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Daniel 11:30 - Romans?

There’s no doubt that The author of TH’s translation of Daniel 11 saw the pericop of Daniel 9-11 as being fulfilled by the Romans. But TH is a post New Testament Christian Interpolation, so it’s not ...
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Is there a contradiction between 1 Corinthians 12:29 and 1 Corinthians 14:31,39?

The apparent conundrum in the OP's question is readily resolved by observing the rules about what "all" means in each situation. πᾶς, πᾶσα, πᾶν (= all, everyone) In Greek, as in English, the ...
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In 1 Samuel 10:5-6, Music is the ר֣וּחַ יְהֹוָ֔ה Spirit of YHVH?

Music is not the Spirit of YHVH, it is a vessel to conduct the message of the Spirit of YHVH. Passionate speeches in Bible often expressed in poetic format, and certainly this format can be sung and ...
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Is God guilty of lying in 1 Kings 22?

Note the difference between "the prophets" (1 Kings 22:6 NIV) and "the prophet of the Lord" (1 Kings 22:7 NIV). The King of Judah Jehoshaphat asked the King of Israel Ahab: "...
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What is the antecedent of “he” in Daniel 9:27?

"He" is Satan. Be patient to read below. (Daniel 9:26 NIV); "After the sixty-two ‘sevens,’ the Anointed One will be put to death and will have nothing. The people of the ruler who will ...
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Which covenant was confirmed "with the many"for one week? (Daniel 9:27)

(Daniel 9:26 NIV); "After the sixty-two ‘sevens,’ the Anointed One will be put to death and will have nothing. The people of the ruler who will come will destroy the city and the sanctuary. The ...
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Which covenant was confirmed "with the many"for one week? (Daniel 9:27)

At the start of the 70th week (483 years), Christ started His ministry on earth to fulfill the covenant He made with Abraham: Matt 3:13-15 Then cometh Jesus from Galilee to Jordan unto John, to be ...
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What is the relationship between prophecy and faith according to Romans 12:6?

For some, this is a tricky subject, but we find the idea of "according to your faith" or similar in several places: Matt 9:29 - Then He touched their eyes, saying, "According to your ...
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In 1 Samuel 10:5-6, Music is the ר֣וּחַ יְהֹוָ֔ה Spirit of YHVH?

The value of music comes from the fact that in it's physics; frequencies and harmonics, consonances, dissonances, intervals, chords and rhythmns etc, music encapsulates the deepest cosmic principles ...
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What is ment by Jeremiah 31:2

Ahh!! This is a difficult and tricky phrase which has flummoxed many exegetes. There is no agreement among any group of interpreters about what this means. For example, does Jer 31:22d mean - The ...
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Why does it say the Israelites chose Jeroboam as king of Israel in 2 Kings 17?

God can use anyone, good or evil, to accomplish His will. God had decided to split 10 tribes to follow Jeroboam (1 King 11:31-35), He would stirred up these 10 tribes to chose Jeroboam as king (2 King ...
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Does Revelation 22:18 preclude further manifestations of the gift of prophecy?

This looks to me pretty much like the no-derivative-works clause of the CC BY-ND licence, which is a perfectly standard licence. (The clause in question basically says "If you remix, transform, ...
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Does Revelation 22:18 preclude further manifestations of the gift of prophecy?

It does not follow; I will demonstrate this two ways: 1. Chronology There are two main camps for when the book of Revelation was written: Just before the destruction of the temple (AD 70), as argued ...
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Does Revelation 22:18 preclude further manifestations of the gift of prophecy?

The history of the Christian church is filled with countless pseudepigrapha - forgeries, documents pretending to be written by somebody famous such as the gospel of Peter, the gospel of Barnabas, etc. ...
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1 Corinthians 13:2 - What does Paul mean by having "prophetic powers"?

"Prophetic powers" is a most unfortunate and misleading translation by the ESV. "Powers" implies an innate ability - no such word appears in the Greek. Here is my very literal ...
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In Isaiah 42:1-4 why is the servant also likened to a reed?

In this first of the four servant-songs of Isaiah (all Messianic!), the Servant is NOT likened to a bruised reed, but how the Servant would treat someone else that is likened to a bruised reed. ...
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Is there a contradiction between Hebrews 1:1-3 and Acts 21:8-11?

It appears to me that the OP's question is predicated on the assumption that divine revelation was complete with Jesus and there was nothing more to know about Him. This idea is explicitly refuted by ...
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What is the difference between having the spiritual gift of prophecy and being a prophet?

There are (at least) 4 common ways that the Biblical texts refer to prophets: Prophets were the people who wrote (most of) the Tanakh (e.g. Matt. 7:12, Acts 24:14) Prophets are people who predict the ...
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Is there a contradiction between Hebrews 1:1-3 and Acts 21:8-11?

The argument from Hebrews 1 is self-refuting. Let's consider both the most common presentation of this argument and its primary alternative. Option 1--Jesus' ministry concluded with the ascension On ...
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