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Answer for question 1: Suffrage Suffragio also means intercession.So Suffragio can mean suffrage , vote, intercession or a combination. With this understanding of suffrage, vote and intercession. Lets take your posting and compare within a context that Calvin may be referring to. "Thus, while the church receives and gives its seal of approval to the ...


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The answer depends on what is meant by "the same God", specifically whether it refers to What God is or to Who God is. Let us assume that the world is populated by humans and centaurs, and that we have the works of Aristotle but do not know whether he was human or centaur. In this case, we know who Aristotle was, i.e. what he thought, but do not know what ...


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The King James editors were translating the Greek literally. The Greek phrase in question in Romans 3:22 is: διὰ πίστεως Ἰησοῦ Χριστοῦ where the words "Jesus Christ" (Ἰησοῦ Χριστοῦ) are in the genitive, or "possessive" case. This is a Greek idiom. Whereas we use the preposition "in" to signify faith in something, Greek sometimes simply signifies ...


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I will provide an answer which has a component of NT textual criticism, because it is based on a biblical verse whose text is contested: "No one has ascended into heaven except He who descended from heaven, the Son of Man who is in heaven." (Jn 3:13) The ending who is in heaven is omitted in some old manuscripts of Alexandrian text-type (P66, P75, ...



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