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Jan
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comment Comma? “Verily I say unto thee today, …” or “Verily I say unto thee, today…”
Pretty much all translations, from KJV onwards, choose to place the comma before today.
Jan
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comment Can we use “linguistic fingerprints” to identify different authors of the Bible?
Do you have a reference to back up this position? It certainly contradicts the Christian viewpoints that I am aware of. And it does not appear to be fundamental to sensus plenior.
Nov
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comment What does Jesus mean in Matthew 26:64 with “You have said so”?
Good question, good answer.
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comment Were the apostles “expert” witnesses?
That's nothing to do with the concept of an 'expert witness'. Expert witnesses are those with particular expertise. The difference is that an expert witness can testify about their opinion - another witness can only testify to facts.
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comment Were the apostles “expert” witnesses?
I think you are trying to apply modern legal concepts to books written 2000 years ago.
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