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reviewed Satisfactory Isaiah 7:15: to whom does this verse refer?
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reviewed No Action Needed Who is “his brother” in 1 John 5:16?
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answered What was the 'reproach of Egypt' referred to in Joshua 5:9?
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answered Can there be any eschatological claim made from 1 Samuel 28:19, concerning Saul in the afterlife?
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revised What is the meaning of the “inverted nuns” (׆ … ׆) around Numbers 10:35-36?
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revised What is the meaning of the “inverted nuns” (׆ … ׆) around Numbers 10:35-36?
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comment What is the meaning of the “inverted nuns” (׆ … ׆) around Numbers 10:35-36?
@Susan - I tried to complement the existing posts and show how the nun hafucha in Numbers appeared to relate to the other seven uses of the same nun hafucha in the Hebrew Bible.
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answered What is the meaning of the “inverted nuns” (׆ … ׆) around Numbers 10:35-36?
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answered Does John 11:25 refer to “Life after death” or “Life despite death”?
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comment Are there differences in how the Spirit empowers people?
Hello, Frank - also you can also add that the "filling of the Spirit of God" (Ex 31:3 and Ex 35:31) was something that had occurred and was manifest in wisdom and understanding.
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comment Deliver us from “evil” or “the evil one” – help from the Semitists?
@David - Thank you for your clarifications and comments. Very Respectfully,
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revised Why does John the Baptist deny being “Elijah”?
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answered Why does John the Baptist deny being “Elijah”?
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reviewed No Action Needed When Samson posed his riddle, how were his companions supposed to guess it?
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reviewed Approve “Pass over” or “cover over” in Exodus 12?
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comment Deliver us from “evil” or “the evil one” – help from the Semitists?
Sir - please click here for the expanded view, which proposes the absolute state of the adjective (instead of the determinate state). Very Respectfully submitted, Joseph
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comment Deliver us from “evil” or “the evil one” – help from the Semitists?
Sir - Thank you for the concise summary (+1). Can you double check whether the adjective is in the determinate state (definite article present) or the absolute state (definite article not present)? Apparently, when the definite article is absent, the feminine gender would imply the general sense of evil whereas the masculine gender of the same adjective would imply someone evil. Please click here and review comments highlighted in yellow. Very Respectfully
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reviewed Close Calculating months and weeks in the Mosaic Law
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reviewed Close The Lord Needs It - How did the owners perceive the word Lord?