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  • Nce shld – th trnd “Jdg nt, tht y b nt jdgd” nt “Jdg, fr y cnnt b jdgd bck.”

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  • Jdg 5: 20-21 From heaven the stars fought, from their courses they fought against Sisera.

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  • Cp.Jdg. Is. 37: 10 ou me paradothe Hierousalem en cheiri basileos, while the parallel passage in 4 K. [2 Kings] 19: 10 has eis cheiras basileos.

    A Grammar of Septuagint Greek

  • The same seems to be the case with xuresomai and exuresato in Jdg. So in N.T. --

    A Grammar of Septuagint Greek

  • In the next two all 'e hoti might just as well have been hoti all' e (= Lat. sed.), as in Jdg. 15: 3 (S: 109).

    A Grammar of Septuagint Greek

  • It occurs in Jdg. 11: 9, where an indicative and subjunctive are both made dependent on ei - ei epistrephete me humeis parataxasthai en huiois Ammon kai parado Kurios autous enopion emou.

    A Grammar of Septuagint Greek

  • Countering this is the response that states that both violent interrogation as well as the use of yâda ‛ to denote gaining information by such means is absent in the Bible (though some assert that this is what "knew her, and abused her all the night" means in Jdg. 19: 25, which is examined below).

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  • In addition, the homosexual intent of the Sodomites in Gn. 19 (cf.Jdg. 19) and Jude 1: 7 are usually contended against.

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  • Even prohomosex author Robin Scroggs also concurs that in Jdg. 19 "the verb [yada] almost surely refers to a sexual desire for homosexual rape", and that the traditional interpretation of Gn. 19 is correct.

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  • Even pro-homosex author Robin Scroggs also concurs that in Jdg. 19 "the verb [yada] almost surely refers to a sexual desire for homosexual rape", and that the traditional interpretation of Gn. 19 is correct.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

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