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answered What does it mean to convict the world concerning righteousness?
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Feb
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answered Should The Creation Story in Genesis Be Understood as Metaphorical?
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comment Red Heifer or Heifer of Soil
You are right. Still researching on the question. Will come back later to clarify. Later means, probably in 2 months'.
Dec
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comment Red Heifer or Heifer of Soil
Certainly, I should write "cow of soil" rather than "cow of the soil". However, in English, writing "the soil" would negate the possibility of involvement of cow soil.
Dec
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asked Red Heifer or Heifer of Soil
Dec
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comment What is the significance of the verb בנה in Genesis 2:22?
Construct vs make.
Dec
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comment Is the name Israel intended to be ambiguous?
I get depressed when the question is the answer itself, because it becomes revealing that there is not further/much would/could I know about the subject other than what is already provided in the question.
Dec
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revised Why does Mark mention Elijah before Moses?
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answered Why does Mark mention Elijah before Moses?
Nov
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comment Differences in Genesis creation stories
He created vegetation and had them planted on Mars. Or any where besides the garden.
Nov
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answered Differences in Genesis creation stories
Nov
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comment Was Barabbas' given name Jesus?
Maybe the Christian English Bibles should all refactor all occurrences of Jesus to Joshua.
Nov
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comment On what basis is the name “Ephraim” given the etymology of “ash heap”?
Sub-roots is a very midrashaesque concept. Meaning they have expository and gematric value in scholarship but not much evidence linguistically. As you can see my similar attempts at hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/questions/2062/… was voted down. Perhaps, whoever voted me down should consider voting this down too - to be fair to me.
Nov
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answered Who is the speaker in Psalms 82:6?
Nov
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comment Who is the speaker in Psalms 82:6?
Jon's question on the same passage: hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/questions/2297/…
Nov
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comment On what basis is the name “Ephraim” given the etymology of “ash heap”?
BTW, אפר in modern hebrew also mean to put on make-up. Does this come from an ancient source of painting one's face, as I think ancient Egyptians must have practiced. Therefore, the hiphil could imply a make-up artist.
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