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I often chose best answers not because they are the best, but because I have to choose a best answer. Please, don't take offense to it.


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accepted Why is the matter of women's authority determined by Eve's acts in her life?
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comment Why is the matter of women's authority determined by Eve's acts in her life?
I think you've nailed it. For some reason I've always thought that Paul implies a kind of penalty on women for what Eve has done. Now I see that I was wrong.
Jul
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revised Why is the matter of women's authority determined by Eve's acts in her life?
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asked Why is the matter of women's authority determined by Eve's acts in her life?
Jul
14
comment Why did Paul say “I am pure from the blood of all men”?
"fulfilled his purpose, he therefore was free from the blood of all men" - You might want to develop this point a bit. So far, it is not yet clear in your answer how having fulfilled the purpose of life equals to being free from the blood of all men. Let's say Paul has failed to fulfill his purpose, would that have meant then that he was not free from the blood of all men yet? Another point you might want to take a second look at is that Paul here is only speaking in the context of his ministry in Ephesus. Paul's life's purpose here was not fulfilled yet - check Acts 23:11.
Jul
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awarded  Taxonomist
Jul
10
reviewed Approve What were the main doctrinal disagreements between Luther and Calvin?
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Jun
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awarded  Popular Question
Jun
23
accepted Why were none of the Apostolic fathers' writings included in the last canon accepted in the Ecumenical Councils?
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comment Why were none of the Apostolic fathers' writings included in the last canon accepted in the Ecumenical Councils?
Nice answer. Thank you.
Jun
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accepted Evidence that Ignatius of Antioch was ordained by the Apostles
Jun
15
revised Why were none of the Apostolic fathers' writings included in the last canon accepted in the Ecumenical Councils?
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10
comment Why were none of the Apostolic fathers' writings included in the last canon accepted in the Ecumenical Councils?
@BYE: "Each of those councils either approved or disapproved different writings, and as a result there are differing canons" - Then I am interested in the very latest canon, that is the one that was accepted in the latest of the Ecumenical Councils of that time, the one that finally approved the canon that we have until today.
Jun
10
awarded  Inquisitive