Biblical basis is the way in which a practice or belief is derived from Scripture.

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Christian response(s) to disaster survival, or Christian self-defense

Every year, "end times" and apocalyptic films, books, and articles are produced in both the wider popular culture, and in religious contexts. In almost every post-disaster scenario as typically ...
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Is God omniscient? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Biblical evidence for omnipotence/omniscience I've always thought of God as all-knowing (omniscient). However, when formulating another question, I realized that my ...
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Is God omnipotent? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Biblical evidence for omnipotence/omniscience Next in my line of questions... I've always heard silly questions like "Could God create a rock so big he couldn't lift ...
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Adam and Eve versus ecology

Estimates vary widely of the minimum viable population for humans to stably reproduce without being subject to significant detrimental effects of inbreeding. Minimum estimates (e.g., for space ...
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What is the purpose of church discipline?

What is the end goal or purpose of church discipline and how is this defined in Scripture? What is the relation (if any) between church discipline and God's discipline? Lets keep the implementation ...
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What exactly do we know about Heaven?

Most of us probably have a lot of vague ideas about Heaven, the place where the faithful are said to spend their afterlife. But when I really start to think about it, I can't back most of my ideas ...
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What does the Bible say about ecology? [closed]

What does the Bible say about ecology, or how we should relate to nature?
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Were there implicit laws not referenced in the Acts 15 letter to gentile believers?

In Acts 29 the Jewish Christian Elders in Jerusalem sent a letter to the gentile believers throughout the world, instructing them to be at peace, and stating that they were not required to follow ...
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What is Common Grace?

The term "Common Grace" is often thrown around in reformed circles. What is this concept? What is the scriptural basis for the belief?