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Tim Maas

Retired Quality Assurance Specialist with the U.S. Army
I was raised as a Lutheran, but now consider myself a non-denominational Christian. I have been married for 34 years, and have two married children -- a son who is an attorney, and a daughter who is a mathematics teacher -- as well as a granddaughter who was born in April, 2019, and another granddaughter who was born on 17 February 2020.  I retired in 2013 after 35 years as a Quality Assurance Specialist (Ammunition Surveillance), which is a civilian (Civil Service) career program that inspects and classifies the Army's stockpile of conventional, guided missile, and toxic chemical munitions, so that the Army has an accurate picture of the serviceability and safety of its ammunition stockpile at any given time.   

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What can we learn from Psalm 61:1-5 where David asks God to lead him?

I would say that David's request was a recognition of God's ability not only...

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Why is the method of testing chastity different in Deuteronomy 22:13–21 than in Numbers 5?

To me, the blood-stained sheet in Deuteronomy is a "one-time" proof caused by...

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What does God mean when he says by His prophet Hosea, "How shall I give thee up, Ephraim?"

Ephraim and Manasseh were the two sons that Joseph had in Egypt after he had...

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What are the differences in kindness, goodness, and gentlness?

Without going into the specific Greek words that are translated as the three...

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Why is the sinlessness of Jesus so important?

God (who is Himself sinless by nature) created humans in His own image to...

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How could Jesus, who had a divine nature, be tempted? (Hebrews 2:18)

I understand the reasoning of the question, but "tempted" can also have a...

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Does "wind" only symbolize the Holy Spirit in the Bible?

I would say that the Holy Spirit's activity in the Bible is sometimes...

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What is the meaning of "my brethren" in the parable of sheep and goats in Matthew 25:31-46?

I would say that, by this term, Jesus was referring to any humans (not just...

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What is the name that was written that only HE knows?

In my opinion, the idea being expressed in the cited verse is similar to a...

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What is the difference between the filling of the Holy Spirit and the indwelling of the Holy Spirit?

I would express it as follows: Indwelling by the Holy Spirit is a one-time...

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Was Korah swallowed by the earth or burned? Numbers 16:31

By my reading of Numbers 16, Korah, Dathan, and Abiram (along with their...

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How will "thy house" be understood in Acts 16:31?

In my opinion, the cited verse is not teaching that the faith of the head of...

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Is "pride" ever a good thing?

In his excellent book Mere Christianity (which is fully viewable online), C....

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Why would God raise a "banner"? (Psalm 60:4)

To me, the psalmist is employing the metaphor of battle by saying that, in...

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Why did David ask God not to kill his enemies, and then ask him to consume them in wrath? (Psalm 59:11–13)

Perhaps the two cited verses are referring to varying modes of divine...

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