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Thanks for content rearrangement of the Christmas.
However, do you feel posting the para (The celebratory customs associated in...) just before etymology is the most appropriate thing?
- Would you prefer somewhere else? I feel that it should remain in the wp:Lead section, as the Lead is supposed to be a brief summary of the article. Editor2020, Talk 05:32, 13 February 2016 (UTC)
Dis you notice...
Oh, self-revert time.Editor2020, Talk 03:37, 23 February 2016 (UTC)
Tetragrammaton in the New Testament
Hello my esteemed Editor2020, thank for your good work in wikipedia. In the article Tetragrammaton in the New Testament you edited the 12 March 2016 valuable information was lost. It's too easy delete text rather investigating and repairing. The lack of information erased by You detracts basis for the theory of the existence of the Tetragrammaton in the New Testament, so let me expose why that should be restored. Firstly I agree in edit 1, so a get a new source. Your second edit here there is not any reword. Continuing with your third edition here this is not a off topic information due it expose treatment to the Divine Name when the gospels were written and before. Following this edition this is not a original research, a added the sources. Here is not a off topic information, according scholars like G. Gertoux the christian and jews give different treatment to the Tetragrammaton, the use of Κύριος throughout to represent the tetragrammaton has been called "a distinguishing mark for any Christian LXX manuscript" although it lack source, of course exist, so so I will add three. This text enriches about tetragrammaton. This information is not a off topic, it could be used to support the theory of existence of Tetragrammaton in gospel of Mattew and the Epistole. Thank for this, this and this correcction. Here not a off topic. Probably that gospel are not a translation, rather a version of the hebrew gospel, so this is not a exacly a translation.
- Please feel free to restore any relevant, non-Original Research information for which you have reliable sources. Editor2020, Talk 00:13, 27 March 2016 (UTC)
Category:Criticism of the Bible has been nominated for discussion
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Jews for Jesus
You reverted my suggested revision to the lead sentence. I hope you read my remark on the talk page, as follows: "I changed the lead sentence. I have tried countless times on the Talk Page to get feedback from editors on this suggested change, and nobody is responding, so I've gone ahead with this change." I had the following dialogue on the Jews for Jesus Talk Page. Please read through this. As I say, I have gone through all the steps that Wikpedia asks for when someone like me has a COFI, but no editors have responded until you reverted. I think my rationale is sound and would like my revision reinstated. Here is my previous conversation:
I would like to suggest an edit to the lead sentence for this article. Regarding the use of the term "convert," I am not alone in my reluctance to use this term. Messianicmatt (talk) 21:55, 14 April 2016 (UTC)The following website gives this advice about talking with Jewish people about Jesus: "'Convert' implies leaving behind one’s Jewishness. It is better to speak about 'becoming a believer (or follower) of Jesus.' But it is appropriate to explain that biblical conversion was spoken of by the prophets as meaning “turning back to God” rather than “changing one’s religion” (see Isa. 44:22; Jer. 4:1; 24:7; Joel 2:12). Here's a similar thought from another website: "Many Jews don’t like to be called converts since they already believed in God, and in their religious observances, they were already responding to that part of the Word of God in the Tanakh, or what we call the Old Testament. When we recognize the Messiah and enter His Church, we fulfill or complete our Old Testament Faith. But we do not lose our ethnicity, who we are."
Here's my suggested lead sentence: "Jews for Jesus is a non-profit organization founded in 1973 which seeks to share its belief that Jesus is the promised Messiah of the Jewish people."Messianicmatt (talk) 18:42, 22 February 2016 (UTC)
The article is directed at ordinary users of English. I appreciate that you dislike the word "convert", it is bad for your image, and you avoid it in your own material. However it is the ordinary English word for what the organisation seeks to do. Your PR needs are irrelevant here. Maproom (talk) 23:36, 22 February 2016 (UTC) Maproom I understand that the readers are ordinary users of English. However, this is not about our "image," nor is it about our "PR needs," as you put it, which I find offensive. We don't "convert" anyone. We share the message, our belief that Jesus is the Messiah. Then it's between the person and God as to what they do with it. And it is not just Jews for Jesus who avoids the word "convert." As you can see from the other websites I cited, there is a common understanding among many Christians that "convert" implies that a Jewish person stops being Jewish. So among the "ordinary users of English" in Christian circles (which encompasses a large portion of the general population), the word "convert" is not used when referring to Jewish believers in Jesus. I would appreciate getting feedback from other editors on this point. Messianicmatt (talk) 19:05, 26 February 2016 (UTC)
dmsedra I'm new to Wikipedia, so apologies if I'm doing this wrong. However, I agree with Maproom in that the word "convert" seems appropriate. While Judaism is the precursor to and has many close ties to Christianity, they are distinct religions today. They may be closer than say Buddhism and Judaism, but are not different sects of the same religion like Salafi and Wahabi Islam. Thus, I think that in standard usage today, "convert" would be appropriate. Dmsedra (talk) 01:33, 10 March 2016 (UTC)
Jump up ^ http://www.equip.org/article/how-to-share-the-gospel-with-your-jewish-friends/ Jump up ^ http://www.hebrewcatholic.net/are-jewish-converts-still-jewish/ Jump up ^ http://www.equip.org/article/how-to-share-the-gospel-with-your-jewish-friends/ Jump up ^ http://www.hebrewcatholic.net/are-jewish-converts-still-jewish/
Dear sir / madam,
On 12 December 2015, you reverted an edit I made three days before. Could you explain to me why? I explained why I made the edit on the talk page. Basically, an incredibly strong statement was completely unsourced, which I think is irresponsible and against Wikipedia's rules.
