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comment The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
@Dan: I think the current version is way too broad. The original might have been too broad as well. Asking about prophecy usefully almost demands asking about a specific interpretive framework.
Dec
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comment The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
It seems to me the question is really too broad, but this answer is a valiant effort. It's certainly one (interesting) interpretation.
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comment How should we understand the “Cleansing of the Temple”?
@Bruce Alderman: That sounds a bit like what what N.T. Wright suggested in The Challenge of Jesus, if I recall correctly.
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awarded  Nice Question
Dec
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revised What “is lacking in Christ's afflictions” according to Paul?
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Dec
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comment Who are the prostitutes in Deuteronomy 23:18?
@Dan, as I mentioned in the chatroom, I think it's ok to leave that in as long as the rest of the answer address the question itself. Part of proving one answer is right is showing that other answers are wrong. ;-)
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revised Who are the prostitutes in Deuteronomy 23:18?
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comment What is the “first resurrection”?
Hi DeWayne. It sounds like you know a thing or two about the passage. But I can't help but notice that you didn't quite answer my question. (Or at least, I think you mean there is only one resurrection, but you don't come out and say that.) You might answer in your web page, but we are looking for complete and well-supported answers. Have you seen our tour page? It might help you see where we are coming from here. ;-)
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Nov
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comment Is it possible to be unbiased when interpreting Scripture?
@Jas3.1: I find that argument distinctly uncompelling because it sets up a false dichotomy. People (including scientists) tend to change their worldviews based on a combination of factors. It's rare to find people who've changed their religious convictions via pure reason. Gadamer suggests for humanities as Kuhn says of science: progress does not proceed by strictly following methods, but by occational, perhaps revolutionary, insights.
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revised Is it possible to be unbiased when interpreting Scripture?
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answered Is it possible to be unbiased when interpreting Scripture?