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Isaiah 1:10-12 tells us that those words were addressed to the rulers and priests. These people were to judge cases brought before them righteously, in the "courts," as it says in verse 12. But they have not sought justice, punished the oppressors, nor sided to help the widows who have no husbands to defend them and help them. Verses 21-26 tells us about ...


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The Gospel of Mark which is said to be the first Gospel has a true ending of Mark 16:8 and as a result has no mention of any Resurrection account. I think having a Gospel written by someone and not mention the Resurrection account is fairly significant. If I was to ask any modern day Christian today to write a paragraph about Jesus would include his ...


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The Gospel is the good news "We have a new identity in christ which is the sinless man/god". The Bible is simply a package containing: { the gospel<- and ->the reason for the gospel }. (and not in that order)


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God gave us 10 commandments that no human can possibly fulfill for their entire life from birth to death without breaking at least one commandment at least one time (except Jesus). I believe the Sermon on the mount was to show US that we can't be perfect in the eyes of God. Most people can say with pride, "I never killed anyone" but how many can say "I ...


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You appear to be confusing the knowledge of good and evil with knowledge in general. Adam and Eve had knowledge, but not the knowledge of good and evil as is shown in the following Scriptures. Genesis 2:15 And the LORD God took the man, and put him into the garden of Eden to dress it and to keep it. Genesis 2:19 And out of the ground the LORD ...


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What God sought from Adam and Eve was faith in his words--not to judge whether what God said was right or wrong for HIM. Faith does not depend on foreknowledge of right or wrong. It depends on trusting the source. It is like giving the benefit of the doubt. If I point fire to a child and tell him that it will burn him if he touches it, he has two ...


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Please see III. THE FINAL PURIFICATION, OR PURGATORY | Catechism of the Catholic Church 1030-32. The answer to the question is in 1031 & 1032. Please see the footnotes for the biblical references. Picking one, certain offenses can be forgiven in this age, but certain others in the age to come (please see CCC 1031 below). 1031 The Church gives the ...



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