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Apr
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comment How does the Bible translator know if it is a poem?
I suggest the administrators give a "move-to-another-SE" comment/operation, instead of giving down-vote. Down-vote means totally a different thing to a question raiser.
Apr
2
comment How does the Bible translator know if it is a poem?
I am so surprised to see Bible and Christianity are treated separately!
Apr
2
comment How does the Bible translator know if it is a poem?
Hmm.. Okay and thank you. But honestly, I get annoyed because I find it is becoming increasingly hard to ask the correct question on this SE, I always got downvoted because someone thinks my question is not fit in this SE. The whole things becomes too academic here without enough friendliness to laymen (like me). I have no interest at all in those classifications, such as which belong to Christianity, which belong to Hermenertics! I hope this SE can have tolerance on the "laymen" questions. So let everybody know God better. Otherwise, what's this SE for?
Apr
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revised How does the Bible translator know if it is a poem?
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asked How does the Bible translator know if it is a poem?
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awarded  Peer Pressure
Oct
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revised Is there consensus on the age of human civilization?
Clarification of my meaning of civilization
Oct
28
comment Is there consensus on the age of human civilization?
Okay, I was trying to ask about the exact date of first man "Adam".
Oct
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asked Is there consensus on the age of human civilization?
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Caucus
Mar
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accepted What's the principle in the eyes of God behind Leviticus leprosy and unclean law?
Mar
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comment What's the principle in the eyes of God behind Leviticus leprosy and unclean law?
Thank you, Patrick!
Mar
7
comment What's the principle in the eyes of God behind Leviticus leprosy and unclean law?
The way to bound my guess or anyone's guess must be biblical. So that even though my unknowns could still be unknowns, but I would by then have "peace" in some way.
Mar
7
comment What's the principle in the eyes of God behind Leviticus leprosy and unclean law?
@Patrick87 How much further can we go on in this way???? For example, if we really agree that God sometimes is not using scientific-accurate way to give His revelation to His saints. Then can I now use my guess and say that even in Genesis 1 and 2, the creation of the world might not be scientific accurate and yet still God is deliberately using scientific-inaccurate way to convey his message. So my concern is that the spreading of "guess" seems to be disturbing. Guess must be bounded in someway.
Mar
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comment What's the principle in the eyes of God behind Leviticus leprosy and unclean law?
I mean if "leprous disease has covered all his body, he shall pronounce him clean of the disease; it has all turned white, and he is clean." is believed to be clean, then the people could be very possibly mislead to think that person is well now. But actually, this might be quite dangerous.
Mar
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comment What's the principle in the eyes of God behind Leviticus leprosy and unclean law?
Thank you for your nice explanations. But it still troubles me. Because if what you said is "fully" true, in reality there might be in your life or in my life or in any community's life thousands of thousands ways to be chosen to be used as "symbolic and making an awareness of sin", why God chose a seemingly "unscientific rule to our modern eyes" as a symbolic for sin? Could not our God be fully able to choose a scientific way even in Moses time? This for me is different what you said about yeast example in passover, because removing yeast doesn't do any harm. But leprous can DO harm.
Mar
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asked What's the principle in the eyes of God behind Leviticus leprosy and unclean law?
Mar
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comment Why was Dan removed from the list of 12 Israel tribes in Rev 7?
Nice answer! "... original election according to the flesh really did not matter anymore"
Jan
14
comment Why did they have such a good memory?
This is very amazing indeed!