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|201||inthe bible a women ate her child?||2 Kin 6:firstname.lastname@example.org||242194|
|where in the bible did a women eaten her child with others?|
|202||in the bible a women had eaten her child||Bible email@example.com||242196|
|where in the bible did a women eaten her child wiht others?|
|203||What does "sided with His party" mean?||Luke 5:11||Norma J||242189|
|What does "sided with His party" mean?|
|204||how was the Tabernacle built without any||1 Kin 6:firstname.lastname@example.org||242187|
|how did they build the Tabernacle without any noise?|
|205||What does Galatians 5 Verse 2 Mean?||Gal 5:2||LFish||242185|
|What does Galatians 5 Verse 2 Mean?|
|206||SEARCHING OR THE TRUTH||NT general||FytRobert||242181|
|Jesus died for our sin,does this man that parents can bear the sin of their children?|
|207||How David punishment brought about?||2 Sam 12:1||Cymp||242178|
|How David punishment brought about?
|208||What is meant by two becoming one flesh?||Mark 10:8||2015Penske||242175|
|What is meant by two becoming one flesh?|
|209||where do cave men fit in the Bible?||Josh 10:email@example.com||242172|
|where do cave men fit in the Bible?
|210||Any other brothers mentioned||NT general||Sascoma||242169|
|In which books would I find the rest of their names|
|211||do you have to name each sin?||1 John 1:9||riverof life||242167|
|have to confess each and every sin to be forgiven?
|212||why does foul language me sick?||Ps 139:21||casamaia||242164|
|I used to be able to ignore and/or tolerate foul language but suddenly I can't. It gives me a headache and makes me sick. I don't understand why this drastic change happened?|
|213||stoicheo in Phil. 3:16||Phil 3:16||Pieder Beeli||242154|
|Isn't the NASB's translation of stoicheo by live in Phil. 3:16 contradictory to the NASB's translation of stoicheo and zao in Gal. 5:25? I.e., in Gal. 5:25, the point is that
1. stoicheo and zao are NOT the same
2. zao is translated by "live"
From these two points, it follows that whatever stoicheo get translated to, it cannot be the word "live."
Of course this holds true in the NASB's translation of Gal. 5:25. (Where it not, the contradiction would be obvious. Were the NASB, or NIV, KJV, HCSB... to translate stoicheo by live in Gal. 5:25, the problem would be obvious.)
But in the translation of stoicheo by live in Phil. 3:16, which can be many pages away from Gal. 5:25, the NASB violates the above two points made by Gal. 5:25.
This is very important because the New Testament Epistles takes special care of this word zao
1. In 1 Jn. 5:12 we are told that non-Christian do not have the life [zao]
2. In Col. 2:20 we told that Christians do not live [zao] in this world.
Not only then does the NASB's stoicheo by live in Phil. 3:16 appear to violate the sense of stoicheo in Gal. 5:25, but this translation also appears to introduce unnecessary tension with the teaching of 1 Jn. 5 and Col. 2 noted above.
Moreover, even the educated Christian community's parlance seems to readily contradict the teaching of 1 Jn. 5 and Col. 2 noted above.
Changing stoicheo by walk in Phil. 3:16 could be helpful in helping the Christian community recapture the spiritual or faith sense of zao. Instead, it is my observation that even the educated Christian community commonly or nearly exclusively employs a sense of zao that better comports with sight, rather than faith (cf. 2 Cor. 5:7 "we walk by faith, not by sight").
Grammatically, one sees that in Gal. 5:25 zao is in the indicative mood, while stoicheo is in the subjunctive. The parallels in the indicative moods for zao in Gal. 5:25 and phthano in Phil. 3:16 suggest that in both instances Paul is describing and encouraging the transition from the believer's immutable and most sure blessing from God into his behavior. In other words, because the believer has been blessed by God (denoted by the indicative mood), the believer should appropriately respond with good behavior and a good mindset.
It should be noted that phthano in Phil. 3:16 is in the active voice, and I don't really know the significance of this here. Does the absense of an explicit third person plural pronoun associated with phthano in Phil. 3:16 allow the active voice to be grammatically consistent with God's immutable blessing upon the believer? I don't know.
In summary, I believe NASB would be improved by translating stoicheo by walk in Phil. 3:16.
|214||Please explain Proverbs 3:5-6||Prov 3:5||Gottmituns||242152|
|Please explain Proverbs 3:5-6|
|215||men and women||Bible general||Haydee Jaramillo||242149|
|are women men know,and men are women now?|
|216||Brother name of Jesus, how many||NT general||jetta2015||242144|
|How many brothers did Jesus have and what
were their names? The question came up in
Bible Class Wednesday Night.
|217||What does the superscript "R" mean?||Bible general||lalangunter||242146|
|What does the superscript "R" mean?|
|218||PRYING TO THE HOLY SPIRIT ?||Bible general||justme||242137|
|Is there anywhere in Scripture that gives us the impression we should pray to the Holy Spirit?|
|219||Where Can I||Bible general||josevizcain||242132|
|What did I do wrong? Please help me to understand.
Im sorry I will pay more attention to details.
|220||proverbs 3 questions||Bible general||josevizcain||242130|
|I have homework for bible school and cant find the answers.
Here are the questions on the book of proverbs.
5. Describe the difference between Proverbs and the Law ( The first 5 books of the bible )
Basically, proverbs are short wise sayings to help you live better, laws are requirements of God, and promises are statements of what God will do for people.
6. What type of literary forms can we find?
7. In what other book can we find what we are reading?
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