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I live and work in San Antonio, Texas.


Sep
14
revised Why does John the Baptist deny being “Elijah”?
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Sep
13
answered Why does John the Baptist deny being “Elijah”?
Sep
12
reviewed No Action Needed When Samson posed his riddle, how were his companions supposed to guess it?
Sep
12
reviewed Approve suggested edit on “Pass over” or “cover over” in Exodus 12?
Sep
12
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
Sep
12
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
Sep
11
reviewed Close Calculating months and weeks in the Mosaic Law
Sep
11
reviewed Close The Lord Needs It - How did the owners perceive the word Lord?
Sep
10
comment Assessments of the evidence for the “Gap Theory” reading of Genesis 1:1-2?
@user2479 - I kept the scope of my answer on the question of the OP, which was limited to the "Gap Theory" inside the Hebrew Bible.
Sep
10
revised Assessments of the evidence for the “Gap Theory” reading of Genesis 1:1-2?
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Sep
10
comment Assessments of the evidence for the “Gap Theory” reading of Genesis 1:1-2?
@PaulVargas - I made an edit to change "re-arrange" to just "arrange" (the implication here is to constitute, to fix, or to establish)
Sep
10
revised Assessments of the evidence for the “Gap Theory” reading of Genesis 1:1-2?
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Sep
10
answered Assessments of the evidence for the “Gap Theory” reading of Genesis 1:1-2?
Sep
7
answered Psalm 23:6 correct translation
Sep
6
reviewed Reviewed Why do the Jews in John 8:33 say that they have never been enslaved?
Sep
6
comment Why do the Jews in John 8:33 say that they have never been enslaved?
Hello, Ivan - welcome aboard. Thank you for your analysis. In the future, can you hyperlink your verses (or source citations), so that we can check such references with a click? Also, feel free to structure your comments in paragraphs since (here) your had grouped several thoughts into one large paragraph. Thanks!
Sep
3
comment “Surely not” vs “not surely” in Genesis 3:4
@Susan - Waltke and O'Connor provide no examples, which make for the difficulty in understanding. Thank you for the suggested edits.
Sep
3
reviewed Leave Open How does the Septuagint differ from the Masoretic text for Isaiah 7:14?
Sep
3
reviewed Reopen Calculating months and weeks in the Mosaic Law
Sep
3
answered “Surely not” vs “not surely” in Genesis 3:4