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Jan
19
comment Was υἱοῦ θεοῦ a latter addition to Mark 1:1?
This is a complex answer. For more information, the reader may wish to review Constantin Tischendorf's critical apparatus on p. 214. It is two pages long.
Jan
17
asked 2 Cor. 10:4: Translation/Understanding of δυνατὰ τῷ θεῷ
Jan
17
revised In Gal. 3:10 Is Paul trying to teach following the laws is putting a curse on you?
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Jan
17
revised In Gal. 3:10 Is Paul trying to teach following the laws is putting a curse on you?
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17
answered In Gal. 3:10 Is Paul trying to teach following the laws is putting a curse on you?
Jan
16
revised Does Romans 2:22 refer to temple robbery or sacrilege?
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Jan
16
answered Does Romans 2:22 refer to temple robbery or sacrilege?
Jan
16
asked Heb. 11:17: Why προσενήνοχεν, first, and then shortly thereafter, προσέφερεν?
Jan
14
comment John 1:35: Who were the two disciples of John the Baptist?
Hey, if you quote Alford and Chrysostom, you're gonna' get awarded best answer from me. :)
Jan
14
revised In 2 Tim. 3:16, what is the meaning of the phrase “for correction”?
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14
revised In 2 Tim. 3:16, what is the meaning of the phrase “for correction”?
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revised In 2 Tim. 3:16, what is the meaning of the phrase “for correction”?
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Jan
14
answered In 2 Tim. 3:16, what is the meaning of the phrase “for correction”?
Jan
13
comment Meaning of Ezekiel 5:8
@Blessed Geek: Would you like to make a question? I'm sure it would receive a lot of attention and answers.
Jan
13
revised In 2 Tim. 3:16, what is the meaning of the phrase “for correction”?
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Jan
12
revised Distinction between παρὰ τοῦ θεοῦ ἐξῆλθον and ἐκ τοῦ θεοῦ ἐξῆλθον
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Jan
12
accepted John 1:16: What is “the fullness” (τὸ πλήρωμα) that was received by the author of the fourth gospel?
Jan
12
comment Is there a way to express monotheism in hebrew language?
@Jim Thio: Actually, technically it's monotheistic. It doesn't say there are other gods, which would be henotheism. It simply says Yahveh is Israel's god. Taken at face value, it only speaks of one god: Yahveh. Nothing more. In fact, the Bible never actually says other gods exist, unless you consider demons to be gods. Some do. But, if we take god = creator, there is only one, and can be only one. There must be a first mover, someone/thing which existed and created everything else. And that first mover must be inherently eternal. Creation has to begin somewhere, at some point.
Jan
12
comment Is there a way to express monotheism in hebrew language?
@JimThio: Fair enough. (Doesn't mean there are actually other gods, though...)
Jan
12
revised Meaning of Ezekiel 5:8
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