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Jul
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answered Matthew 27:62: “the day that followed the day of the preparation” - Why not call Sabbath a Sabbath?
Jul
11
answered How did Elijah ascend to heaven?
Jul
11
answered “Jesus said to them ”I am" (John 18:6) - Did Jesus break a taboo here?
Jul
11
revised What are the strict set of rules followed by sensus plenior?
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Jul
10
answered What does “because of the angels” refer to in 1 Cor 11:10?
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revised What are the strict set of rules followed by sensus plenior?
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Jul
10
comment What are the strict set of rules followed by sensus plenior?
I posted an answer as well just because I do not see myself as ascribing to sensus plenior, at least I have no attachment to the term, but prefer to view it differently as a non-issue subject. I may be blind to modern views on the subject because I rarely read a theological book written before 1800s. My 'need to read' book list is so long that I have rarely ventured into buying a modern book. When I do I am usually overcome by boredom, finding nothing of interest to note. 'the sensus plenior' I just read had me interested for the first couple chapters, but the painful end came many yawns later
Jul
10
answered What are the strict set of rules followed by sensus plenior?
Jul
10
comment Are all major hermeneutical methods compatible?
@Jas3.1 - Lol - I had to theologically twist my brain into a pretzel just to form an opinion on the answer.
Jul
10
revised Are all major hermeneutical methods compatible?
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Jul
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revised Are all major hermeneutical methods compatible?
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Jul
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revised Are all major hermeneutical methods compatible?
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Jul
9
answered Are all major hermeneutical methods compatible?
Jul
8
revised Apparent inconsistencies in the vision of the four chariots
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Jul
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comment Apparent inconsistencies in the vision of the four chariots
@Kazark - OK, I mentioned the four winds. All of your Zechariah questions are almost building an entire imbedded commentary into this site. Lot's of little gold nuggets. I will probably refer back to them as a very good reference. Good work!
Jul
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revised Apparent inconsistencies in the vision of the four chariots
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Jul
7
answered Apparent inconsistencies in the vision of the four chariots
Jul
7
revised What are the two bronze mountains in Zechariah 6?
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Jul
7
answered What are the two bronze mountains in Zechariah 6?
Jul
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