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

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What is the Scriptural basis for Modalism?

We hear a lot at times about the godhead, so that got me wondering: what is the Scriptural basis for the Christian doctrine of Modalism?
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What Scriptures are used to justify the belief that Christians of Denominations other than a specific one will be rejected by God?

In my studies of the Bible I have never found times when God has rejected the worship of anyone who worshipped him in sincerity. The only restrictions to worship other than worshipping in holiness as ...
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What is the biblical basis for the Covenant of Redemption?

In Covenant Theology the Covenant of Redemption is an eternal agreement made between the members of the Trinity in which the Son of God agrees to become incarnate and die for the the sins of God's ...
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Is there a scriptural basis for preferring particular bible versions?

What scriptures can we use that will help us understand how to determine which specific texts or textual streams or translations or manuscripts are the true word of God, or more accurately represent ...
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What is the scriptural basis that the Devil or Satan did NOT understand God's salvation plan?

As a counter to this question what is the scriptural basis that the Devil or Satan did NOT understand God's salvation plan?
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Biblical basis or rational for Christian Identity Movement?

After discovering the Christian Identity movement, and investigating them further to answer another question, I've been pondering how they justify their doctrine. On the homepage of Christian ...
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In Catholic teaching, to what scripture is each of the seven sacraments referenced?

In Catholic teaching, to what scripture (OT and NT) is each of the seven sacraments referenced? The seven sacraments are: Baptism, Confirmation (or Chrismation), the Eucharist, Penance, the ...