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comment Does Nazarene Sect mean Nazarene Cult?
I don't think the modern concept of "cult" was a concept they had in the 1st century.
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comment Why is part of Luke 9:55-56 omitted in some Bible translations?
Edited, had the wrong centuries for the Great Uncials (the usual 300s to 3rd instead of 4th century copying error).
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answered Why is part of Luke 9:55-56 omitted in some Bible translations?
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revised How can we understand differences between NWT and Latin/Greek on Acts 20:28?
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comment How can we understand differences between NWT and Latin/Greek on Acts 20:28?
It may also be worth noting that Hort conjectured that the word Son was in the original, but that it was lost very early and no longer appears in the manuscript record. This is a conjecture, and is not backed up by any manuscript evidence.
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answered How can we understand differences between NWT and Latin/Greek on Acts 20:28?
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comment What are the major variations of the “double-fulfillment” hermeneutic?
At the very least include a footnote, as the NASB does. Also, this is not a simple Jewish/Christian split, for example the NRSV uses "young woman."
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comment What are the major variations of the “double-fulfillment” hermeneutic?
Even if you want to use this as your example, you should still use an accurate translation.
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comment How can we determine the author's intent in listing various ages in Genesis?
Very nice graphs!
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comment What are the arguments against the authenticity of “Peter's” sermon in Acts 2?
" it was in all cases difficult to carry them word for word in one's memory, so my habit has been to make the speakers say what was in my opinion demanded of them by the various occasions, of course adhering as closely as possible to the general sense of what they really said."
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comment What are the arguments against the authenticity of “Peter's” sermon in Acts 2?
Great answer. I think the last point bears reemphasizing. The claim is not that Luke is acting unusually or in a dishonest fashion when he uses speeches this way. This was just how Greek historians wrote. Thucydides explicitly addresses this point.
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revised What does “Scripture” in the NT refer to?
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answered What does “Scripture” in the NT refer to?