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Well, I'm certain that I will begin the RCIA process soon at my local parish. I just read "Born Fundamentalist, Born Again Catholic" by David B. Currie. What an amazing book! So, perhaps next Easter, I'll be baptized and partake of my first legitimate Lord's Supper (Communion).

I recently completed two papers which are available on the Articles section of my website. One is a discourse on the phrase "the first day of the week" in the KJV translation of the New Testament. The other is an exegesis of John 3:3.

Let me know what you think (contact@simply-a-christian.com).

  1. The First Day of the Week in the New Testament
  2. You Must Be Born Again - An Exegesis on John 3:3

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comment Different translation of “The Great Tribulation?”
@swascheck: Ah, thanks. Hmm...but there are so many times where we find an article in the English of the KVJ, an article in the Greek of the TR, but no article in the Latin (of course). So, did the translators basically use their common sense in such cases?
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comment Different translation of “The Great Tribulation?”
@swascheck: I don't quite understand that. Here's why. Were the KJV translators --- i.e., those who produced the English translation known as the KJV --- looking at Latin text or Greek text when they wrote their translation of Rev. 7:14? If Greek text, then they certainly saw the definite article, right?
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answered Different translation of “The Great Tribulation?”
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comment What gender does the pronouns have that denote ruach or pneuma?
You also need to understand that, in a language in which words possess gender, there can be a grammatical gender, and a natural gender.
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awarded  Necromancer
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answered Numbers 28: Is the difference between noun-adjective and genitive cases for the burnt offering significant?
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accepted What are the earliest dated Syriac manuscripts of the Bible?
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comment Does Hebrews 7 claim that Yeshu'a is Malki-Tzedek?
There are many who believe Jesus to have been Melchisedek. Just one example: near-death.com/experiences/origen042.html. But rest assured, there are others.
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answered What is a “quickening spirit” (1 Cor 15:45) and how is it different from a “living soul”?
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comment Interpretation of Psalm 45:14
@Stephen: I don't think my answer necessarily answered your question yet. Don't worry, I'll actually answer the question you asked shortly.
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comment Interpretation of Psalm 45:14
Sorry about that, @MonicaCellio. It should be Psa. 2.6. Actually, I believe the Psalmist refers to two kings: one is YHVH (Psa. 44:4), and one is "that king," as you say. That would be the orthodox Jewish understanding, amIright?
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revised Has the NIV incorrectly added “had” in Luke 10:40?
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Psa. 2:8, 18:50, 21:1, 72:1...
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reviewed Reject Translation of “abba” (Αββα, אבא)