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Dec
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revised In Isaiah 14:12 did the King James translator make a mistake using the term Lucifer to describe morning star?
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Dec
17
revised In Isaiah 14:12 did the King James translator make a mistake using the term Lucifer to describe morning star?
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Dec
17
revised In Isaiah 14:12 did the King James translator make a mistake using the term Lucifer to describe morning star?
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Dec
17
answered In Isaiah 14:12 did the King James translator make a mistake using the term Lucifer to describe morning star?
Dec
15
asked What is the significance of τὴν κατατομήν in Phil 3:2?
Dec
11
comment What is the meaning of the reference to 'stones' in Ecclesiastes 3?
Of interest, the Tosofot for the Torah (Daat Zekenim), or medieval commentaries which appear next to notes by Rashi in current editions of the Babylonian Talmud, suggest that these stones were the two respective sets of tablets of the Law handed to Moses. That is, the first set was destroyed due to separation from the Lord, and the second for reconciliation.
Dec
2
comment John 9: Did the blind man know scripture?
From what passage(s) within the Hebrew Bible was the blind man quoting?
Nov
30
comment Is Jesus denying an earthly birth in Matt 11:11?
Would not the second clause of this verse have qualified Jesus as the greater one?
Nov
27
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Nov
23
revised Where was Uzziah buried?
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Nov
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awarded  Revival
Nov
23
answered Where was Uzziah buried?
Nov
22
revised Does God really hate some people (Ps 11:5), even though he loves the whole world (John 3:16)?
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Nov
22
revised Does God really hate some people (Ps 11:5), even though he loves the whole world (John 3:16)?
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Nov
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revised Does God really hate some people (Ps 11:5), even though he loves the whole world (John 3:16)?
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Nov
22
comment Does God really hate some people (Ps 11:5), even though he loves the whole world (John 3:16)?
@David - I am shocked, very shocked and very disappointed. I have written a very brief note to senior developers at the Faithlife corporation, and of course will not use the cantillation software again without careful scrutiny in the future. Thank you for the very vigilant eye. I re-edited my post accordingly. Very Respectfully,
Nov
22
revised Does God really hate some people (Ps 11:5), even though he loves the whole world (John 3:16)?
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Nov
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comment Does God really hate some people (Ps 11:5), even though he loves the whole world (John 3:16)?
The verse "Jacob have I loved, but Esau have I hated" was written over 1,000 years after Esau had died, and so was historical in its perspective. In this regard, before Esau was born, the prophecy at that time was only that "the older (Esau) would serve the younger (Jacob)."
Nov
20
answered Does God really hate some people (Ps 11:5), even though he loves the whole world (John 3:16)?
Nov
19
comment Why does Job use “bless” to mean “curse”?
The use appears to be euphemism.