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comment What kind of death does Ezekiel identify for the righteous who turn from righteousness? Is it spiritual, physical, or something else?
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revised What kind of death does Ezekiel identify for the righteous who turn from righteousness? Is it spiritual, physical, or something else?
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answered What kind of death does Ezekiel identify for the righteous who turn from righteousness? Is it spiritual, physical, or something else?
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comment Why does biblehub.com translate κεφαλῆς of I Corinthians 11:4 as “[his] head”?
Noun-Genitive, Feminine, Singular (N-GFS). "Feminine" refers to the grammatical gender, not the natural gender. Every noun in Greek is of one of three [grammatical] genders: masculine, neuter, or feminine. κεφαλή happens to be feminine, i.e. ἡ κεφαλή is the lexical form.
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revised What does “Christian” mean (Acts 11:26)?
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answered What does “Christian” mean (Acts 11:26)?
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revised In Isaiah 14:12 did the King James translator make a mistake using the term Lucifer to describe morning star?
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revised In Isaiah 14:12 did the King James translator make a mistake using the term Lucifer to describe morning star?
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revised In Isaiah 14:12 did the King James translator make a mistake using the term Lucifer to describe morning star?
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answered In Isaiah 14:12 did the King James translator make a mistake using the term Lucifer to describe morning star?
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revised What is the difference in the Kingdom of Heaven and the Kingdom of God?
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comment Gal 5:18 vs John 3:16
Belief entails obedience.
Nov
14
accepted Matt. 5:28: αὐτὴν or αὐτῆς as the object of τὸ ἐπιθυμῆσαι?
Nov
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comment Matt. 5:28: αὐτὴν or αὐτῆς as the object of τὸ ἐπιθυμῆσαι?
This is now the better answer as it includes information on witnesses for each variant.
Nov
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comment Matt. 5:28: αὐτὴν or αὐτῆς as the object of τὸ ἐπιθυμῆσαι?
@René: So, would you say that taking the accusative isn't merely a solecism? P.S. Please post an answer, if you wish. I'd be happy to award you the points. :)
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asked Matt. 5:28: αὐτὴν or αὐτῆς as the object of τὸ ἐπιθυμῆσαι?
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