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comment Does the pharaoh let just anybody approach him?
Yes there is a lot of subtext that the Bible narrative does not detail. I would think Moses could approach Pharaoh in two ways without getting into trouble. One, say he is sorry for his previous mistakes and asked to be welcome back into the family, or two, as a representative and ambassador of a whole people (the slaves) who were part of Pharaoh's domain. In either case if one had some Egyptian history to work with I bet that we can assume others would have arranged this meeting and Pharaoh would have pre-cleared its approval. Good question.
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reviewed Approve Does the idea of being “born again” have a root earlier than John/Peter (or Jesus)?
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revised Can “avenge” be substituted for “require” in Genesis 9:5?
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answered Can “avenge” be substituted for “require” in Genesis 9:5?
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comment Psalm 34:20 applied to Jesus' crucifixion
@shakAttack - Yes. Here is a helpful list of documented verses in the Bible ancient Jews regarded as containing hidden prophecies about Messiah. (This list was compiled by a Jew converted to Christianity who was a scholar on Jewish history) juchre.org/life/appen09.htm
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answered What is meant by “rightly dividing the word of truth”?
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revised Does the idea of being “born again” have a root earlier than John/Peter (or Jesus)?
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reviewed Approve Paul's knowledge of Jannes and Jambres the magicians of Egypt
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answered Did all the Israelite women and the male Levites 20+ years old die in the wilderness or not?
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revised Psalm 110:7 what does “he shall drink of the brook in the way” mean?
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answered Psalm 110:7 what does “he shall drink of the brook in the way” mean?
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comment Psalm 34:20 applied to Jesus' crucifixion
This is a good example of how you get different answers here versus C.SE. cheers
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answered Psalm 34:20 applied to Jesus' crucifixion
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comment Hebrew Text Indicative of a Local or Global Flood?
I have scanned a few commentaries of Genesis that reject the global flood belief but they do not try to argue it from the Hebrew text. Rather they say it was until recently believed by all that is was a global flood and then list non biblical reasons why they think a global flood is illogical and that this story must therefore be a legend. But maybe someone will still answer this question. you might need to wait a little while. cheers