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comment Jesus and the adulterous woman: was stoning a practical possiblity?
possible duplicate of In the time of Jesus, were the Jewish authorities allowed to execute?
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answered The Hebrew word Yom
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revised What does the word 'evil' mean in In Isaiah 45.7
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comment What does the word 'evil' mean in In Isaiah 45.7
HALOT = Hebrew and Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament, and OED is the Oxford English Dictionary.
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answered What does the word 'evil' mean in In Isaiah 45.7
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comment Why does the original KJV use fishes instead of fish?
Not to mention the question of whether 'fishes' versus 'fish' conveyed a meaningful distinction to readers of Tyndale or the KJV when written.
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answered Was the Song of Solomon originally a series of unconnected love poems?
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comment Is King Solomon the bridegroom in the Song of Solomon?
To quote IA Richards, "How many children had lady MacBeth?" You're asking about whether the author intended to convey something that is, I think, nowhere in the text at all. I wouldn't know where to start.
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comment Is King Solomon the bridegroom in the Song of Solomon?
I could type another 'this can't be answered' answer here, but I'm not sure you'd appreciate. If you think he wrote it, he could certainly have metaphored himself, Marie-Antoinette-like, into the role of a 'simple shepherd'.