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Dec
20
comment What was Onan's sin?
@GoneQuiet: Sounds good. Thanks for the clarification.
Dec
20
answered Who are the people of God in Psalm 100?
Dec
20
comment What was Onan's sin?
@GoneQuiet: By adding "rabbinic interpretations," doesn't that contradict the disclaimer you wrote at the end of your post? How can the reader not interpret your post in the context of Jewish doctrine or belief when you include rabbinic interpretations (i.e., the interpretations of Jewish rabbis)? I don't mean to be confrontational at all. I'm just curious...because it seems almost impossible to do so.
Dec
16
comment Another translation for “you will certainly die”
I'm afraid that I cannot agree with your assertion that "Adam and Eve didn't die." They did not die physically; that much is obvious. But, that is not the only death scriptures speaks of. Remember when Jesus said, "Let the dead bury their dead." Don't you know that physically dead people do not bury physically dead people?
Dec
16
revised Who will suffer plague/punishment in Isaiah 53:8?
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Dec
15
comment Abraham's faith accounted to him for righteousness
@Bruce James: It's not alluded to there. You must ignore the countless times that Moshe specifies what "life" means; he says that it is prolonged life in the land of Canaan, to which they were going. If they obeyed ALL the commandments, blessings would come upon them, inclusive of prolonged life. If they did not obey ALL the commandments, curses would come upon them, inclusive of death. Please read Deut. 4:26 and especially Deut. 32:47.
Dec
12
comment Abraham's faith accounted to him for righteousness
@Bruce James: That is not the formula for eternal life, and nowhere does the Torah of Moshe promise eternal life to those who keep the commandments of the Torah. Rather, it promises them that their days shall be prolonged in the land (of Canaan/ Israel). Furthermore, this was not contingent only simply obeying some commandments, but ALL the commandments. Deut. 30:1: כְּכֹל אֲשֶׁר־אָנֹכִי מְצַוְּךָ הַיֹּום
Dec
11
comment Abraham's faith accounted to him for righteousness
Note, that the targumim aren't pre-Christian, but they are perhaps some of the earliest, extant Jewish literature.
Dec
11
answered Abraham's faith accounted to him for righteousness
Dec
11
comment Abraham's faith accounted to him for righteousness
Excellent question, but note, there were certainly Jews throughout the churches. Certainly in the Roman church at least (cp. Rom. 2:17).
Dec
10
revised Understanding Numbers 11:25
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Dec
9
comment “blashemy against the Spirit will not be forgiven” — Is “forgiven” the best word for what is meant?
It is translated in KJV as follows: leave 52, forgive 47, suffer 14, let 8, forsake 6, let alone 6, misc 13 You have an uphill battle trying to prove that it shouldn't be translated as "forgive."
Dec
8
answered What does “beginning of birth pangs” mean in the context of Mathew 24:4-8?
Dec
5
reviewed Reject suggested edit on What does the word “Sword” mean in Mathew 10:24
Dec
2
answered What is Jesus saying in Mark 14:42?
Dec
2
revised What does the word “Sword” mean in Mathew 10:24
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awarded  Necromancer
Dec
1
accepted Why does the KJV have “edifying” in its translation of 1 Tim. 1:4?
Dec
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comment Why does the KJV have “edifying” in its translation of 1 Tim. 1:4?
The Stephanus 1550 has οἰκονομίαν. Which "Textus Receptus" has οικοδομιαν? bibles-online.net/1550/NewTestament/15-1Timotheus
Dec
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asked Why does the KJV have “edifying” in its translation of 1 Tim. 1:4?