do at Horeb in the first place?
Make it clear that this is speculative and two different options.
Dec
13
suggested approved edit on What did Moses do at Horeb in the first place?
Dec
13
comment What did Moses do at Horeb in the first place?
Interesting +1 I guess your first option is just speculation (which is okey if you make it clear) Or are there any verses that backs this up?
Dec
13
comment Was it unusual for a woman (Mary) to sit at Jesus' feet in the account of Luke 10?
I think it was both. If I, for example, didn't eat mushrooms someone could be shocked about me and note to somone that "I saw him eating it with a Sarah". That would make it sound like it was unexpected that I ate it with Sarah, but the context (that I usually don't eat mushroom) would tell the listener that it the shocking thing was that I ate a mushroom. A bad example maybe, but I hope you see what I mean :)
Dec
1
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
27
revised Temple in Psalm 138
Added reference to other Psalms by David also mentioning a temple.
Nov
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Nov
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