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awarded  Excavator
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revised Where is God according to Christianity?
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Dec
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revised Did Jonah fail the test of a prophet?
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Dec
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revised Why did foot washing become a common practice in Christianity?
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Oct
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comment Who were the Sons of God who seem to have begat the Nephilim?
@Jay Perhaps, perhaps. I was caught up with my own speculation, sorry about that. :)
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awarded  Custodian
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comment The seven churches that were condemned; did any of them repent?
@Warren Ah. Well alert us when you depart; we will keep you in our prayers.
Aug
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comment The seven churches that were condemned; did any of them repent?
@Warren when are you starting your trip?
Aug
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comment Why did Christianity survive at all?
IMO, I think the headline should be "how" Christianity survived, not why.
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awarded  Yearling
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accepted Driving out spirits in Jesus's name with discrepancy in Bible
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asked Driving out spirits in Jesus's name with discrepancy in Bible
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revised The Grace Gambit
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accepted Will we be able to eat anything in Heaven?
Aug
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comment Will we be able to eat anything in Heaven?
@warren Of course. You are right; this is just some question I had.
Aug
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answered How does mainstream Christianity view “Heaven is for Real”?
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asked Will we be able to eat anything in Heaven?
Aug
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comment Shouldn't Mary’s genealogy be Jesus' family history?
If they used Mary's genealogy, than that meant that Mary was in some sort of way related to Jesus. That is not true. Mary was conceived by the holy spirit. Jesus has no mother. God is his father, but he does not have a mother. In the bible Jesus even said to his cousin, James, that Mary was his mother, and James was Mary's son. So, which to pick? Since Jesus has a father but not a mother, it would make sense to list genealogy of Joseph.
Aug
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comment Shouldn't Mary’s genealogy be Jesus' family history?
After Mary was pregnant, Joseph married her, or at least that's how it happened off the top of my head. Since Mary was married to Joseph, and Mary gave birth to Jesus, it would make sense to include Jesus into the family line of vice versa.