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awarded  Scholar
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accepted How can I identify puns in the Hebrew Bible?
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revised What is Micah 5:5-6 talking about?
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
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revised How can I identify puns in the Hebrew Bible?
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revised How can I identify puns in the Hebrew Bible?
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asked How can I identify puns in the Hebrew Bible?
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revised What is the meaning of “encircled” in Jeremiah 31:22?
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revised What is the meaning of “encircled” in Jeremiah 31:22?
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answered What is the meaning of “encircled” in Jeremiah 31:22?
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awarded  Talkative
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comment Exodus 6:3 - what is the significance of God's different names in the Tanakh?
@Richard, then why would God tell Moses that he made himself known to the forefathers by one particular name and not another?
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awarded  Student
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asked Exodus 6:3 - what is the significance of God's different names in the Tanakh?
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revised Understanding Numbers 11:25
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revised Understanding Numbers 11:25
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answered Understanding Numbers 11:25
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comment Understanding Numbers 11:25
Transliteration should be: "lo yasafu." But nice answer, +1.
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comment What does “Jealous” mean in Exodus 34:14?
"So there is a sense that the root word looks back to the idea of zealous, but that would require interpretation and not pure translation." - I disagree. In Numbers 25:10-15 the root qanaa appears repeatedly, is translated differently in each of the various verses, but unambiguously means zealousness in verse 13.
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revised What are good contextual clues that a passage is meant to be read as hyperbole?
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