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Sep
15
comment What is the significance of the name “Jesus”?
@Caleb Mathew 1:21 which I have quoted has that reference and others except the last verse are the fruits by use of that name. I agree that last verse is unrelated but I felt that it will convey a message
Sep
15
answered What is the significance of the name “Jesus”?
Sep
12
revised Was Jesus' power limited relative to the belief of others?
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Sep
11
answered Was Jesus' power limited relative to the belief of others?
Sep
10
comment Is there a concept of Christian State in Christianity?
But that has been a general and universal phenomenon since ages and still in vogue in every region of world.
Sep
10
comment What reasons does Christianity give for “Why There Must Be A God?”
@TRiG I am happy to say that you only endorse my assesment in above comment. Friend, do you have an understanding to realise that this same logic applies to you and your position of belief too?
Sep
9
comment What reasons does Christianity give for “Why There Must Be A God?”
@TRiG The knowledge you pretend you have is termed as foolishness by billions of people who are not like you.
Sep
6
revised If the Bible has been changed over the years, can we still trust it?
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Sep
5
answered If the Bible has been changed over the years, can we still trust it?
Sep
4
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Aug
27
revised Why did Christianity survive at all?
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Aug
27
answered Why did Christianity survive at all?
Aug
27
comment Why did Christianity survive at all?
Just Thought of commenting on these statements. “When Christ calls a man, he bids him come and die” and “willingness of the Christians to die for their beliefs”. The call from Christ to die and the readiness of all those martyrs to die, was not with an attitude of killing as much as of your opponent and then die. There lies the difference and the Divine Hand.
Aug
25
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Aug
24
comment Where did the idea of the Trinity come from?
@DJClayworth I was just wondering, why this following verse in not considered by any one in earlier post? "Mathew 28:19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit,"
Aug
24
comment If the Bible has been changed over the years, can we still trust it?
Wonderful! More specifically your point no:3 under “Intellectual Experience” is so much of a punch. So is point no: 4. Thanks for strengthening the faith in the Word of God with your testimony. I remembered the saying doctor hurts to heal and so are the events that culminated with this.
Aug
24
comment Biblical basis for the doctrine of the Trinity
I was just wondering, why this following verse in not considered by any one in this post? "Mathew 28:19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit,"
Aug
22
comment How do we make sure that we are on the rightful religion/path?
@mike you have said it perfect. These minor errors or additions no way have any effect on any of the doctrine of the Church. Unlike in Koran where some of the controversial verses are invalidated and re_written. And if write about them then fatwas are declared against these people.
Aug
16
comment What is the difference between a professing and a non-professing Christian with regards to their faith, beliefs, etc?
@Caleb..No Caleb, it’s not about Confessional and non-confessional. But most recently I happen to see this professing Christian term in your post also, titled “Brothers, we are not Christians” and so I said let me understand what exactly it means.
Aug
15
comment What is the difference between a professing and a non-professing Christian with regards to their faith, beliefs, etc?
I was of the perception that there exist this term of non professing Christians, who are Christians but are not attached to any Church, Christians Groups or left the Church/Groups to which they belonged earlier and still profess their faith in Christianity as independent individuals without participating in any Church/Group services or activities.