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I live and work in San Antonio, Texas.


Jun
29
answered How should we contextualize Paul's “Jesus is accursed” in I Co 12:3?
Jun
18
comment Why is Jer 10:11 written in Aramaic?
@brilliant - John D. Barry, Michael R. Grigoni, Michael S. Heiser et al., Faithlife Study Bible (Bellingham, WA: Logos Bible Software, 2012), Jer. 10:11.
Jun
15
revised How can we understand 1 Corinthians 12 without contradiction
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Jun
14
answered How can we understand 1 Corinthians 12 without contradiction
Jun
13
comment Details on “Western Unical D”?
Interesting. I highly recommend Holmes's book. On the odd pages he provides the English translations, and on the even pages the language concerned (Greek, Latin, etc.), so that readers can see what the Apostolic Fathers wrote during the First and Second centuries.
Jun
13
comment Details on “Western Unical D”?
Please click here for page 741, and then here for page 742. Please note that ONLY the italicized words comprise about 50% of "verbatim text" as is found in John 7:53ff. Thus I had said that Papias "almost cited verbatim" the Pericope Adulterae in the Second Century AD.
Jun
12
comment Details on “Western Unical D”?
@NoahSnyder - Eusebius was referring to fragment #3. You can view fragment #4 by clicking here, and then "look inside" to Page 741. The parallels are VERBATIM.
Jun
12
answered Details on “Western Unical D”?
Jun
12
comment Why does Numbers 29:39 (LXX) refer to “your salvation” instead of “peace offerings”?
@MonicaCellio - Your comment is valid and well taken; however the idea in the contexts at hand is that בְּרִית is implied through "oaths" and "vows," which are parallel in meaning to בְּרִית. In other words בְּרִית is the backdrop of Torah. It is בְּרִית which "saves."
Jun
12
answered Why does Numbers 29:39 (LXX) refer to “your salvation” instead of “peace offerings”?
Jun
10
answered What is “sin that leads to death” in 1 John 5:16?
Jun
10
comment Can John's Passion chronology be reconciled with that of the Synoptics?
@Jas3.1 - Questions are answered per your request, and I have "beefed up" the diagram.
Jun
10
comment Can John's Passion chronology be reconciled with that of the Synoptics?
@MonicaCellio - Thanks. I always take your feedback to heart. I have improved the graph incorporating your suggestions to include an updated reference to the Feast of Unleavened Bread and its significance to the body of Jesus. In fact, I have added some more verses and have incorporated the reference and significance of the Festival of First Fruits as well (16 Nisan). Again, thanks.
Jun
10
revised Can John's Passion chronology be reconciled with that of the Synoptics?
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Jun
9
answered Can John's Passion chronology be reconciled with that of the Synoptics?
Jun
8
answered Who are the Sheep and the Goats in Matthew 25?
Jun
8
answered Why does Jesus heal the blind man twice?
Jun
7
revised Explanation of Chronological Disparities between St. John and the Synoptic Gospels Concerning Jesus' Passion
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Jun
7
answered Why does Matthew include these women in Jesus' genealogy?
Jun
6
answered What is the meaning of “water and blood” in 1 John 5:6?