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Oct
18
answered Did Jesus sweat blood?
Oct
18
asked Is Paul suggesting that Philemon release Onesimus from slavery?
Oct
18
asked How is Psalm 34 linked to 1st Samuel 21?
Oct
17
awarded  Organizer
Oct
17
comment How does Canon Criticism relate to the concept of a Gesamtbiblische Theologie?
@Ray: I resemble that!
Oct
17
revised Exodus 6:3 - what is the significance of God's different names in the Tanakh?
edited tags
Oct
17
answered What word best captures the spirit of לִּילִית in Isaiah 34:14?
Oct
17
answered Exodus 6:3 - what is the significance of God's different names in the Tanakh?
Oct
17
revised Who were the “chief priests” and “Sanhedrin” in reference to the people trying to kill Jesus?
Adding a bit more about the usual meetings of the Sanhedrin
Oct
17
answered Who were the “chief priests” and “Sanhedrin” in reference to the people trying to kill Jesus?
Oct
17
answered Revelation 21:21 - How can gold appear clear?
Oct
17
comment Is Keller's view of the father in the Prodigal Son parable a reasonable interpretation?
Your sketch of the argument plus @Ray's clarification sounds reasonable, but to really answer the question I think one would need to read the whole book. Is there a chance you could isolate one particular argument to highlight that could stand on its own? Otherwise, the question may need to wait for someone who has read the book to answer.
Oct
16
comment What is “Midrash” and how does it relate to Christian principles of hermeneutics?
Do you have a source for the story of Jesus asking about the stones? It isn't in the Luke account and the other canonical gospels don't talk about Jesus' youth.
Oct
16
comment How does Jesus' being from Nazareth fulfill the prophets?
Great question. I hope someone has a satisfactory answer. :-/
Oct
14
answered Why is the Septuagint (LXX) significant?
Oct
14
comment Why is the Septuagint (LXX) significant?
I don't know why this answer was downvoted. It's a legitimate stance.
Oct
14
comment Who is being “taken” in Matthew 24:40-41?
Excellent parallel. That's a far simpler (and therefore better) answer than my own. ;-)
Oct
14
answered Who is being “taken” in Matthew 24:40-41?
Oct
13
revised Hermeneutical Approaches vs. Inductive Bible Study
Waxing poetic.
Oct
13
revised What is the translation philosophy for tachash skins in Exodus?
Minor tweaking.