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12:59 AM
@MonicaCellio He's active on Homebrew....
(I like to let people jump to their own conclusions. ;-)
In other news, I finally earned a Tumbleweed badge on a site. I figured I was doomed to never get one. ;-)
 
 
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2:31 AM
@swasheck Welcome back!
 
2:55 AM
Is anyone else getting a "Domain not configured" error from Wikimedia when they try to go to chat.stackexchange.com?
(asking this on a predominantly IT site should be interesting... lol)
 
 
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4:16 AM
@Jas3.1 I don't see that. Strange.
 
4:34 AM
I'm still waiting for someone to ask me, "Are you sure your computer is plugged in?"
 
5:17 AM
...Model 101 trying to imitate a smile in Terminator 2
 
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Q: What do you love about this site?

Jas 3.1I thought it would be helpful to have a meta question where we could keep track of what is really great about Hermeneutics.SE. So: What do you love about this site? Go ahead and list each item as a separate answer. Vote up if you "strongly agree," down if you "strongly disagree" and leave it alo...

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Q: What do you hate about this site?

Jas 3.1As a follow up of What do you love about this site?, I thought it would be helpful to have a meta question where we could keep track of what we would desperately like to see improved on Hermeneutics.SE. So: What do you "hate" about this site? Go ahead and list each item as a separate answer. Vot...

 
 
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4:20 PM
Why are Adam and Eve ashamed of their nakedness, when they eat the forbidden fruit? (Genesis 3:7)
If snakes were a symbol in the ancient world of wisdom, fertility, and immortality, then how come the snake in the garden of Eden convinces Eve to eat the forbidden fruit in the garden (Genesis 3), thereby disobeying God's word? Which is more important here - God or the snake?
Since wearing clothing in primeval nonbiblical narratives indicates a mark of civilization, what do you think the exit of the garden of Eden is supposed to mean? Do you think it carries the same meaning as other narratives of similar theme, or do you think it carries a different meaning?
 
 
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Dan
6:51 PM
Please let me know if my last phrase in this answer comes off snarky or condescending:
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A: Sentence structure of Romans 12:6

DanIt is common for verbs to be implied in the Greek but not actually appear in the text. Often the context will make little sense without it or will make it clear which verb is to be used, as is the case here. This is standard in many languages even today (especially with the verb "to be"), but not...

I was trying to be nice, but this is fairly standard Greek usage. Nothing too special here. Verbs are implied all the time.
 

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