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There are two common answers to this question: A. Inspiration All scripture is given by inspiration of God (2 Tim. 3:16) On this view the authors learned of these details by revelation from God, much like Peter learned of Jesus' identity in this way, as recorded in Matthew 16: 15-17 B. These people talked to each other 1. Nicodemus - we learn in John 19:39 ...


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This book is attributed to Solomon by a very old tradition. Yet as noted in this video from the Bible Project, min 1:03 onwards ... you do have to admit Solomon is a very odd candidate as the author of this book, given the fact he had seven hundred wives. For the lovers in the Song of Songs, they are the only ones in the world for each other. referencing 1 ...


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Matthew and Luke seem to build upon the shorter Gospel of Mark. What would make sense is Matthew had a Hebrew/Aramaic gospel before Mark. Quoting Irenaeus: Matthew also issued a written Gospel among the Hebrews in their own dialect,... If Mark translated much of Matthew's Hebrew/Aramaic gospel, then then it would make sense that Matthew used that ...


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