Narnian
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In Genesis 1:4 what does it mean when God "separated" light from darkness?
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It's helpful to note that in Genesis 1, God not only separates light from darkness on the first day, but also waters from waters on the second day, and day from night on the fourth day. And God ...

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Internal Evidence of Authorship of the Fourth Gospel
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Several years ago, I was reading through the Fourth Gospel about every week. During this time, one of the things I noticed was the way in which the author refers to Peter. Matthew, Mark and Luke ...

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Why is part of Luke 9:55-56 omitted in some Bible translations?
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To assume that it is omitted from the ESV is an invalid assumption. Another possibility is that it was added to the KJV. There are two different manuscript families represented by the KJV and ESV, ...

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Which 'modern' English translation of the Bible is considered the 'closest' or most accurate translation?
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There are a few translations that are probably considered more literal than the NASB. These all have "literal" in the title. They tend to be less readable, but certainly more literal. Included are ...

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Jesus is both the good shepherd and the gate - Is it the same parable or two different?
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Jesus spoke to people in a context, and that context is very important to understanding what He meant by that. If you do a search for "ancient sheep pin" or something like that, you will find results ...

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