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comment In the Eucharist, does the bread become Christ's “spiritual body” or “natural body”?
I don't think the apostle Paul was talking about the Eucharist. LOL
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comment Why Christians don't believe to Christ?
Great. lol. I think you mean you're not interested in an answer. Have a good day.
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comment Why Christians don't believe to Christ?
I would be happy to, if I knew what you meant. But you'd rather lol than explain what you mean.
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comment Why Christians don't believe to Christ?
lol your English is very poor. "Believe to Christ" is not proper English. So I don't know what you mean. lol.
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comment Why Christians don't believe to Christ?
Your question doesn't really make sense. Perhaps because English isn't your first language. But the bigger flaw is that you're asking for opinions, which we can't answer here.
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comment In the Eucharist, does the bread become Christ's “spiritual body” or “natural body”?
What distinction are you trying to make? What makes you think the spiritual body isn't natural? As far as I know, Catholics believe that the bread takes on the substance of Christ's body, which is some sort of its own ontological category... or something. I would be asking about that, rather than asking about what is likely a false dichotomy.
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revised Does your spirit or soul go to heaven?
added 2 characters in body
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comment On which date was Christ born?
@TheGeeko61: I often celebrate my birthday on a date other than my actual birthday. I've also met a couple of people who didn't know their actual birthday, but that didn't stop us from guessing, and having a party anyway.
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comment another christian's sin affects me why"
This question is off-topic here. We address academic level questions about Christian belief. You would be better talking to a trusted Christian counselor, pastor, or friend.
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answered Protestants and Sola Scriptura adherents: When was scripture alone sufficient?
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comment Jesus relationship to Moab and Ammon continuation
Please, ask one question at a time. And stay away from opinion questions (such as "Is it worse...?")
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reviewed Leave Closed What Countries in the world are considered Christian states?
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comment What Countries in the world are considered Christian states?
Wikipedia's article on state religions has a list of all countries with an official religion, and includes a section on Christianity‌​. If that answers your question, I'd say this question doesn't belong here. If it doesn't answer your question, I'd say you need to provide a much better definition of "Christian state". Saying they "recognize God in an unmistakably Christian way" sounds like the No True Scotsman fallacy to me.
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reviewed Leave Closed Is the Creation story metaphor or not, according to the Catholic Church?
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comment Is the Creation story metaphor or not, according to the Catholic Church?
This question is no longer primarily opinion based, but it is now a duplicate of this one, and possibly a couple of other questions on this site which touch on the topic.
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reviewed Close What is the historical significance of Shiloh in the Bible?
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reviewed Leave Open Did Jesus wear tefillin?
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reviewed Leave Open Why is Jesus looking on an oddly standing stone?
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comment What is the significance of Jesus being descended from Moab and Ammon?
Would this diminish the Messianic properties of Jesus? In addition would this tarnish the kingship of David? -- According to whom? Apparently not according to the authors of the Bible, David's subjects, or anyone who considers Jesus to be the Messiah....
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comment How is alleged redaction in Isaiah 45:20 dealt with among Christian commentators?
Now of all the religions, Christianity is the one in which wood is most prominently associated with its main figure -- I suspect there are dendrolatry cults for which wood is far more prominently associated with its main figure(s).