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revised Did 70 or 75 Hebrews go down to Egypt with Jacob?
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Feb
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answered Did 70 or 75 Hebrews go down to Egypt with Jacob?
Feb
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answered Genesis 4:15- Why did God protect Cain?
Jan
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revised According to 1 Corinthians 10:1-4, does the Red Sea in Exodus 14:22 represent Jesus' Blood?
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Jan
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revised According to 1 Corinthians 10:1-4, does the Red Sea in Exodus 14:22 represent Jesus' Blood?
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revised According to 1 Corinthians 10:1-4, does the Red Sea in Exodus 14:22 represent Jesus' Blood?
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Jan
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answered According to 1 Corinthians 10:1-4, does the Red Sea in Exodus 14:22 represent Jesus' Blood?
Jan
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comment Does Mark 11:26 mean that those who do not forgive others are not forgiven by God?
@Anonymous - I qualified my statements to meet your concern - Very Respectfully,
Jan
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revised Does Mark 11:26 mean that those who do not forgive others are not forgiven by God?
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Jan
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reviewed Reviewed Are there any non-biblical occurrences of Koine Greek? Are there occurrences prior to the Septuagint/NT?
Jan
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reviewed Reviewed Was Jesus’ commandment to “love enemies” (Matthew 5:43) meant literally?
Jan
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comment Was Jesus’ commandment to “love enemies” (Matthew 5:43) meant literally?
Janet - forgiveness in the Christian New Testament appears in connection with financial obligations (that is, somebody owes money to somebody). Is there any interpretation open, then, that the one who is forgiven also loses credibility (that is, they are no longer credit-worthy to receive more lending of money)? If you agree, can you provide us your thoughts/analysis? If you are willing, please re-edit your post to draw light on the texts that help us understand the nuance between forgiving others (who now have no credibility with us), but who remain lovable notwithstanding. Very Respectfully,
Jan
24
comment What does it means to “afflict your souls” as in Lev. 16?
Carmen - Do you see any relation between the fast (associated and commanded during the Day of Atonement) and this idea of self-affliction during the Day of Atonement? If you agree, can you research this connection and then re-edit your posting for us? (For example, is there any evidence in the Biblical texts that this fast will ever be converted into a feast?) Any update from you in this regard would help. Thanks! Very Respectfully,
Jan
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answered Who decided to send spies to Canaan
Jan
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answered Why the two paragogic nuns in 1 Sam 2:22?
Jan
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awarded  Curious
Jan
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asked Why the two paragogic nuns in 1 Sam 2:22?
Jan
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answered Why are there no upright women?
Jan
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revised Does Gen 1:1 refer to day 1 or the entire 6 days of creation?
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comment John 14:14 in P75
@Luis - Please click here, which is the analysis of this text from various sources. This Logos 6 resource comes from comes from: Metzger, Bruce M., United Bible Societies (1994). A Textual Commentary on the Greek New Testament, second edition (companion volume to the United Bible Societies’ Greek New Testament, 4th rev. ed.). London; New York: United Bible Societies, p.208. Feel free to ask more questions, however, a new "question" may be appropriate for this site.