I suppose that's for the mathematically challenged :)
Do You believe that Christ had 12 Apostles according to the number of the Tribes in Circumcision, and 70 other, mentioned by Luke in his Gospel, according to the number Nations in uncircumcision?
Hmm, never thought about it that way. The NT never makes that connection, so it would seem that one is free to see a slight connection, sure.
Sorry ... I only meant to ask You this: do You believe that those 70 were 'Apostles' ... or something else ?
Mmmm, I don't think the NT ever refers to those 70/72 guys as apostles, does it? Barnabas and others were, for ex, apostles of the CHURCH, but not of the LAMB.
Yes, ... that's what this guy is saying also ... just wanted to check out if he's the only Protestant to do so, that's all. Thanks for Your synergy, errr ... cooperation. :p
As a Frenchophobe, I have no idea what that picture said. But 'x' is 5 because that is the famous 3,4,5 triangle.
Can you explain this for those of us who don't speak French?
Yeah, it says "find X" over the hypotenuse. The smart aleck draws a line and circle around X and says "Here it is." In French, to me, it's even funnier than in English. No, I can't explain why. ;-)
Yeah, it says "find X" over the hypotenuse. The smart aleck draws a line and circle around X and says "Here it is." Merci! (?) :)
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