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Sep
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revised Is there an allusion to Psalm 22 in John 19:30, ‘It is finished’?
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revised Is there an allusion to Psalm 22 in John 19:30, ‘It is finished’?
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answered Is there an allusion to Psalm 22 in John 19:30, ‘It is finished’?
Sep
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comment Sandals and Holy Ground
2ndly, the existence of Jesus as a singular person is up for grabs. Every mention of any Jesus has been 3rd hand or cursory, like accusing his disciples of eating humans and drinking blood.
Sep
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comment Sandals and Holy Ground
There is a lot of scriptural reading that imbues Jesus with pagan stuffs and that the religion of Jesus imported those pagan stuffs not found between Genesis to Malakhi.
Sep
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comment Sandals and Holy Ground
In my scriptural analysis, Jesus is a pagan god. Therefore, if I have to consider Jesus as holy, then I would have to consider amateresu, chrishna, buddha as equivalently holy. BTW, despite all the conspiracy theories you might have read, allah is from Aramaic אלה, as used in Daniel.
Sep
3
comment What did Paul mean by “Arsenokoitēs”? Was he condemning homosexual activity as we know it today?
What are gay-friendly websites? Are proposing that most websites are not gay-friendly?
Sep
3
comment Sandals and Holy Ground
So Muslims' consideration of holiness to Allah and Hindu's consideration of holiness to their gods, and Shintoists' consideration of holiness to their chief god ameteresu - all these don't qualify as holiness?
Sep
3
comment What is Apostle Paul's “thorn in the flesh”?
So Satan is the good guy helping keeping his pride in check ?
Sep
3
comment Sandals and Holy Ground
What "holiness" ? Muslims' and Hindus' in south and southeast asia sanctity is not holy enough ? Sacredness in Shinto Japan is not holy enough? Only the "holiness" of people who celebrate christmas or hanukah is qualified to be considered holy ?
Sep
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comment Sandals and Holy Ground
One question that begs to be answered is why cultures in south, southeast and fareast Asia have sanctity of the home as reason not to wear shoes at home?
Aug
30
comment What is the intended image of “pierced my hands and feet” in Psalm 22:16?
See what I mean -- no one even bothers to down vote this answer. But when I make similar or less adventurous assertions, supported by grammatical explanations of the Hebrew which resulted in an answer that offends Christian doctrines, the downvotes deluge.
Aug
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comment What is the intended image of “pierced my hands and feet” in Psalm 22:16?
Except that the original Hebrew does not say "pierce".
Aug
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comment What is the intended image of “pierced my hands and feet” in Psalm 22:16?
Which is of the point I made - that this possible jump of should first be presumed before even thinking about the excessive jump "pierce". Principle of paths of statistically least impedance.
Aug
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comment What is the intended image of “pierced my hands and feet” in Psalm 22:16?
By presuming the intensive imbuing [י] being left out: [אר] as [איר] (enlighten).
Aug
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revised What is the intended image of “pierced my hands and feet” in Psalm 22:16?
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answered What is the intended image of “pierced my hands and feet” in Psalm 22:16?
Aug
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comment Interpretation of Dan being a serpent?
Another reason why the 2nd part of the Bible is critically out of alignment with the 1st part.
Aug
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comment What was Onan's sin?
His sin was in not using condom. Seriously, I think you need to rephrase your question, because very obviously, the verse already said what he had done wrong - not helping to continue his brother's descendants. You need to rephrase your question by asking how the other points you listed are corollary misdemeanours to the main crime.
Aug
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comment Why isn't the Tetragrammaton used in Exodus 3:14?
That is an opinion.