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Sep
17
answered “A mighty hand” in Exodus 3:19
Sep
17
revised 1st Thessalonians 4:13-14: “those who sleep in Jesus”
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Sep
17
answered Does the cup in Mark 10:38-39 carry an allusion to the sacrament?
Sep
17
revised 1st Thessalonians 4:13-14: “those who sleep in Jesus”
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Sep
17
answered 1st Thessalonians 4:13-14: “those who sleep in Jesus”
Sep
16
accepted Genesis 2:10 - Why are the verbs and the participle translated into English past tense?
Sep
16
comment Genesis 2:10 - Why are the verbs and the participle translated into English past tense?
What about יִפָּרֵד and וְהָיָה?
Sep
16
asked Genesis 2:10 - Why are the verbs and the participle translated into English past tense?
Sep
16
answered Can “Yom” in Genesis 1 be translated as an “aeon/age”?
Sep
16
comment What is the title above all titles in Philippians 2:9-11?
I would suggest that κύριος Ἰησοῦς Χριστὸς in Phil. 2;11 be translated as "Jesus Christ is Yahveh" and not merely "Jesus Christ is Lord." Then we can understand the import of Paul's statement. Remember, κύριος was written as the Greek translation of the Hebrew אֲדֹנָי (adonai), which itself was spoken by Jews whenever they read the Tetragrammaton יהוה in the Tanakh. So, in reality, Paul is saying, "...every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Yahveh, to the glory of God the Father." What name is above every other name? Yahveh, of course, as that is God's name.
Sep
15
revised Is this a contradiction in the first sentence of Genesis 1?
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Sep
15
accepted Luke 2:22 - Why does the KJV translate τοῦ καθαρισμοῦ αὐτῶν as “her purification”?
Sep
15
asked Luke 2:22 - Why does the KJV translate τοῦ καθαρισμοῦ αὐτῶν as “her purification”?
Sep
15
comment Galatians 2:16: is it really “not by works but by faith”?
Yes, ἐὰν μὴ does mean "except," but the English translation in question isn't necessarily wrong. It's all a matter of how you're reading the "but," as the conjunction "but" may be used as "except" or it can be used adversatively ("on the contrary; but rather; yet"). See dictionary.com entry #1 and #2.
Sep
15
answered Is this a contradiction in the first sentence of Genesis 1?
Sep
13
answered What does “being salted with fire” mean in Mark 9:49?
Sep
10
comment Why did Jesus request silence in Mark 8:30 and Luke 9:21?
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Sep
10
revised How should one read “Ark of the Covenant” in Exodus 25:22?
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Sep
10
answered How should one read “Ark of the Covenant” in Exodus 25:22?
Sep
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comment Is there an allusion to Psalm 22 in John 19:30, ‘It is finished’?
Maybe delete the unnecessary rants and the extraneous and irrelevant information regarding מלאך. ?