Monthly Archives: August 2012

53. Language development.

53. Language development. Language is always developing. Words loose their unique meaning or could even take up a complete new meaning to those using them. Our forefathers used the word “brimstone” for a substance we now call “sulfur”. Should we … Continue reading

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52. An Intrinsic Peculiarity

52. An Intrinsic Peculiarity Third thoughts about Matthew 28:19 This week we have a guest post by Dan Phillips. Even if you are not interested in the Greek, do read through this post to understand Dan’s reasoning. When Mark or … Continue reading

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51. Comma Johanneum 1John5:7-8

51. Comma Johanneum 1John 5:7-8 Does God need us to define Him more clearly than He deemed necessary Himself? This is probably the most famous difference between the older Versions of the Bible like the KJV and modern Versions like … Continue reading

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50 Women in office. 1Cor.14:34-35.

50 Women in office. 1Cor.14:34-35. Is 1Cor.14:34-35 authentic, or a later inclusion? (Possibly a gloss?) 1Cor.14:34-35, Message: “Wives must not disrupt worship, talking when they should be listening, asking questions that could more appropriately be asked of their husbands at … Continue reading

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49. Sprinkling of Hearts, Heb.10:22

49 The sprinkling of hearts. Heb.10:22 Many years ago the gardener of my son-in-law came to him with a proud announcement. “I discovered the essence of electrical appliances.” “Yes?” “I discovered what makes it work; sort of the ‘lifeblood’ of … Continue reading

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48. An Unlikely Witness. Acts 24:6-8

48 An unlikely witness. Acts 24:6-8 Were these words concerning the possibility of Lysias being a witness in this case against Paul, the original words Luke had written down, or is this clause a later addition? KJV: Acts 24:6-8: “ … Continue reading

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47. The Virgin Birth

47. The Virgin Birth 47 The Virgin Birth In all history, how many virgins-births occurred? Mat.1:23: (MKJV) “Behold, the virgin shall conceive in her womb, and will bear a son. And they will call His name Emmanuel,” which being interpreted is, God with … Continue reading

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