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comment Is the “Dome of the Rock” the “Abomination of Desolation” spoken of by the prophet Daniel?
Some would also say the Greek word for generation in Mark 13:30 is interpreted as race or family, speaking of Jews. There certainly have been a few "foreshadowers" of the antichrist and its "abomination", including Nebuchadnezzar and his image, Antiochus IV Epiphanes, King Herod and the golden Roman Eagle he built at the entrance to the temple (Dan 11:31); all before Jesus spoke those words. Jesus said, as you quoted, "then let those who are in Judea flee to the mountains". The Jews were in Babylon at the time the Dome was built.
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comment What did Jesus mean by saying “only a few find the narrow gate”?
Thanks. I made an edit. But as to repentance, Jesus says in Luke 13:3 But unless you repent, you too will all perish. and repeats it in verse 5. Jonathon Byrd has a good answer on that here too Is repentance required for salvation?
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comment Is the “Dome of the Rock” the “Abomination of Desolation” spoken of by the prophet Daniel?
Right. I'm saying because of the Greek word that is used in Matthew, Jesus probably meant "shamem" to be translated as such; to make desolate. lexiconcordance.com/hebrew/8074.html
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comment Is the “Dome of the Rock” the “Abomination of Desolation” spoken of by the prophet Daniel?
I don't study Hebrew or Greek much, but it looks like the Greek word used for Jesus' dialogue in Matthew is ἐρημώσεως - biblesuite.com/greek/2050.htm
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comment Sinned when born?
@AndrewLeach Yes, and the OP seems to be under the impression of the prior.
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comment Sinned when born?
I agree those aren't duplicates and the question is specific enough. He's asking "Why are we born as sinners?". I would just like to see where Quillion got this information, and from what doctrine, and from what doctrinal (if anything specific) answers he is looking for. Maybe he can post some references.