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Apr
24
comment Did Philip see Jesus turn water into wine?
As a tiny nitpick, Jesus only decided to go to Galilee the next day after his baptism. More time might have elapsed before he found Philip. (The gospels have a very sparse style, and might not have mentioned a time gap - although I would certainly agree that it is likely that Philip was a disciple by the time of the wedding).
Apr
24
revised In what way did the early church read Sapiental passages like Proverbs 8:22 Christologically?
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Apr
23
reviewed Leave Open Denominations that interpret Matthew 5:32 & 19:9 as NOT permitting divorce in the case of adultery?
Apr
23
revised What is the storyline order of the Bible?
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Apr
23
comment What does title of “Bishop” mean in some African-American churches?
Do you have an example?
Apr
22
answered What is the storyline order of the Bible?
Apr
22
reviewed Leave Open For those who view Israel typologically, what is the significance of the 12 tribes?
Apr
22
reviewed No Action Needed What do the Catholic Church consider constitutes intrinsically impossible things?
Apr
22
revised When can God go against free will?
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Apr
22
answered What do the Catholic Church consider constitutes intrinsically impossible things?
Apr
21
answered When can God go against free will?
Apr
21
comment When can God go against free will?
Edited your question to reflect what you just said.
Apr
21
revised When can God go against free will?
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Apr
21
comment When can God go against free will?
@Grasper If that is your question, please edit your post to say that. Because at the moment it looks like you have just come here for an argument.
Apr
21
comment When can God go against free will?
This is a philosophical question and not about Christianity. But as you just said, having free will does not mean you are immune to harm.
Apr
21
comment When can God go against free will?
@Grasper Free Will doesn't mean that whatever every person wants to happen will always happen - if that were true then no person ever would have had free will.
Apr
21
reviewed Leave Open Is man born in God's image, or was that just Adam?
Apr
21
reviewed Leave Open Reconcile God's sovereignty with Satan being the god of this world
Apr
21
reviewed Leave Open What's the Biblical basis for the rapture?
Apr
21
reviewed Leave Open Was there anyone specific who ever argued that God was dead?