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1:13 AM
@JackDouglas Yes-if the OP agrees with it. It is a significant departure from his original question, and I'm not sure what his real question is. "Times of the Gentiles" vs "Fullness of the Gentiles" is a fair question, and one that is answerable-but I'm not sure what hermeneutic he wants to support.
 
 
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5:46 AM
@user2479 There is a user who asks questions about the Trinity. For now, I do not know if he is for or against. What do you think??
 
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Q: Five Scroll Challenge

SoldarnalIt's been a while since we last took up a challenge. Given the not-too-long-ago release of the asking day badges, it seems like a good a time as any to propose one. So here goes. For the month of August here, let's try to ask some good questions about the five scrolls: song-of-songs, ruth, lame...

 
 
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1:17 PM
@Librarian Trivia: Song of Songs. The only book of the Bible that has never had a unit study in the Assemblies of God adult curriculum.
 
2:10 PM
@Susan I wanted to share some thoughts that sure wouldn’t answer your question of http://hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/q/12865/2873
I certainly don’t know the languages, and I may have some facts incorrect, but what bothers me, beyond brothers vs. cousins and John being called a “son” is not knowing where Jesus’ siblings were for the crucifixion or afterward. I’ve read that Jesus and his siblings didn’t necessarily get along too well and thought that must have been the case with Mary and her other children too. When Jesus talks from the cross he doesn’t say that John is to be “one of” h
 

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