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  • Re: In defense of Lexham Context Commentary - a rant and a reason to buy it

    [quote user="PetahChristian"] [quote user="David Paul"]it sounds like you're suggesting the Spirit of God "isn't holy"???[/quote] It sounds like you're not respecting MJ's desire not to get drawn into a discussion with you. [/quote] 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Thu, Feb 13 2020
  • Re: In defense of Lexham Context Commentary - a rant and a reason to buy it

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]I fear my top two candidates might recognize themselves.[/quote] Careful now—one of them is reading this🤓😳.
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Mon, Feb 10 2020
  • Re: nit-picky because I expect to be able to trust a commentary.

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Puddin’"]Simply put, a person better be ready to tangle when they encounter CofC.[/quote] Or as I remember it, hours long debates between Dad, an elder, and his cousin, a deacon. Everyone left them alone in the living room (back when living rooms were formal). Note that Dad normally referred to Jack as his
    Posted to Lexham Press by Puddin’ on Sat, Feb 8 2020
  • Re: nit-picky because I expect to be able to trust a commentary.

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Denise"]I'm guessing he crossed many enlivened arguments among 'the breathren'[/quote] Well, I could go back a generation to his uncle who founded a number of Church of Christ churches - three in our county alone. By the time I came along the three in our county had their differences over music (2-1 against instruments
    Posted to Lexham Press by Puddin’ on Sat, Feb 8 2020
  • Re: NIC sale

    [quote user="Paul Caneparo"] [quote user="Chrisser"] David I've read through most of it and while I believe I understand it, it's very ambiguous with no statement which I can quote. Something like "Here the three Persons of the Godhead are present" or a the exegete saying this to be a Trinitarian formula. [/quote] I'm not sure what you're looking for
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Fri, Feb 7 2020
  • Re: ?? The Lexham English Septuagint, Second Edition ??

    [quote user="Tom Reynolds"] [quote user="Theo"] [quote user="Tom Reynolds"] So where's the beef?!!? I just received this hilarious email from marketing: " You just received the digital second edition of the Lexham English Septuagint for free. " [/quote] You got the email. Have you gotten the resource as of yet? [/quote] No one has received it which
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Sun, Jan 26 2020
  • Re: ?? The Lexham English Septuagint, Second Edition ??

    So how does this work? My account said I get a free upgrade, so I ordered it (since it cost $0), but nothing in my library yet. I am assuming this is because it hasn’t shipped yet (?).
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Wed, Jan 22 2020
  • Re: Jeff A. Benner?

    [quote user="Brian Tice"] [quote user="George Somsel"]Never trust anyone's knowledge of biblical languages when they must rely on Strong's[/quote] An important rule of Biblical hermeneutics: "If it's from Strong, it's probably wrong." [/quote] While I am late to the fray, I will say that the moment I see someone appeal to Strong’s for their original
    Posted to Suggestions by Puddin’ on Tue, Jan 21 2020
  • Re: Roman seal on Christ's tomb

    [quote user="Jack Caviness"] [quote user="David Ames"] IMHO I don’t think that he resurrected Himself. My thoughts are that the Father [in one of His few direct actions in history] accepted the Son’s sacrifice by raising Him. As I said just IMHO. But we have zero evidence from Scripture. [/quote] John 10:17-18 [/quote] https://biblehub.com
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Tue, Jan 21 2020
  • Re: Hebrew and Akkadian words

    Thank you Denise & Ben. I will look further into Akkadian. I subscribed to the annual Master Lectures from Zondervan & they have classes in Ugaritic, Syriac, Aramaic, Greek & Hebrew. Already had 1 year of Greek (now slowly taking Wallace’s Greek II) & 1 year of Hebrew. For me, Hebrew was wayyy harder than Greek (cue the vowel pointings
    Posted to Suggestions by Puddin’ on Tue, Jan 14 2020
  • Re: Hebrew and Akkadian words

    How about for free? https://b-ok2.org/s/Hayim%20Tawil%20/?e=1 I downloaded this tonight inasmuch as I’m currently amassing as much ancient Semitic lexical sources as possible. But (pardon my ignorance here), what precisely is this source used for? I am assuming etymological studies?
    Posted to Suggestions by Puddin’ on Tue, Jan 14 2020
  • Re: Connect code for 3 free books not working

    Was not working for me last night until I chose other books than what I wanted. All of the books I had to select were under $10 normally (but, again, I really did not even want the books I selected). Not sure if there’s a particular $$ amount it won’t take or what.
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Wed, Jan 1 2020
  • Re: The History of the Pro/Against Wine/Drinking

    I would highly suggest this work: https://www.amazon.com/Cup-Blessing-David-Coleman-ebook/dp/B00WFTKQZS Very detailed and deals extensively w. arguments on either side. I do intend to get the book suggested by Rosie above. Looks very good.
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Sat, Dec 14 2019
  • Re: The Trinity

    I will just point out that when (poorly written) links are posted labeling Oneness believers as a supposed “cult” that needs to be “evangelized” w. the “Trinity” (🙄)—and that is tolerated—the fur will fly quickly. We could sooo quickly and easily return the favor using identical phraseology if we wanted
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Fri, Dec 6 2019
  • Re: The Trinity

    [quote user="Into Grace"] I'm amazed by how some people take a different view as a violation of guidelines. Tolerance should go both ways. It's okay to respectfully disagree with someone's views. The doctrine of the Trinity is a controversial subject. People have disagreed and even been put to death over this topic. The Orthodox definition of the Trinity
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Fri, Dec 6 2019
  • Re: The Trinity

    [quote user="PetahChristian"] [quote user="Puddin’"]our worship is only as good as the extent that we embrace the biblical presentation of the object of said worship[/quote] Does that exclude anyone who is unable to " embrace the biblical presentation of the object of said worship " from pleasing God? Does a person with no education not worship
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Fri, Dec 6 2019
  • Re: The Trinity

    [quote user="Denise"] [quote user="Puddin’"]I see Tertullian as describing the same group he is writing against as constituting the majority of believers during his day, but I will certainly take a look at your viewpoint. [/quote] I'm not uncomfortable with the forum guidelines, since Mother Logos threw the juicy bone out, and coated it with yummy
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Thu, Dec 5 2019
  • Re: The Trinity

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Puddin’"] I’m not so sure that there was any codified creeds at the time of Tertullian’s quote[/quote] While I would say There are creeds in the New Testament most notably 1 Cor 15:3-7 ... but I would not push this point The Rule of Faith to which Tertullian refers is a creed (early 2nd century
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Thu, Dec 5 2019
  • Re: The Trinity

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Puddin’"] and then disregard or explain away the fact that they constituted the majority of believers (I have an entire word document rife w. direct quotes from early writers that speak to this end). Just pointing out the inconsistent approach— [/quote] Ah ... I see we put things in a very different
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Thu, Dec 5 2019
  • Re: The Trinity

    [quote user="PetahChristian"] [quote user="Puddin’"]Tertullian (whom, BTW, was an ontological subordinationist—and, comically, would be labeled a “heretic” by contemporary Trinitarians🤫)[/quote] I don't believe all Trinitarians would think that. Regardless of what group we're talking about, it seems to me that there exists a
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Thu, Dec 5 2019
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