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Dec
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asked What scripture is Paul referring to in Ephesians 5:14?
Dec
27
comment How can Psalms 68:18 be translated as in Ephesians 4:8?
Interestingly I looked up the Romans 3:4 case and although this may be a good example, as you argue, Paul happens to be using the switch that the LXX already did. νικήσῃς ἐν τῷ κρίνεσθαί σε - to conquer when you are judged.
Dec
27
comment How can Psalms 68:18 be translated as in Ephesians 4:8?
+1 - This seems very close to the answer from Hodge I posted but I lean more to his view that the decision in this context is simply God's incarnation which parallels God coming down to Israel (although he did descend further for sure). Also that the plunder is the whole church and all the blessing he obtained for her.
Dec
27
revised How can Psalms 68:18 be translated as in Ephesians 4:8?
removed quote about the Hebrew verb
Dec
26
revised How can Psalms 68:18 be translated as in Ephesians 4:8?
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Dec
26
revised What does Psalm 68:18 refer to in context?
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Dec
26
asked How can Psalms 68:18 be translated as in Ephesians 4:8?
Dec
26
answered How can Psalms 68:18 be translated as in Ephesians 4:8?
Dec
26
answered What does Psalm 68:18 refer to in context?
Dec
26
answered Why does Jehoash cry “The chariots and horsemen of Israel”?
Dec
24
answered What is the significance of the verb בנה in Genesis 2:22?
Dec
22
revised The Latin word lucifer in the Vulgate
fixed Job 38:32
Dec
21
answered What is the purpose of Elijah's travels?
Dec
21
comment The Latin word lucifer in the Vulgate
@H3br3wHamm3r81 - yes it seems I missed the 'erums' Cheers
Dec
21
revised The Latin word lucifer in the Vulgate
added luciferum
Dec
21
answered The Latin word lucifer in the Vulgate
Dec
20
answered Why are the Psalms broken into five books?
Dec
20
answered What options did Mary have in mind with Gabriel's greeting?
Dec
19
revised Is the name Israel intended to be ambiguous?
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Dec
19
comment Is the name Israel intended to be ambiguous?
@JonEricson - good pun on struggle. I think this was a fair comment so I put the horse before the cart and trimmed the cart down in size.