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Feb
15
comment Under a Christian exegesis, is the promise of 'a future Prophet' Jesus, or all prophets culminating in Jesus?
+1 - Think this is a valid interpretation (I actually keep changing my mind between both views). I did find Luther agrees with this.
Feb
14
comment Will glory be revealed “in us” or “to us” in Romans 8:18?
I agree and this matches with Eph 3:10 as well.
Feb
13
comment In the Peshitta NT, what was the original meaning of the word often translated “first day of the week”?
@DanO'Day - I understand the confusion. I am busy confusing myself. Actually on my Ipad when I highlight either word and press 'look up', I get exactly as you. However when I do the same on my Mac it directly takes me to the pictures I posted. It does not say week anywhere I only assume it through the link that only seems to work on my Mac. I think your answer is more reliable than mine. I am not confident in what I have found. I have just left it here if it is of some help.
Feb
13
revised In the Peshitta NT, what was the original meaning of the word often translated “first day of the week”?
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Feb
12
revised If Joshua can be translated why Is the name of Jesus translated “Jesus” but his name in hebrew was Joshua?
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Feb
12
revised If Joshua can be translated why Is the name of Jesus translated “Jesus” but his name in hebrew was Joshua?
added KJV ref
Feb
12
revised If Joshua can be translated why Is the name of Jesus translated “Jesus” but his name in hebrew was Joshua?
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Feb
12
revised If Joshua can be translated why Is the name of Jesus translated “Jesus” but his name in hebrew was Joshua?
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Feb
12
revised If Joshua can be translated why Is the name of Jesus translated “Jesus” but his name in hebrew was Joshua?
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Feb
12
answered If Joshua can be translated why Is the name of Jesus translated “Jesus” but his name in hebrew was Joshua?
Feb
11
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
11
answered In the Peshitta NT, what was the original meaning of the word often translated “first day of the week”?
Feb
8
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
7
accepted Why did the tabernacle use the colors blue, purple and scarlet?
Feb
7
comment Why did the tabernacle use the colors blue, purple and scarlet?
Actually I think I haVe to switch my acceptance. I have enjoyed the many answers on this post and I do still have not fully made up my mind, but I did learn the most from your post. Thanks.
Feb
7
comment Why did the tabernacle use the colors blue, purple and scarlet?
+1 - cool. Lots of interesting info. I researched you claim about lack of color mixing and I think you are right. Which kinda poo poos my won answer a bit, so I will not accept it as it stands. "The degree to which Ancient Egyptian artists and craftsmen mixed colors varies according to dynasty. But even at its most creative, color mixing was not widely spread. Unlike today's pigments which give consistent results, several of those available to Ancient Egyptian artists could react chemically with each other, for example lead white when mixed with orpiment (yellow) actually produces black."
Feb
7
comment What do pomegranates of blue, purple and scarlet material look like?
Are you referring to the yarn designs in the pattern of a pomegranate, but wondering if real fruit wrapped in yarn was used instead? Exodus 39:24 They made pomegranates of blue, purple and scarlet yarn and finely twisted linen around the hem of the robe.
Feb
6
answered What does it mean when it is said that faith is given by the Holy Spirit? (1 Cor. 12:9)
Feb
4
accepted How can Psalms 68:18 be translated as in Ephesians 4:8?
Feb
4
revised Does Peter allude to the stones removed in the Maccabbean revolt?
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