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Interested to hear more about what Paul thinks about when he talks about submitting to one another. Also, what does it mean to be the "head" in a marriage or household? 
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The Four Rivers and Gold?
What is the meaning of Genesis 2:12 which says that the gold in the land of Havilah is good, along with there being bdellium and onyx stones there? I remember Tim saying that the bdellium and onyx stones were some of the stones used to make the priestly chest plate, but I am immediately suspicious of the description of the gold. This verse says that the gold is good, and I know there's a pattern in the Bible of people seeing things that are pleasant to the eyes and then taking them for themselves. Is there a story in the Bible of someone seeing this good gold and then taking it for themselves? Or am I overthinking this?
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Evidence for Eden as a Mountain
Dr. Tim seems to strongly believe that Eden is on a high mountaintop. I believe he has some valid evidence for this claim, but I was wondering what that evidence would be? What is the evidence for Tim's claim that Eden sits atop a tall mountian?
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Source of literary design
Are we saying that Moses is the author of all of this organization because of his education he received in Egypt, or do we believe that Moses was just writing down oral traditions and the Holy Spirit put all of this organization into place?
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What nuances do our English translations miss with only using our 3 grammatical tenses of time when exploring these concepts of the kingdom compared to Greek where we have the Aorist tense and others to help frame a mindset of this reality? Are these texts just as vaporous to grasp in Greek or when thinking in Hebrew grammar? Or are all human cultures more or less in the same boat and struggle breaking a past, present, and future distinction of time? 
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Bad v. Evil
In one of the last videos of this unit, Dr. Tim brought up with the tree of good and bad that “bad” in Hebrew didn’t necessarily mean cosmic evil. I am wondering when the lines cross from bad to evil. I think I get the idea but perhaps an example would be helpful. I had gone through a book and workbook with friends regarding trauma and abuse and it referred to the “banality of evil” and how this type of evil is “creative” in the inverse-fashion of God’s good and life-giving creativity. I guess I am also just wondering in defining humans how something we do can be bad verses being evil on the inside and how that crossover can happen. 
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What nuances do our English translations miss with only using our 3 grammatical tenses of time when exploring these concepts of the kingdom compared to Greek where we have the Aorist tense and others to help frame a mindset of this reality? Are these texts just as vaporous to grasp in Greek or when thinking in Hebrew grammar? Or are all human cultures more or less in the same boat and struggle breaking a past, present, and future distinction of time? 
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