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comment Morality of God's commandment to kill rebels
Someone who keeps voting me down, tell me where I have gone wrong. Did you vote me down because I keep demolishing established doctrines? Maybe,perhaps, probably (אולי), you might look at my dashboard of answers, and vote those answers down too.
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comment Is the water made into wine symbolic?
You make a lot of statements that don't answer my question.
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comment Is the water made into wine symbolic?
I don't see how Isaiah 46:10 is connected to John 2:4.
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comment Is the water made into wine symbolic?
I am extremely interested in the answer to this question.Not being christian, I have no idea why this question is "off-topic". Is there a way someone could edit the question, so that an answer to the question is forthcoming? i.e., without eliminating the gist of the question.
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comment book of revelation written in code
Sorry, what is the story, again?
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comment Deut 25:11,12 mystery
Are you arguing over whether it is called a theory, rather than addressing the question? Why would you focus on something so inconsequential, rather than the core of the issue? Go to the chat room !
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comment Deut 25:11,12 mystery
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
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comment Deut 25:11,12 mystery
It is a theory nonetheless.
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comment Deut 25:11,12 mystery
Being a bible fundamentalist may not indicate I accept what I read - it merely indicates that I believe the actual and intended meaning of the Bible lies in plain sight of the simple Hebrew grammar and structure. In plain sight.
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comment Deut 25:11,12 mystery
If you do not see the awkwardness of the inversive-vav theory in the non-unified consecutive/adjunct vav phenomenon, then you have not understood the language sufficiently. The problem is - it isn't a difficult language, but it's simplicity is difficult to accept due to undue propensity of always trying to equate a structure to a Romance language paradigm, I know many people know "some Hebrew", but if you don't experience the problem with the inversive-vav theory, you have not read enuf biblical Hebrew.
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comment Deut 25:11,12 mystery
Primitive, inversive are convenient labels for me. As Susan indicates. Otherwise, I would have to write another elaboration. Maybe I should have used elementary. But primitive does not equal bad. Biblical Hebrew is comparatively less abstract but material-elementary. I invite you to learn to read and enjoy biblical Hebrew, and then you will see what I mean.
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comment Deut 25:11,12 mystery
Did Hezekiah reduce the doors+posts of the temple, or cut away doors of the temple? Hebrew of 2Kings 18:16 does not mention any gold, and the "from" article/preposition is absent. As I read, I think he removed the doors and the king of Assyria took the doors+posts intact.
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