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What is the correct translation of the ending of 2 Peter 3:17?

I suggest that the NIV translators wished to head off questions related to "Eternal Security". And the KJV doesn't deal with the question. My perspective is that 2 Peter 3:17 says nothing ...
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What is the correct translation of the ending of 2 Peter 3:17?

This verse is about falling from "grace" (verse 18)...not 'salvation': 2 Peter 3:18 But grow in grace, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. To him be glory both now ...
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What is the correct translation of the ending of 2 Peter 3:17?

The two translations are equally valid; they convey the same idea. One implies “once saved always saved”, the other that we must keep preserving. It's not clear how anyone that doesn't inject their ...
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What is the origin of the Kenites?

The origin of the Kenites is obscure. As the OP mentions, they first appear in the biblical record in the Book of Genesis at the time of Abraham, where they are described as occupying part of the land ...
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