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Jewish by birth (never religiously), baptized as an infant in the Roman Catholic Church, but just now preparing to be confirmed and have my first communion.

A friend of mine and I are preparing to begin a study group for Attic/Koine Greek. If you are interested in learning Attic/Koine Greek, please go to the following website, create an account, and introduce yourself:

http://www.thehebrewcafe.com/greek/forum/

We're hoping you'll participate!

Jewish by birth (never religiously), baptized as an infant in the Roman Catholic Church, but just now preparing to be confirmed and have my first communion.

A friend of mine and I are preparing to begin a study group for Attic/Koine Greek. If you are interested in learning Attic/Koine Greek, please go to the following website, create an account, and introduce yourself:

http://www.thehebrewcafe.com/greek/forum/

We're hoping you'll participate!


Jan
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revised Meaning of Ezekiel 5:8
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Jan
12
answered Meaning of Ezekiel 5:8
Jan
11
comment What does 'prayers' mean in 1 Timothy 2:1 as distinct from supplications, intercessions, and thanksgivings?
Witsius' answer makes sense to me. A lot of sense. You didn't have to accept it if you didn't think it was best answer. I was just wondering how I could improve it. But thanks anyway. It's appreciated.
Jan
11
revised John 1:16: What is “the fullness” (τὸ πλήρωμα) that was received by the author of the fourth gospel?
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Jan
11
answered John 1:16: What is “the fullness” (τὸ πλήρωμα) that was received by the author of the fourth gospel?
Jan
10
comment What does 'prayers' mean in 1 Timothy 2:1 as distinct from supplications, intercessions, and thanksgivings?
Can you give me a recommendation on my answer? Is it verbose?
Jan
10
comment John 1:16: What is “the fullness” (τὸ πλήρωμα) that was received by the author of the fourth gospel?
I would like to award you a best answer. But, I need to you somehow someway connect "God's unlimited grace" to "his fullness." I understand the commentary in your Bible is making that claim, but they too must have a basis on which they make the claim. I'd like to know the basis. If they cannot connect the dots, then I have to question their interpretation. The best answer will show the work.
Jan
10
answered Thrones at the end of days
Jan
10
asked Questions concerning Zec. 2:11
Jan
10
comment John 1:16: What is “the fullness” (τὸ πλήρωμα) that was received by the author of the fourth gospel?
Can you elaborate how you came to the concusion that "'fullness' is a quantification of God's unlimited grace"?
Jan
10
revised John 1:16: What is “the fullness” (τὸ πλήρωμα) that was received by the author of the fourth gospel?
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Jan
10
comment John 1:16: What is “the fullness” (τὸ πλήρωμα) that was received by the author of the fourth gospel?
You're so right. Can't believe I missed the ἐκ. I need some coffee. :( Let me edit the original post.
Jan
10
asked John 1:16: What is “the fullness” (τὸ πλήρωμα) that was received by the author of the fourth gospel?
Jan
10
revised John 1:35: Who were the two disciples of John the Baptist?
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Jan
10
comment Is there a way to express monotheism in hebrew language?
I take it you're questioning my translation? Have a peek at the article I hyperlinked.
Jan
10
revised Is there a way to express monotheism in hebrew language?
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revised Is there a way to express monotheism in hebrew language?
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answered Is there a way to express monotheism in hebrew language?
Jan
10
comment John 1:35: Who were the two disciples of John the Baptist?
Any idea as to who the second disciple could be?
Jan
9
asked John 1:35: Who were the two disciples of John the Baptist?