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comment What is the Biblical basis for the concept that Jesus spent time in Hell?
Aah, I understand your objection. The problem with your analysis ("not fact, but merely opinion") is that this opinion is actually doctrinal interpretation. Meaning, it may or may not be my opinion, however it is the "opinion" of a doctrine. There are many people who would read this verse and interpret it to mean to that Jesus went directly to heaven (or paradise). While it seems to be simply opinion, interpretation is much deeper more complicated topic. Ultimately, interpretation is the only means we have of learning "facts" from the bible.
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comment What is the Biblical basis for the concept that Jesus spent time in Hell?
@EcommerceConsultant To which "last statement" are you referring? My actual last statement is "Read this article for much more information." All my other statements don't seem to line up at all with what you are asking.
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comment What do Quakers believe about war and serving in the military?
Not yet, but I will now!
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comment Were the Nephilim in Genesis 6 aliens?
@JonathanChell Maybe the jumped in their UFO for six months. Maybe they could breathe underwater. Since we don't really know what Nephilim were, we can't really say how they survived. All we have to go on is the fact that the Bible said they were there before and after. Maybe it's using the same word for two different people. Or maybe Nephilim didn't exist at all. There are several theories
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comment Is God of Anger or of Love?
Yet, it has a fully fleshed out, accepted answer.
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comment Can we trust the Septuagint?
I agree, it could use a small summary stating that we can't trust the Septuagint due to the overlap between Methuselah surviving the flood.
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comment Can we trust the Septuagint?
Interesting point. But I thought that lineage wasn't always direct lineage. So, X begat Y doesn't mean that X was the father of Y, merely the ancestor. Maybe that would be a good question to post. :)
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