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revised Is Psalm 19 an example of the Teleological Argument?
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answered Is Psalm 19 an example of the Teleological Argument?
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answered What does “image” in Genesis 1:26-27 mean?
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revised How many people were involved in the Exodus?
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comment “Back in ships to Egypt” in Deut. 28
@JonEricson, a) Today and in Biblical times people travel from Israel to Egypt by sea, b) I don't think that the only time the threat in Deut. 28 was ever carried out was in Jeremiah 43. I assume that over the course of multiple exiles there were plenty of opportunities for Israelites to be put on ships and sold as slaves in Egypt-whether or not we have a record of it.
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revised What do we learn from the different usages of “aman” and “batach” in the OT?
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comment What do we learn from the different usages of “aman” and “batach” in the OT?
@JonEricson, not really. I explain why in the "clarification" section I added.
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revised What do we learn from the different usages of “aman” and “batach” in the OT?
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answered “Back in ships to Egypt” in Deut. 28
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revised What do we learn from the different usages of “aman” and “batach” in the OT?
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answered What do we learn from the different usages of “aman” and “batach” in the OT?
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comment What is the relationship between the “Adversary” in Job and the serpent in Genesis?
Milton's Paradise Lost, describes the fourth option in some depth.
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revised What does “the assembly of the LORD” refer to?
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revised What does “the assembly of the LORD” refer to?
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answered What does “the assembly of the LORD” refer to?
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comment Does Genesis say where evil came from?
@JonEricson, as is this is a really big question, definitely something worth reading/writing a book about. I do like the idea of removing the question from Job and adding: "what started humanity on a downward spiral from the 'very good' of Genesis 1 to the 'great wickedness' of Genesis 6? Was it questioning God's goodness?" Limiting the question to good and evil in the book of Genesis would make it more manageable IMO.
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revised Is “faith” a correct translation in Deut 32:20 and Hab 2:4?
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