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revised What is the context of Luke 12:47-48?
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answered What is the context of Luke 12:47-48?
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answered Did Jehoahaz and Jehoash's reign overlap?
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answered Did Jesus help drunk people to get even more drunk?
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comment The Pharaoh of the Exodus
I believe there is some reasonable evidence that points to Thutmose II. For a detailed argument I refer you to this post on C.SE rather then copy it here. Why was Pharaoh wen Moses lived?
Apr
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answered Why do the Jews in John 8:33 say that they have never been enslaved?
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answered How to save Paul from the Galatians 3 “seed” vs “seeds” argument blunder?
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answered What does the saying mean, “Do not go beyond what is written.”?
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revised What does Peter mean by “partakers of the divine Nature”
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revised What does Peter mean by “partakers of the divine Nature”
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comment Why doesn't Hebrews mention the temple (naos) anywhere?
I think the basic answer is that the Hebrews author is comparing the foundational meaning of the covenant established with Moses as a mediator and the new covenant established with Jesus as the mediator. It is all about the founding of the different covenants, how they are similar, how different and how the second is argued from the first, under its first principles. There is no real benefit then to focus on things at a period after Moses, i.e. at the time of David and Solomon as this was just a continuation of the principles established during the time of the tabernacle.
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answered How come in John 14:22-23 it seems like Jesus doesn't answer the question but talks about something else?
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