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If Paul ever rode a horse, he would either have been an elite cavalryman or one of the very wealthiest in society. And if he had never ridden a horse before, no one would ever lend him one, no matter how urgent the errand. Hoses were just too valuable. This site, in discussing travel in Palestine, says horses were expensive and only the rich could afford ...


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The doctrine of Mary’s perpetual virginity comes not only from Catholics as you mentioned but from traditional Lutheranism as well. The basis for this is not only an ancient understanding of the role Mary plays in the incarnation, but also it is revealed to the early Christians, especially those coming from Rabbinic Judaism, as a completion of God’s plan as ...


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God always moves east to west. At the second coming of Christ at the end of the tribulation He will come in from the East moving to the west. The idea was too burry the bodies facing east so they could be ruptured. This is silly and is not biblical but they did it for that reason. On the other hand as a Jew you always approached God as at the tabernacle ...


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It's a complex issue which might not be addressed completely by this answer right now. But given enough time I'll elaborate more detail to address many aspects related to this controversy in great depth on my next update. For those unfamiliar with the debate between Hieromonk Seraphim Rose and Archbishop Lazarus Puhalo, this might be a good preliminary ...


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Paul sets forth a problem , when we pray by the spirit (tongues) our understanding (minds) are unfruitful (producing no fruit, doing nothing) what is it then KJV (what shall we do) pray with (by) the spirit (tongues) and with our minds (greek word nous) also (together, in conjunction) this solves this problem, you pray in tongues at the same time with your ...



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