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In the document to which you frequently link (and by which you are using this site as a means of advertising what you clearly admit is a novel thesis) you assert that the Greek conjunctive και, kai, has adverbial properties (you call it an 'adjunctive' in certain places, places which you, yourself, can discern) and you then claim that this adverbial property ...


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I like it. Since the Five Megillot (also described in the Encyclopedia Judaica) are "festival scrolls" in Judaism (and have status as "liturgical readings") they have a collective identity in that context which is lost (for the most part) in Christian communities. Interesting, then, that this "collection" was the first of the fascicles of the Biblia Hebraica ...


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Question(s) for Song of Songs: “but” or “and”? How to understand the first conjunction in Song of Songs 1:5?


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Question for Lamentations Traditionally, Lamentations has been attributed to Jeremiah, the reason it follows Jeremiah in the Christian ordering of the Old Testament. However, Jeremiah is no longer generally accepted as an author.1 Others say there is much internal and external evidence to link it to Jeremiah. What evidence is there for and against Jeremiah ...


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One example of doctrinal bias on this site is your question What is the purpose of personification at Ephesians 4:30? in which you assume without justification that Paul was personifying a non-personal spirit of god. This kind of question is not appropriate to ask at this site. If you want to ask how people who share your assumptions/beliefs interpret ...


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I have only seen or participated in a handful of your questions, but I think it may be a mistake to conclude that the issues you're encountering are more to do with doctrinal positions than hermeneutics. You're not the first user to experience trouble writing on-topic questions, and it's great that you've come over to Meta to ask more about it. Personally, ...


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Marketing 101 suggests that in any market there are two leaders - the rest are Followers. The leaders are Yahoo and probably Answers.com. So this site is a 'Follower' and is unlikely to become one of the leaders in the near future. Successful Followers find a niche where they can excel and do not wear themselves out trying to compete for the mass market ...


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Question(s) for Ecclesiastes: How did Ecclesiastes come to be associated with Sukkot? Curious how this question in particular floats here. I'd like to see these as on-topic, but I could also see it being considered a better fit for the Judaism site, since it has to do with their liturgical use.


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