P.S. I refrained from editing again as I do not want to cause a so-called "edit war". I want this to be solved in a civil manner. But I do think the article as it stands now is unreliable, and moreover irresponsible. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 21:47, 20 April 2016 (UTC)
- Please make any well-referenced, grammatically-correct, well explained changes you would like to. Editor2020, Talk 23:36, 20 April 2016 (UTC)
- You are correct, all of the provided refs are about brother-sister marriage. I have reverted. Editor2020, Talk 23:50, 20 April 2016 (UTC)
not a reference
Thanks for having my back...
... on Gap Creationism. I'm a bit disappointed that your revert was necessary, but thank you for making it.
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Are you watching
I'm one of the watchmen of the true GOD, YAHWEH and you don't have all the truths that I know since I been watching Man and angel alike since the beginning, how can you have part truth n some lies when spoke upon of the Holy Michael, unless you a watcher for Lucifer, by the end of days is here n you all will find out the full truth Mikael9779 (talk) 14:30, 9 June 2016 (UTC)
Old testament is Christian text
To be a christian means to follow Christ. Christ was a Jew and the histories and stories of the old testament are all relevant in the Christian religion.
If I used the Koran or the Torah, I would understand your view. Old Testament are often taught in Christian Churches. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Mysticalresearch (talk • contribs) 19:46, 18 May 2016 (UTC)
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"Born again" edit
Just a quick note to say that I feel you were a bit quick on the draw to remove the paragraph I retained/reinserted in "Born Again" after a roll-back. I merely retained the possibly acceptable part of a recent edit by Dscotus44 and added citation needed templates. Perhaps the original editor should should be allowed a day or two of grace to supply what was missing? Anyway thanks for your editing in general, it is an impressive and constructive contribution to Wikipedia. — Jpacobb (talk) 20:00, 12 June 2016 (UTC)
Hi Editor2020: Please withdraw your recent nomination as you have "jumped the gun" and have missed the bigger picture going on here, see my entry: IGNORE THIS NOMINATION, See: Wikipedia:Categories for discussion/Log/2016 June 21#Category:11th-century BC Hebrew people: SEE Proposal renaming Category:11th-century BC Hebrew people to Category:11th-century BCE Hebrew people :Nominator's rationale: I started this one, but the entire series from "10th-century..." and onwards, see examples: :Category:10th-century BC Judaism etc, etc, etc, need to be changed from "BC" to BCE" since this is about Judaism that does not believe in Jesus hence the choice of "BC" needs to read as "BCE" as per the article Common Era. Thanks IZAK (talk) 16:45, 5 July 2016 (UTC)
- Withdrew my nomination until the Category reorg is straightened out. Editor2020 (talk) 20:20, 6 July 2016 (UTC)
- Not all conspiracy theories involve Zionism or the Jews. Editor2020 (talk) 23:20, 26 July 2016 (UTC)
Hallucinogenic Fish WP Tag
Hi :) I saw you removed the WP Altered States of Consciousness Banner from the Hallucinogenic Fish article: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Talk:Hallucinogenic_fish&oldid=prev&diff=733065782. Our scope includes methods of inducing altered states of consciousness and the article contains descriptions of strong visual hallucinations when the fish is eaten, therefore I added it. Meerpirat (talk) 09:50, 9 August 2016 (UTC)
- Yes, you are correct. as you can see I immediately reverted myself.Editor2020 (talk) 14:41, 9 August 2016 (UTC)
Faith vs Trust
I see you reverted my edit to the definition of Faith.
Can you please contact me and let's discuss the merits of our differences so we can develop a improved concept to publish?
The concepts of faith and trust are foundational to so many other concepts. It seems worth the effort to get this definition right.
Thanks for replying - I agree that the entry attempts to define too many aspects of "faith".
I will locate appropriate references for my entries.
It looks like I also need some guidance on how to properly make entries and also how I can communicate offline with other editors to discuss proposed revisions before I post them.
Can you help me with this?
Teilhard de Chardin
You removed the quote by Dennett. Do you feel it duplicates the Rose quote? I think that having two such quotes is important to establish general consensus in the evobiol field. — Preceding unsigned comment added by NPalgan2 (talk • contribs) 16:45, 21 August 2016 (UTC)
My contribution empowers readers & provides neutral, verifiable, vital-to-full-understanding info. It is extremely relevant to learn Atonement is not supported by original Scripture or the LXX or the Vulgate. I will take this further if we can't resolve things.