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comment Are there any extant original first-century manuscripts of any of Josephus' works?
I'm afraid the question seems unrelated to biblical hermeneutics. Nevertheless, tertullian.org/rpearse/manuscripts/josephus_antiquities.htm
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asked Is «κλίνας τὴν κεφαλὴν» in John 19:30 best translated as “bowed the head”?
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revised What is “Parousia”? Does it have any relation to the second coming of Christ?
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comment What is “Parousia”? Does it have any relation to the second coming of Christ?
@Susan: Thanks for the insight. :)
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answered What is “Parousia”? Does it have any relation to the second coming of Christ?
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revised Why is Jesus' admission to being the “Son of God” equated with “blasphemy” in Matt. 26:65?
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answered Why is Jesus' admission to being the “Son of God” equated with “blasphemy” in Matt. 26:65?
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comment What does it means to “afflict your souls” as in Lev. 16?
The KJV being "a translation of a Latin translation" does not automatically dictate that the KJV is thus a "terrible version." I don't know why you imply otherwise.
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comment Did English-language translations describe Adam and Eve as eating apples?
It's not about confusing the words. It's a pun. :)
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revised In the Gospel of John, why does Jesus say (four times), “I will raise him up at the last day”?
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comment What is the difference between “soul” and “spirit” or ψυχή and πνεῦμα, respectively?
Sounds like a good plan, Susan. Let's see if @w.kent agrees.
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comment What is the difference between “soul” and “spirit” or ψυχή and πνεῦμα, respectively?
Recommend this be moved to Christianity.SE, unless closed. I don't see it being appropriate for Biblical Hermeneutics since the question involves a more generalized investigation of two concepts rather than a direct exegesis of biblical texts. Anyone agree?
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revised In the Gospel of John, why does Jesus say (four times), “I will raise him up at the last day”?
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revised What means did the people have to correctly interpret “lifted up” in John 12:32?
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