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Mar
22
revised Betrayal of Jesus
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Mar
22
comment Is a covenant the same as a law?
This does not appear to be an actual question. If you need to clarify another question you asked, please edit that question. If you need clarification on a question you didn't ask, post a comment. Please note that this is not a forum for telling people stuff, even if you think it's important.
Mar
21
comment Are we wrong when we call physical circumcision “a law?”
If you want to know more about the covenant of circumcision, I would recommend searching for 'circumcision' in a Bible. Also reading a Bible dictionary on the subject would be helpful.
Mar
20
reviewed Leave Open How do non-Reformed Theologians interpret Romans 9:11-23?
Mar
20
reviewed Leave Open Unfulfilled Prophecies of Jesus?
Mar
20
reviewed Close Is there a connection between late post exilic Judaism with Christianity?
Mar
20
revised How is Acts 7:48 reconciled with omnipresence doctrines?
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Mar
20
comment Why did David go against God's law when he slew Nabal in his heart
And finally: " Our position in the Bible is to do as our kings tell us for God makes our kings be our rulers on this earth." Is that always the case? When is it not the case?
Mar
20
comment Why did David go against God's law when he slew Nabal in his heart
Some things for you to think about: Why is David on the run from Saul? What did he do wrong? Is God always in favour of those in power?
Mar
18
comment How do Trinitarians explain that the Logos is a person?
It seems pretty clear that the Logos referred to in John 1:14 is personal. Even the author you quote above admits it.
Mar
18
comment How do Christians distinguish the incarnate Word and the written Word of God?
@AdithiaKusno Just because there is more than one 'word' does not imply that all the words are personal or begotten. And just because a gnostic teacher taught something doesn't make it wrong.
Mar
18
comment How do Trinitarians explain that the Logos is a person?
It wasn't clear to me that you were asking why Catholics and other Trinitarians believe the Logos is a person. If that's the case then it's a reasonable question.
Mar
18
comment How do Trinitarians explain that the Logos is a person?
Downvoting because the main question: "How do Trinitarians explain that the Logos is a person?" doesn't make sense. If you asking why Trinitarians believe the Logos is a person then there are plenty of other questions that explain this. And also because this seems to be an attempt to promote a very minor sect within Christianity.
Mar
17
revised Verse that mention Jesus eating meat?
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Mar
15
revised What are the main differences between the Baptist and Pentecostal traditions?
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Mar
15
answered How is Acts 7:48 reconciled with omnipresence doctrines?
Mar
14
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
10
revised Why do people call Mary Magdalene the “Black Madonna”?
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Mar
9
comment How does Jesus describe God in the Gospels
Jesus spends half the gospels describing God in some way or another.
Feb
28
revised Was Bible Revealed to Jesus? (Christian Perspective)
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