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Are these two separate occasions?

There are four separate accounts (in each gospel) of the woman who anoints Jesus with perfume. One identifies her as Mary, the other as a sinful woman from the city. Checked online for some commentary ...
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Does Numbers 5:18 shed any light on Paul's Statement about women's Uncovered Hair? (1 Corinthians 11:5-6)

In the process of determining whether a wife is faithful to her husband, the priest was to uncover the woman's head. And the priest shall set the woman before the LORD, and uncover the woman's head, ...
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Why is Bilhah referred to as Jacob's wife in one passage and his concubine in another? can the hebrew be tranlsated it as woman and not wife

Why is Bilhah referred to as Jacob's wife in one passage and his concubine in another? can the hebrew be tranlsated as woman and not wife? Genesis 30:4 (NIV) So she gave him her servant Bilhah as a ...
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Does the Bible condone rape in Deuteronomy 22: 29? [duplicate]

Atheists says the word for "seized" (her) have a violent conotation, since this is the one that is used in scripture, is that true? 29 Then the man that lay with her shall give unto the ...
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(Isaiah 3:12)’s declaration that women would rule over Jerusalem & Judah suggests that men became irresponsible and/or negligent about leadership jobs

Isaiah 3:12 New American Standard Bible 1995 12 O My people! Their oppressors [a]are children, And women rule over them. O My people! Those who guide you lead you astray And confuse the direction of ...
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Is the event recorded in John 12:1-8 considered to be the same event as Mark 14:3-9?

Both describe a woman anointing Jesus with costly ointment on his head or feet. The place is the same (Bethany), and in John, the woman is identified as the sister of Lazarus. However, there are three ...
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Is the time of suffering of the woman with hemorrhage related to the daughter of the Jew Jairus?

The twelve years that a woman had a hemorrhage in Matthew 9:20-22 and Luke 8:43-48 has some bearing on the twelve years of the daughter of Jairus Matthew 9:18-26; Mark 5:21-43; Luke 8:40-5
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