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Five Scroll Challenge

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 ...
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Doctrinal Bias on Biblical Hermeneutics

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, ...
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Five Scroll Challenge

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 ...
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Doctrinal Bias on Biblical Hermeneutics

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-...
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Doctrinal Bias on Biblical Hermeneutics

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 ...
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Five Scroll Challenge

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 ...
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