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I live and work in San Antonio, Texas.


May
17
accepted Was Job short-changed in the end?
May
17
answered What is the meaning of “heap burning coals on his head”?
May
16
answered “Spiritual Enlightenment” in John 7:17
May
16
comment Did God say that Adam will die on the same day he ate the fruit?
@ScottS - Scott, the proposition is very simple, and there is no need to complicate the core issue: when the Lord is enforcing the rules, the punishment is quick. When man enforces the same rules, the punishment is not always quick.
May
16
accepted Who is the “True Companion” in Philippians 4:3?
May
16
comment Did God say that Adam will die on the same day he ate the fruit?
"Surely will die" (agency of the Lord) is immediate—the Lord enforces his command with immediacy; and "Surely shall be put to death" (agency of man) is intermediate. Thus the tendency of man which obeys, delays, or ignores the Lord’s command. (Your explanations focus on examples concerning this latter situation.) In other words, whenever the disobedience was enforced by the Lord, the expectation of death was immediate and certain from the Lord, and so the warning, “Surely will die.” With man, it was different. I modified my posting to clarify this nuance with supporting evidence. Thx
May
16
revised Did God say that Adam will die on the same day he ate the fruit?
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May
15
comment Did God say that Adam will die on the same day he ate the fruit?
You misspelled judgment as judgement. :)
May
15
comment Did God say that Adam will die on the same day he ate the fruit?
Scott - the verses you cited (to disprove my assertions) do not contain the infinitive absolute. That is, what I was showing in my verse citations from the Hebrew Bible were those that contained the infinitive absolute (translated: "surely") in tandem with the verb to die, which therefore indicated immediate/imminent death. The verses you cited do not match that criteria of the infinitive absolute in tandem with מֹות as found in Gen 2:15. I hope that helps. v/r, Joseph
May
15
awarded  Revival
May
15
comment The original form(s) of Isaiah 2:2-4 // Micah 4:1-3
The source is Isaiah 1:1 and Micah 1:1, which relate that BOTH prophets ministered during the time of Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah (i.e., the southern Kingdom in Jerusalem). In other words, the time span of all three kings was no less than 20 years; it would appear therefore that Isaiah and Micah were contemporaries in the same geographical location ministering to the same kings in Jerusalem at the same time (some 20+ years).
May
15
answered Is Saul's insult intended to be incoherent?
May
15
comment The original form(s) of Isaiah 2:2-4 // Micah 4:1-3
Would you consider the possibility that Isaiah and Micah personally had known one another? In other words, is there the possibility that one may have had direct, personal influence on the other (or vice-versa)?
May
14
revised What does Ezekiel 26:14 mean by 'Tyre shall never be rebuilt'?
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May
14
comment What does Ezekiel 26:14 mean by 'Tyre shall never be rebuilt'?
I take that as an immanent warning. :)
May
14
comment In Rev 19:16, why is the Name on the Word's thigh and robe?
Yes - Ps 45:3 comes into view with Ex 32:27. In other words, the Word of God is the sword (of the Spirit). His own identity on his own thigh is his "sword."
May
14
answered What does Ezekiel 26:14 mean by 'Tyre shall never be rebuilt'?
May
14
comment Who is being described in Rev. 13:11-12 and in what context do we understand the verses?"
@user2479 - The Revelation is the "Union Station" of the Bible. How can one possibly try to interpret the text without some very good familiarization of the Old Testament? Yes, of course, I agree with you. Historicist - but with the bias for "plain and normal" interpretation.
May
14
asked Who is the “True Companion” in Philippians 4:3?
May
13
comment Was Job short-changed in the end?
Did Job believe in an afterlife in Job 19:25-27? If his children survived in the afterlife, would not an additional ten children, in effect, be the doubling of his offspring (since the first ten children still "existed")?