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I live and work in San Antonio, Texas.


Aug
25
answered The book of Daniel
Aug
21
answered What is “the law of liberty” in James 2:12?
Aug
21
revised What is the head covering referring to in 1 Corinthians 11:4-6?
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Aug
21
comment What biblical figure was present during the dinosaurs?
@JamesShewey - the account of Genesis (1:1-2:4) appears in Exodus 20:11 and Exodus 31:17.
Aug
20
comment What is the head covering referring to in 1 Corinthians 11:4-6?
@Onlyheisgood. Please click here. In this post I relate how the authority of Deborah (in the Hebrew Bible) was correlated to Barak. Please read the comments in that post. So, yes, my hypothesis is that women may operate in tandem with men, but not independent of them.
Aug
20
comment What is the head covering referring to in 1 Corinthians 11:4-6?
@Onlyheisgood. I appreciate the magnitude of shame/honor in the Ancient Far East. We must not underestimate that our modern "eyes" miss these nuances in Scripture. However, the Greek believers in Corinth were dealing with sexual immorality and "power politics" in their congregation. One aggravating circumstance was the role of women (in general) in regard to speaking gifts, which had exercised authority over men (in general). Were women charged with the "glory" of wearing the crown of the authority of God? Or were the charged with the "glory" of wearing the crown of magnificence?
Aug
19
comment What is the head covering referring to in 1 Corinthians 11:4-6?
@Onlyheisgood. I checked the reference to Numbers 30, but that reference appears to relate to women and their relationship to their fathers and/or husbands. The issue in 1 Corinthians 11 appears to relate to women "praying and prophesying," which are speaking gifts relating to the authority of the Word of God. In other words, there are no daughters or wives in 1 Corinthians 11 making any vows, which are in turn overruled by the fathers and/or husbands. Also, there is no reference in Numbers 30 to the "glory" of the head (whether man or woman), which would help us to better understand 1 Cor 11.
Aug
19
reviewed No Action Needed Does the use of 'Christ Jesus' have any special significance?
Aug
19
awarded  Necromancer
Aug
19
reviewed Leave Closed How credible is the theory that Enki and Ninhursag influenced Genesis 2 and 3?
Aug
19
comment What is the head covering referring to in 1 Corinthians 11:4-6?
@Onlyheisgood. I made a major overhaul to emphasize that headgear (hats) are not in view.
Aug
19
revised What is the head covering referring to in 1 Corinthians 11:4-6?
Major overhaul
Aug
19
answered Who does “we which are alive” refer to in 1 Thessalonians 4:17?
Aug
18
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
16
revised Why did the Mosaic Law prohibit the ancient Israelites from eating pork?
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Aug
15
answered Why did the Mosaic Law prohibit the ancient Israelites from eating pork?
Aug
15
reviewed No Action Needed In what language is the oldest available text of Genesis?
Aug
14
comment Why is Tamar “more righteous” than Judah?
David - quick honest, bona-fide, sincere, well-meaning question: In the Comparison of Exclusion, would the comparison between Judah and Tamar mean that Tamar was righteous when Judah was not righteous (that is, mutually exclusive)? Thanks!
Aug
14
answered Why is Tamar “more righteous” than Judah?
Aug
14
reviewed Edit Could Adam's age have referred only to his time after the fall?