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asked Exo. 29:1 - Difference between לֶחֶם מַצּוֹת, חַלֹּת מַצֹּת, and רְקִיקֵי מַצּוֹת?
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accepted Job 1:5 - Does Job offer sacrifices to atone for the sins of others, i.e. his sons?
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revised Who is “The Son” in Hebrews chapter 1: 8 ? Is He God in the strictest sense of the word, or a created being?
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revised What does the Greek word κύριος mean in 1 Cor. 12:3?
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accepted Does Acts 13:33 refer to the “eternal generation” of the Word?
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asked Job 1:5 - Does Job offer sacrifices to atone for the sins of others, i.e. his sons?
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comment Comparing a portion of 2 Peter 3:4 to a portion of John 19:25
I think the latter is an attributed genitive, not genitive of apposition.
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comment Comparing a portion of 2 Peter 3:4 to a portion of John 19:25
I realize you have expressed knowledge in Greek grammar, so the elementary knowledge which I shared is more for the audience who reads your post, not necessarily for yourself.
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answered Comparing a portion of 2 Peter 3:4 to a portion of John 19:25
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comment Does Acts 13:33 refer to the “eternal generation” of the Word?
πρωτόγονος, πρωτογενής, πρωτογέννητος, πρωτότοκος, and πρωτοφυής are all synonymous, meaning "first-born" or "first-begotten." See pp. 8-9 of this paper. And it says "first-born" ("first-begotten") from the dead (ἐκ τῶν νεκρῶν), which is an obvious reference to his resurrection from the dead. –
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comment Does Acts 13:33 refer to the “eternal generation” of the Word?
"Begetting is not an obvious metaphor for resurrection." Are any metaphors obvious? In any case, begetting and resurrection are linked in quite a few verses, for example, Rev. 1:5 where Jesus is referred to as the "firstborn from the dead."
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comment Does Acts 13:33 refer to the “eternal generation” of the Word?
The "greater context" of what?
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asked Does Acts 13:33 refer to the “eternal generation” of the Word?
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comment What does the Greek word θεότητος in Colossians 2:9 mean?
Here is the URL to my paper, which has all the footnotes and better formatting: simply-a-christian.com/discourse/…
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answered What does the Greek word θεότητος in Colossians 2:9 mean?