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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 partake of my first legitimate Eucharist and be confirmed in the Roman Catholic Church.

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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revised Why is Jesus' admission to being the “Son of God” equated with “blasphemy” in Matt. 26:65?
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comment What does it means to “afflict your souls” as in Lev. 16?
The KJV being "a translation of a Latin translation" does not automatically dictate that the KJV is thus a "terrible version." I don't know why you imply otherwise.
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comment Did English-language translations describe Adam and Eve as eating apples?
It's not about confusing the words. It's a pun. :)
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Sounds like a good plan, Susan. Let's see if @w.kent agrees.
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comment What is the difference between “soul” and “spirit” or ψυχή and πνεῦμα, respectively?
Recommend this be moved to Christianity.SE, unless closed. I don't see it being appropriate for Biblical Hermeneutics since the question involves a more generalized investigation of two concepts rather than a direct exegesis of biblical texts. Anyone agree?
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revised In the Gospel of John, why does Jesus say (four times), “I will raise him up at the last day”?
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