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According to Matt 19:4, do all infants and children go to heaven if they die because they are sealed with God before intentionally committing a sin?

According to Christ's teachings, they are covered by God's mercy and granted access to the Kingdom by their innocence. For Jesus said, "Unless you humble yourself like a little child, you cannot ...
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The Tree in the Center of the Garden

Gen 3:22 - I think if you word study "also" you'll find an acceptable usage (meaning) as AGAIN. Wherein that context would show a second eating of the same tree would have a different ...
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Do the angels ascending and descending on Jacob's Ladder in Genesis 28:12 represent the holy elect replacing Satan and his demons?

In fact the Jacob’s replacement may have happened in reverse to what you describe. Jacob has obtained the inheritance and blessings of his father Isaac by a lie and exploitation of his twin brother ...
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In Hebrews 12-23-24, are the "angelic myriads", "congregation of the firstborn", and "righteous spirits made perfect" all descriptions of the saints?

In the book of Enoch one can read about the dichotomy of clean and unclean angels (sons of god and/or resurrected εγρήγοροι) and righteous and sinful souls that live in heaven or kept in some pit ...
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What should you not do when using Large Language Models in the field of Hermeneutics?

It is not possible for LLM to convey the spiritual understanding that the Spirit Himself gives human believers through the study of scripture: 1 Corinthians 2:10-16 But God hath revealed them unto us ...
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What should you not do when using Large Language Models in the field of Hermeneutics?

First, a disclaimer: I haven't directly used any LLM (Large Language Model). My answer is based on many years of Software Engineering and also an intuitive understanding of Linguistics (as so I've ...
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What should you not do when using Large Language Models in the field of Hermeneutics?

ChatGPT is severely limited to public domain work. So, as an example, it would quote from lesser works as it doesn't have access to the HALOT or BDAG that have the benefit of decades more archeology ...
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How can Large Language Model AIs help with Hermeneutics?

I got a more useful answer than @Dieter did when I limited the question to "biblical hermeneutics." The second bullet point is the one that responds most directly in the sense that the term &...
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What should you not do when using Large Language Models in the field of Hermeneutics?

A blind machine will never understand the spiritual word of God. God's word will never be understood by a cold machine programmed by a cold human who lacks the wisdom of God through spiritual ...
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How can Large Language Model AIs help with Hermeneutics?

A blind machine will never understand the spiritual word of God. God's word will never be understood by a cold machine programmed by a cold human who lacks the wisdom of God through spiritual ...
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How can Large Language Model AIs help with Hermeneutics?

And here's how ChatGPT responds to your question: Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems like ChatGPT can significantly aid in the field of hermeneutics, which is the study and interpretation of texts, ...
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