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Why were Japhetic peoples the only ones to be described as gentiles in the table of nations? Genesis 10:5?

Paul, who was NOT an Apostle of Jesus, but a called and very important preacher of the Gospel after Jesus' resurrection and ascension, believing he was the Apostle to the Gentiles (Acts 9:15). He, ...
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Mark 3:19 versification question

Well, that IS curious. Not only the RSV, but the ASV also has the translation of Καὶ ἔρχεται εἰς οἶκον moved into verse 19. I was thinking, "The ASV is older, perhaps it'll give us a clue." ...
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( Ephesians 5:26-27 ) Christian husbands take initiative to "cleansing" wives via "washing of water with the word"

How does one agapao one's wife to "sanctify and cleanse her with the washing of water by the word"? Show her the love of 1Cor.13:4-7. "The family prays together, reads the Bible ...
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How can we reconcile Genesis 1:24-26 & Genesis 2:18-20?

Answer In Genesis first chapter, a global (i.e., worldwide) creation of things are described. In Genesis second chapter, the creation of the Garden of Eden is described. Hence, there is no ...
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How can we reconcile Genesis 1:24-26 & Genesis 2:18-20?

Too bad you know nothing of this subject through deep research of your own, for if you did, then you would know that your claims are false and intellectually dishonest and that you are just repeating ...
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Are there prominent textual criticism books defending the faithful preservation of the gospels in modern Bibles compared to the original manuscripts?

There are indeed books on this subject besides what "Hold To The Rod" said, a few notable books are: 40 Questions About the Text and Canon of the New Testament by Charles L. Quarles (Author),...
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Are there prominent textual criticism books defending the faithful preservation of the gospels in modern Bibles compared to the original manuscripts?

Modern Bibles are the result of a succession of copies of copies of copies of copies, but this does not mean that the text is hopelessly unreliable. Textual criticism is, in fact, the art/science of ...
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