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Hello 'Radz Mathew Co Brown', The verse used goes like this, "The very God of peace sanctify you wholly; and (I pray God) your whole spirit and soul and body be preserved blameless unto the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ" (I Thess 5:23). The reason God does not have a soul is because "God is a spirit": so it is, by definition. And, with due respect for ...


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The Catechism of the Catholic Church has a paragraph specifically referenced as "Spiritism — forbidden" in its index, and which unequivocally and categorically condemns the practice of spiritism. 2117 All practices of magic or sorcery, by which one attempts to tame occult powers, so as to place them at one's service and have a supernatural power ...


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Within the writings of defenders of the trichotomic nature of man there is significant variation on the question of the nature of angels. The trichotomy of man is a much more popular doctrine within Protestantism than in other branches of Christianity, so that's the perspective that I'll be able to share. The simplest part of this question is, do angels ...


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There is a "point of view" issue here, in the difference of our point of view today, and the point of view of the original intended audience of the book of Samuel. Whether or not the Lord actually sent the tormenting spirit into King Saul, those for whom the story was first related, had the point of view that he did. But the fact that the original audience ...


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Matthew's Gospel alone uses the Greek word ὅραμα to describe the Transfiguration. This can be translated into English either as 'that which is seen' or as 'vision', leading to differences among different Bible translations - those that prefer 'what you have seen' include NIV, NLT, God's Word Translation and World English Bible, while most others use 'vision' ...



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