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comment How does dispensationalism reconcile Romans 11?
@curiousdannii interesting, I had not thought of it that way, the question assumes dispensationalists believe the temple will be rebuilt, however I was unsure about the nature of sacrifices going on there. If there is diversity of thought here among dispensationalists, perhaps 3 questions are in order? 1) Will the temple be rebuilt 2) What is the nature of the sacrifices going on there 3) What is going on with Romans 11 in light of that.
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comment Context for Paul and Solomon's usage of “heap burning coals on his head.”
Similar questions at Biblical Hermeneutics: hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/questions/8406/…
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comment Are Lucifer and Satan different beings?
@thefreemason your comment doesn't make any sense? You are saying had I used the dictionary, or a bible in my language, I would have just realized that Lucifer isn't the devil or satan? From wikipedia: "Later Christian tradition came to use the Latin word for "morning star", lucifer, as a proper name ("Lucifer") for Satan as he was before his fall"... so a quick google has already produced confusion on this topic. Seems like a valid question.
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comment Who said “he would be called a Nazarene”?
I'm confused along with any reader who is a non Hebrew\Greek scholar
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