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Christians who believe in the inerrancy or infallibility of the Bible argue that these two accounts are not contradictory: that Jesus met his followers in both Jerusalem and Galilee after his resurrection. Such an argument first requires establishing that there was a lengthy period of time between the resurrection and the ascension, and that Luke 24 is a ...


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I read your question and it seems as if you are saying that because we are under grace, the law does not matter. I actually used to believe this. That is how people justify what I would call "human or secular" behavior. The person that is under grace (NT) got there because of the law (OT). God gave us a way out of the law, because he knew we could not keep ...


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If you are asking about condemning as public disapprove of, then of course! Lev 18:22-23 "You shall not lie with a male as one lies with a female; it is an abomination." You may be angry that I quoted an old testament verse but hear me out. Doesn't it say in Malachi 3:6 "For I am the LORD, I do not change." Therefore the Old Testament teaching of ...


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Paul does not forbid women to speak; rather, this is the position held by some Corinthians and it is one of several matters causing division between the believers. After an extended discourse on speaking in tongues [14:33], Paul diverts briefly to another sub-theme [the main theme being division], which has been raised by some Corinthians: the role of women ...



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