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Investigation into the meaning or use of an individual word across a specific Biblical text or collection. This can include etymology, morphology, and usage as the word appears in text. This should not be exhaustive for all uses through the entire Bible or testament for frequently used words.

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Word Study G3516: νήπιος (nēpios) babes

νήπιος (nēpios) - babes Jesus used this word twice. Mat 11:25 At that time Jesus answered and said, I thank thee, O Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because thou hast hid these things from the wise ...
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In Romans 1:11 why does Paul seem to fudge about his agenda by saying "some spiritual gift"?

NIV Romans 1: 11I long to see you so that I may impart to you some spiritual gift to make you strong— 12that is, that you and I may be mutually encouraged by each other’s faith. It sounds ...
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Ephesians 2:2, are there versions other than (DRB), (WYC) and (LV) having the word "this"?

Ephesians 2:2, Latin Vulgate (LV): in quibus aliquando ambulastis secundum saeculum mundi huius secundum principem potestatis aeris huius spiritus qui nunc operatur in filios diffidentiae ...
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In the story of the blind man from birth (John 9) did Jesus take clay and mix it with spittle on the Sabbath? [closed]

In the original language of the man born blind from birth (John 9) did Jesus actually take clay and mix it with spittle on the Sabbath?
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How convincing as a proof of the Inspiration of the Scriptures are the following patterns of 40 (and 41) in the Greek Scriptures? [closed]

There are exactly 40 times in the Greek New Testament Scriptures that God speaks the words 'EGO EIMI' (I AM). The Deity of Christ | ‘EGO EIMI’ (I AM) | 40 instances Matthew But straightway Jesus ...
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A Clearer Explanation [duplicate]

So I heard someone remark one time "Who is Herman and why is he "newting" around?" in regards to the word "hermeneutics". Comical, yes, but relevant all the same. So what is the clearest, simplest, ...
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What can be the theological meaning of John 19:34 [closed]

I have done some research, but I want a ‘pedagogical ‘ meaning, what is the message, the positive. Thank you.
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What distinct and intelligible meaning can be derived from analysing John 1;1b and c's "Word" and "God"? [duplicate]

Can we take a plainer way in identifying the "word" and "God" in this verse or use substitution of the terms once the "word" and "God" already have been ...
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Was there a Biblical change of day when Jesus sat and ate the Passover, and was there a change of day when Joseph came to the cross the first time? [duplicate]

If there was a Biblical change of day when Jesus sat and ate the Passover, and there was a change of day when Joseph came to the cross (the first time), this would show major differences between what ...
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What are the Benefits Of Death According to the Will of God? [closed]

What are the benefits of death to believers according to the Apostle John's writings in the New Testament?
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Is the Valley of Hinnom adequately translated as hell? [closed]

Transliteration vs. Translation vs.Travesty vs. Allegory Gehenna or Valley of Hinnom or Djennem or Hell? Through the prophecy and book of Jeremiah the Valley of Hinnom (ge hinnom) east of Jerusalem ...
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