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awarded  Notable Question
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comment Does wine really mean wine in the Bible?
@ecesurfer Do you mean John 2:10? Where does it say the people were "already pretty happy"? The master tasted it and could tell it was "good wine", which by the way if it is like today is not defined by alcohol content, still it does not say here that Jesus drank any of that wine.
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revised Will suicide keep me out of Heaven?
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comment Can you proof trinity by Jesus's words alone?
@user1361315 I made an update.
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revised Can you proof trinity by Jesus's words alone?
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comment How does the Bible explain the existence of fossils that are millions of years old?
answersingenesis.org/articles/nab/does-c14-disprove-the-bible
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comment How does the Bible explain the existence of fossils that are millions of years old?
+1 answersingenesis.org/articles/nab/does-c14-disprove-the-bible
Sep
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answered Can you proof trinity by Jesus's words alone?
Sep
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answered Was Jesus perfect his entire life? - Isaiah 7
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comment Help on believing in God
@Malachi Check out the video "God's Wonderful Plan" here.
Sep
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
Sep
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revised Is the “Dome of the Rock” the “Abomination of Desolation” spoken of by the prophet Daniel?
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comment Is the “Dome of the Rock” the “Abomination of Desolation” spoken of by the prophet Daniel?
Some would also say the Greek word for generation in Mark 13:30 is interpreted as race or family, speaking of Jews. There certainly have been a few "foreshadowers" of the antichrist and its "abomination", including Nebuchadnezzar and his image, Antiochus IV Epiphanes, King Herod and the golden Roman Eagle he built at the entrance to the temple (Dan 11:31); all before Jesus spoke those words. Jesus said, as you quoted, "then let those who are in Judea flee to the mountains". The Jews were in Babylon at the time the Dome was built.
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revised What did Jesus mean by saying “only a few find the narrow gate”?
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suggested suggested edit on What did Jesus mean by saying “only a few find the narrow gate”?
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comment What did Jesus mean by saying “only a few find the narrow gate”?
Thanks. I made an edit. But as to repentance, Jesus says in Luke 13:3 But unless you repent, you too will all perish. and repeats it in verse 5. Jonathon Byrd has a good answer on that here too Is repentance required for salvation?
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