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Oct
15
reviewed Needs Improvement Jesus and the cross
Oct
15
reviewed Excellent How do the traditions of the LXX and MT versions of Jeremiah relate?
Oct
15
reviewed Excellent Why are the words “darkness” and “light” in their feminine form in Psalm 139:12?
Oct
14
reviewed Satisfactory What is the symbolism of the Song of Moses and the Song of the Lamb?
Oct
14
reviewed Needs Improvement The Testimony And The Spirit Of Prophecy
Oct
14
reviewed Excellent Is it true that Luther intentionally mistranslated Romans 3:28?
Oct
14
reviewed Excellent Who is Iscah in Genesis?
Oct
10
reviewed Satisfactory How does God speak to the whole community of Israel?
Oct
9
comment What are the limits to the Christological hermeneutic?
Thanks for researching the quote's source and for the very useful example concerning granularity.
Oct
8
awarded  Necromancer
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awarded  Popular Question
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Oct
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awarded  Yearling
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Sep
27
revised When Jesus bowed his head, was he committing suicide?
Rewrite to bring the question ontopic.
Sep
26
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
24
comment Why does Jesus tell the disciples to buy swords?
@iconoclast: I've expanded on my answer. The immediate context does indicate literal swords, but it's impossible for me to fit that into the broad context of Luke's narrative. I'd encourage you to try your hand at an alternate answer if you disagree.
Sep
24
revised Why does Jesus tell the disciples to buy swords?
Expand on the answer to show it could not be metaphorical.
Sep
21
awarded  Popular Question