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accepted How is there 'nothing new' in this life? (Ecclesiastes 1:10)
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comment How is there 'nothing new' in this life? (Ecclesiastes 1:10)
I guess even a microprocessor is nothing new as it is just a further development of controlling electricity which has always been there since creation. I suppose the focus is also not on technology but human behavior as you point out. ;)
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comment How is there 'nothing new' in this life? (Ecclesiastes 1:10)
@Davïd - The question has no relation to the meaning of 'Under The Sun' in my mind, and I fail to see the connection.
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answered How did Solomon manage to sacrifice 144000 animals?
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answered What is “the law of liberty” in James 2:12?
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comment When Jesus says “your sins are forgiven”, how is that reconciled with the sacrificial system established in the old testament?
@e.s.kohen - yes you understand what my view is. Faith and faith alone in God's progressive revelation of mercy first commencing in the promise that the seed of the woman would crush the head of the serpent, developing into Abrahams seed, then into a child born in Bethlahem etc. is what made people righteous from the beggining of history until now. But to believe this is to repent of all other views, so its the flip-side of the coin. So wether it was Abrahan or Rahab, outwardly righteous or not so appearing as so...simple faith in God's mercy no matter how vague it understood producing change.
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accepted How is the Septuagint interpretation of Psalms 40:6 reconciled with the Hebrew text?
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comment How is the Septuagint interpretation of Psalms 40:6 reconciled with the Hebrew text?
Hey a lot of good effort went into this answer. Really good job!
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comment How is the Septuagint interpretation of Psalms 40:6 reconciled with the Hebrew text?
plus 1 as you could be right, or the text that was used could have been the same as tha Masoretic, guess we can never know. i was hoping someone who was familiar with the Hebrew might have a good conjecture one way or the other
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revised Does Romans 3:31 refer to the Law or the law?
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comment Does Romans 3:31 refer to the Law or the law?
ya your right...i did not answer your question haha...will add that part
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revised Differences in justification method in Romans 3:30
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