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Mar
10
comment What is the Biblical evidence that there are ONLY three persons in the “Trinity”?
@fredsbend: Updated again.
Mar
10
revised What is the Biblical evidence that there are ONLY three persons in the “Trinity”?
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Mar
10
comment What is the Biblical evidence that there are ONLY three persons in the “Trinity”?
@fredsbend: Done.
Mar
10
revised What is the Biblical evidence that there are ONLY three persons in the “Trinity”?
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Mar
9
revised Does God know me personally?
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Mar
9
comment Why is our righteousness as filthy rags?
"how does Christianity address this?" is never a useful question in the context of this site, because Christianity is a vast sea of opinion. You need to provide a scope. Or, in this case, it might be a better fit for Biblical Hermeneutics, if you change the question to ask for an explanation of the terminology, rather than asking for interpretation.
Mar
9
comment Are we saved by Grace Alone or Faith Alone?
Salvation and Justification are not (according to adherents of the 5 solas) the same thing.
Mar
7
revised Has the Catholic Church outlined specific Biblical passages which should not be taken literally?
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Mar
7
comment What power do spirits have that resurrected beings do not?
I don't know if this applies to Mormon doctrine, but my understanding of mainstream Christian doctrine is that only God is omnipresent, and other spirits (demons/angels, disembodies spirits of humans) are not.
Mar
7
comment Has the Catholic Church outlined specific Biblical passages which should not be taken literally?
Closely related (and certainly relevant to the examples you mentioned): christianity.stackexchange.com/q/6490/20
Mar
5
comment Does the Bible explain why God chose Israel?
Think of it this way. Bob tells Alice, "I will give you a new car." Later Bob gives Alice a new car, and Alice asks, "Why did you give me this car?" "Because I promised to" is not a satisfactory answer.
Mar
5
comment Does the Bible explain why God chose Israel?
@Jesse: So why did he make a promise to Abraham? That's the question that matters. Your answer is "God chose Israel because he promised he would make Abraham a great nation." That doesn't answer the question at all. It BEGS the question. Why did God choose Abraham to make a great nation?
Mar
5
revised When did the Community of Christ (formerly RLDS) adopt the doctrine of the Trinity?
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Mar
5
comment Does the Bible explain why God chose Israel?
In summary, it seems your answer is "God chose Israel because he chose Israel." That doesn't seem like much of an answer.
Mar
5
reviewed Reopen Does the Bible explain why God chose Israel?
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Mar
5
reviewed Close What does the Bible say about sex before marriage / premarital sex?
Mar
5
reviewed Close Historicity of which Biblical characters is recognized by Archaeology/History?
Mar
5
reviewed Close What is the difference between mind and soul (if any)
Mar
5
comment What is the difference between mind and soul (if any)
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is a question about definitions, which can be answered by any dictionary.