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I am a Canadian, married with kid, and working in Hong Kong. I usually answer posts from a reformed / protestant / evangelical perspective.

People I have encountered on this site seem to be a ‘whole bunch of good people’. Even those who sharply disagree with my own point of view.

I am a huge sinner but am happy knowing God's grace will keep me in his grip.


Sep
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comment How do the traditions of the LXX and MT versions of Jeremiah relate?
@NoahSnyder - That is certainly relevant. Do you know if the Dead Sea Scrolls follow the arrangement that I quote above, i.e. break what appears to me as a smooth flow of thought in the MT?
Sep
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answered How are concubines different than wives?
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revised How do the traditions of the LXX and MT versions of Jeremiah relate?
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revised How do the traditions of the LXX and MT versions of Jeremiah relate?
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answered How do the traditions of the LXX and MT versions of Jeremiah relate?
Sep
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revised The Two witnesses and the Two Horns of The Beast
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answered The Two witnesses and the Two Horns of The Beast
Sep
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comment What is the likely way in which ancient Hebrews would have understood “raqiya” in Gen 1:6?
Actually I really found this a difficult question and searched over 10 commentaries that did not directly answer the question to my satisfaction. I guess, yes, I arrived at the conclusion that it is slightly figurative based on a literal view of the sky. I mean it even makes sense to me today to think of the atmosphere of many arches of physical air holding up the rain, but this is not to be treated as my literal view. Actually a scientific account might not be very useful in describing what I see. cheers.
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revised What is the likely way in which ancient Hebrews would have understood “raqiya” in Gen 1:6?
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answered What is the likely way in which ancient Hebrews would have understood “raqiya” in Gen 1:6?
Aug
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revised What is the socio-historical significance of the “cup of cold water” in Matthew 10:42
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Aug
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answered What is the socio-historical significance of the “cup of cold water” in Matthew 10:42
Aug
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answered Did the Hebrews lift their right hand to take an oath as some translations of Psalm 144:8 imply?
Aug
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revised What did Jesus mean in John 20:23 when he talked about his followers forgiving sins?
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revised What did Jesus mean in John 20:23 when he talked about his followers forgiving sins?
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answered What did Jesus mean in John 20:23 when he talked about his followers forgiving sins?
Aug
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awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
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revised Is it true that Luther intentionally mistranslated Romans 3:28?
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answered Is it true that Luther intentionally mistranslated Romans 3:28?
Aug
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comment How should we contextualize Paul's “Jesus is accursed” in I Co 12:3?
@rhetorician - yes, I agree that something along that line could/would have been going on in the background which necessitated the division of true utterances and teaching from false ones, in the context of a christian gathering with various elements of sharing, singing and the freedom of various religious expressions and gifts. They needed discernment in their charismatic experience.