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Why did Jesus ask his disciples to collect the fragments of bread in baskets?
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One apparent reason for their gathering of the food which remained(besides what Jesus said in John 6:12 - 'that nothing be lost') might be according to a related speech he gave to his disciples later ...

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How do Protestants view the prophecy and birth of Jesus
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I don't see how one can sincerely call Mahershalalhashbaz the referenced Immanuel, since that prophecy was directed to the house of David, specifically that they would call him that. When otherwise ...

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Jeremiah 23:6 - “The LORD Our Righteousness” or “The LORD shall call him “Our Righteousness””?
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The basic conundrum with translating "וְזֶה־שְּׁמֹו אֲֽשֶׁר־יִקְרְאֹו יְהוָה צִדְקֵֽנוּ׃" as "and this his name which the LORD shall call him, 'OUR RIGHTEOUSNESS'", is that, in translating its ...

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Matthew/Luke Generations missing between Rahab and David
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It is possible to comprehend without presuming any hidden generations by averaging them out to 150 years old each, for example, and assuming that Rahab was very old when she begat Boaz(e.g. Rahab(70) +...

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Why did God spare Abraham's child but not Jephthah's?
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I would say that Jephthah, in vowing, was probably directly referring to some sort of animal that should have exited his house upon his return, given his use of the phrase 'burnt offering', but not ...

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Has Numbers 19:11-12 been considered when discussing why Jesus rose on the third day?
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I generally associate his instruction to Mary Magdalene as the fulfillment of that written indirectly concerning him, 'Touch not mine anointed, do my prophets no harm'(1 Chr. 16:22, also in the Psalms)...

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