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Apr
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revised What are the limits to the Christological hermeneutic?
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Apr
28
revised What are the limits to the Christological hermeneutic?
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Apr
28
answered What are the limits to the Christological hermeneutic?
Apr
25
answered Does the “fear of death” in Hebrews 2:15 refer to the dread of physically dying, or to something else?
Apr
22
comment What is the referent of “body of Christ” in 1 Corinthians 11:29?
@Soldarnal - I think a hidden part of the exegetical decision is whether one thinks it biblical that disunity potentially triggers punishment by death or publicly disrespecting a church sacrament could potentially bring punishment by death. This assumption significantly effects our view of God's righteous judgment in setting up expected minimum standards in the New Testament.
Apr
21
answered What is the referent of “body of Christ” in 1 Corinthians 11:29?
Apr
18
revised Is there any significance behind Jesus' use of the word “love” in “John 21:15-17”
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Apr
13
accepted Why does the Peshitta use the word ‘baptism’ for ‘enlightened’ in Hebrews 6:4?
Apr
13
comment Why does the Peshitta use the word ‘baptism’ for ‘enlightened’ in Hebrews 6:4?
I added a picture of the word enlighten to rule out a copyist mistake. It seems this it was an intentional commentary as @DanO'Day suggested.
Apr
13
revised Why does the Peshitta use the word ‘baptism’ for ‘enlightened’ in Hebrews 6:4?
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Apr
13
comment Does Paul refer to his past or present evil/sin in Romans 7
nice stream of arguments, all going in the same direction, without anything to suggest contradiction.
Apr
13
comment How should James 2:18 be translated?
good example of 'what we are looking for in a good answer'.
Apr
12
accepted Before the Tower of Babel did all speak Hebrew as the original human language?
Apr
11
comment Why does the Peshitta use the word ‘baptism’ for ‘enlightened’ in Hebrews 6:4?
+1 - Interesting .. I looked up 10:32 and Peshitta also used 'baptism' there. Maybe the Syriac copiests identified 'knowledge of the truth' as synonomous with baptism? or maybe the words do look alike? Good question.
Apr
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asked Why does the Peshitta use the word ‘baptism’ for ‘enlightened’ in Hebrews 6:4?
Apr
10
answered What are “the lines”?
Apr
9
revised If a “house divided cannot stand” how did non-disciples cast out demons?
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Apr
9
revised If a “house divided cannot stand” how did non-disciples cast out demons?
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Apr
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revised If a “house divided cannot stand” how did non-disciples cast out demons?
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Apr
8
answered If a “house divided cannot stand” how did non-disciples cast out demons?