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Feb
6
comment Which scripture was Paul referring this verse from?
The second part is not in quote marks. NT Greek didn't have quote marks, but their absence means that at least the translators believed the second part was his own.
Feb
6
reviewed Reject Which scriptures tells us that Jesus laughed or was happy?
Feb
6
comment Which scripture was Paul referring this verse from?
Any reason to think that the part in quotes isn't Genesis 2:7? The second part doesn't appear to be a quote.
Feb
5
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Feb
5
comment What is the support for saying Jesus believed Genesis was a literal account of creation?
That's a good point.
Feb
5
comment What is the support for saying Jesus believed Genesis was a literal account of creation?
All Christians take Genesis as true "in some sense". I don't read anything in the passages you quote to indicate a literal interpretation. He does affirm that God created Man, but again, you don't have to be a Genesis literalist to believe that.
Feb
5
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Feb
5
reviewed Leave Closed What is the Christian take on reincarnation?
Feb
4
comment Why are Christians sure that prayers to Jesus are answered when “Jesus” wasn't the name he used?
@NickNo "In my name" does not mean "using the sound by which people call me". There are other questions on this site about that, or you can ask yourself.
Feb
4
comment Why are Christians sure that prayers to Jesus are answered when “Jesus” wasn't the name he used?
@NickNo I don't want to be rude, but this question and your comments in response to the answers makes it seem like you are arguing for the sake of it.
Feb
4
revised How do Arminians reconcile free will with God's omnipotence logically?
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Feb
4
revised How do Arminians reconcile free will with God's omnipotence logically?
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Feb
3
revised Does God sleep?
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Feb
1
answered Is it generally acceptable to attend a bible study as a non Christian?
Jan
31
comment Why Catholic Church is called “The Roman Catholic Church”?
I think that's because Anglicans (who consider themselves catholic) would object otherwise.
Jan
31
comment Why Catholic Church is called “The Roman Catholic Church”?
The term "Latin church" is more properly used for what you call "Roman rite". This article claims that "Roman Catholic" is never used by the church to mean the Latin Rite, but is sometimes used to refer to the whole Catholic church. However it does admit that plenty of other people do. The situation is confused.
Jan
31
comment Are there any reports or stories that the pope has seen God face to face in the last 200 years?
Why are you asking specifically about the Pope? Excepting Jesus, are there any accounts of anyone seeing God face-to-face since Moses? (I'm pretty sure most of the prophets saw visions).
Jan
31
comment Which churches today send the most missionaries?
Are you looking for effort proportional to the size of the church?
Jan
31
answered Why Catholic Church is called “The Roman Catholic Church”?
Jan
28
comment Luke's introduction, doesn't seem like he is claiming he was inspired?
I don't want to get into a discussion in comments. Suffice it to say that authors knowing they were writing scripture (or not) has no bearing on whether or not it is scripture.