CLAM: Research, Notes, & Comments

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FriendlyDoggo
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Re: CLAM: Research, Notes, & Comments

#51 Post by FriendlyDoggo » 7 months ago

Stranger wrote: 7 months ago Samson is named with many a great prophets, if he be guilty shall these be guilty too (Heb 11:32) ?
Hi Stranger, I wasn't laughing of Samson, but of WT awful attempt to change the history. :)
My english isn't very good, sorry any inconvenience.

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Re: CLAM: Research, Notes, & Comments

#52 Post by Stranger » 7 months ago

FriendlyDoggo wrote: 7 months ago Hi Stranger, I wasn't laughing of Samson, but of WT awful attempt to change the history.

Hi FD,

No, I didn't think you were laughing at Samson. It wouldn't be too far fetched to say however, you would have laughed with him if you ever heard him tell a riddle.


Since you say they've attempted to change history, what has that done for your future? (Jdg 14:14) :)


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Re: CLAM: Research, Notes, & Comments

#53 Post by Bobcat » 7 months ago

Incidentally, Heb 11:32 is the only direct mention of Samson in the NT.

You might find Constable's Expository Notes on Judges chapter 14 (here) illuminating in how it paints Samson.


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Re: CLAM: Research, Notes, & Comments - "New Scrolls"

#54 Post by Bobcat » 6 months ago

The CLAM for the week of 1/31/22 discusses the WT's idea of "new scrolls" from Rev 20:12. For visitors, see the two links at point # 7 in this post for some discussion of these "scrolls."


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