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revised What does the word “Sword” mean in Mathew 10:24
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accepted Why does the KJV have “edifying” in its translation of 1 Tim. 1:4?
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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
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asked Why does the KJV have “edifying” in its translation of 1 Tim. 1:4?
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asked What is the meaning of τῆς παραγγελίας in 1 Tim. 1:5?
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revised What does the word “Sword” mean in Mathew 10:24
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answered What does the word “Sword” mean in Mathew 10:24
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comment Is the Kingdom of God “within” you or “among” you?
@Jas3.1: I'll come back to this after some contemplation. Thank you for the questions.
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comment Is the Kingdom of God “within” you or “among” you?
"To the objection that the words were said to the Pharisees, and that the kingdom was not in their hearts, it may be answered that our Lord might use “you” of humanity, even when addressing Pharisees. He never, like a merely human preacher, says “we.”" ccel.org/ccel/schaff/…
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comment Is the Kingdom of God “within” you or “among” you?
bible-researcher.com/luke17.21.html
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comment How do you know when to understand the Hebrew word עלום (olam) as “eternal” or simply a long duration?
Just to offer some advice, a great Christian commentary on the Old Testament is by Keil and Delitzsch (that is, if you are a Christian). You should read what they have to say on this verse: studylight.org/com/kdo/view.cgi?bk=18&ch=143
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revised How do you know when to understand the Hebrew word עלום (olam) as “eternal” or simply a long duration?
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comment How do you know when to understand the Hebrew word עלום (olam) as “eternal” or simply a long duration?
There is no way to definitely determine according to a rule. You have to rely on context.
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accepted How does one interpret the phrase “in the water under the earth” in Exodus 20:4?
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accepted What is the difference in meaning between Χριστός Ἰησοῦς and Ἰησοῦς Χριστός?
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accepted Galatians 4:13: What was Paul's “infirmity of the flesh”?
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accepted Ya'akov's prophecy regarding his son, Yosef (Gen. 49:24)
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accepted Is synoptic parallelism a valid hermeneutic?
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accepted Why is the Greek word ἀγάπη often translated as “charity” in the New Testament?