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Apr
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comment Why did John take Mary, who was married, into his home?
@Kazark seems strange that you refer to Peter as flamboyant, care to elaborate?
Mar
6
comment Interpretation of Psalm 45:14
That's quite an interesting take
Mar
6
comment Interpretation of Psalm 45:14
It makes more sense to say that the virgins are introduced to the king, rather than brought to him. It bothers me to think that a verse apparently referring to Messiah would imply immoral conduct on his part.
Aug
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Dec
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comment Who is the prophetess in Isaiah 8:3?
That makes sense to me now, because it shows credibility of both parents
Dec
2
comment Who is the prophetess in Isaiah 8:3?
It's odd to me that he's referring to her in such a distant way: "the prophetess". It doesn't imply a relationship at all. He could have said "the love of my life" or "my wife" or something like that instead.
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