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The umbrella term for the doctrines that include Modalism is Unitarianism. The scriptural support for Modalism is the same as that for the Trinity, except they interpret the scripture as speaking of God as one person manifest in our dimensions in differing modes. I would argue that the Unitarian interpretation involves ignoring multiple key scriptures that ...


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Because he wants to, and certainly not because of anything they've done or will do. One of the central tenants of this concept for Calvinists is that it's not what you do (or have done, or even will do) that merits you salvation. It is wholly and completely the grace of God, not just that you were chosen, but that you were then called, and then compelled to ...


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In the words of Nat King Cole, "the greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return." According to John 1 John 4:8 and 16, God is love. As an expression of his love, God created. You see, the funny thing about love is it is difficult to be love without having someone to love. But love is a fickle thing. It requires we take risk and ...


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In Chapter 2 of A.W. Tozer's "Knowledge of the Holy" he puts it this way: "When the Scripture states that man was made in the image of God, we dare not add to that statement an idea from our own head and make it mean "in the exact image." To do so is to make man a replica of God, and that is to lose the unicity of God and end with no God at all. It is to ...


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"Sincerity if you're wrong is deadly. So sure, humility and sincerity are essential, but so is truth." – @curiousdannii Anyone who sincerely seeks God finds him Matt 7:7 (RSVCE) Ask, Search, Knock 7 “Ask, and it will be given you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. This does not mean while one is seeking God ...


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One think we must know is " God will not act wickedly" - Job 34:12 (Sorry i'm not eloquent in English) actually GOD killed those nations because of their iniquity (Genesis 15:16, Deuteronomy 32:43, Genesis 13:13) and what Korah did was to rises against GOD (Numbers 16:11). And GOD is the ruler and Creator of us All and HE has to do justice (Romans 12:19) ...


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Eternal is a Latin word late 14c., from Old French eternel "eternal," or directly from Late Latin aeternalis, from Latin aeternus "of an age, lasting, enduring, permanent, everlasting, endless," contraction of aeviternus "of great age," from aevum "age" (see eon). Used since Middle English both of things or conditions without beginning or end and ...


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jesus was not to be touched before his ascention because that would have defiled the sacrifice. when jesus got to heaven he put his blood on the alter in heaven. hallelujah. He appeared to the disciples after jesus' offering and let thomas place his finger in the wound in his side. It was important that the disciples still believed in Jesus . For a doubting ...


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I believe that we, as mortal humans, are unable to comprehend, nor know, nor fully appreciate the full and true nature of God the Creator. However, it seams to me that the Bible is a grand story of the many ways that God has tried to make His nature known. And, that historically, we have demonstrated a poor capacity to learn and follow the will of God. It ...


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I would suggest three logical possibilities exist. 1) It was never said. 2) If it was said it was mis-translated. 3) It was said and it means as stated. Under the 3rd assumption the most logical interpretation would be that once you have eaten from the tree you would question to which side the imposer of the rule belonged. Most likely 1. All other answer ...



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