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reviewed Reviewed What are the differences between Apostles, Prophets, Peter and Jesus Christ in being the “foundation” whereon the church is built?
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comment What are the differences between Apostles, Prophets, Peter and Jesus Christ in being the “foundation” whereon the church is built?
Good answer from a Catholic perspective. The question is tagged Protestantism, though. As such, the idea that Peter is the rock is not held by Protestants. Instead, Jesus is the rock, symbolized by the rock Moses struck, the rock of Daniel which was cut out and struck the statue, then finally, as Peter himself describes it, the Chief Cornerstone.
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reviewed Delete What is the difference between 'Biblical' and 'Systematic' theology?
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reviewed Delete Why didn't Syriac Christianity keep Aramaic as their liturgical language?
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comment Persecution of Jewish people by Christians in Middle Ages?
No, I do not consider your perspective Christian. You start out by saying that it is not fulfilled Judaism--or Judaism that recognizes the Jewish Messiah. This is precisely what Christians believe, so you begin by countering the entire premise of Christianity.
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revised Was Mary the first one possible mother of God?
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comment Was Mary the first one possible mother of God?
The answer would depend on which tradition. Catholics would probably say, "yes" because they hold that her conception was immaculate. Protestants would say, "no", that Mary was not chosen because she was holy or different from other devout women.
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comment Persecution of Jewish people by Christians in Middle Ages?
How is this answer from a Christian perspective? Christianity is fulfilled Judaism, including all the Old Testament prophecies and pictures, from Genesis 3, 22, Daniel 9, Isaiah 53. I understand that this is modern non-Messianic Judaism thinking, but answers on this site should represent a Christian perspective. Otherwise, a bunch of Christians could go on the Judaism site and answer a bunch of questions from the Christian perspective.
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reviewed Reviewed Did God create Adam and Eve with free will and knowledge of right and wrong (good and evil)?
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comment Did God create Adam and Eve with free will and knowledge of right and wrong (good and evil)?
Good point. If there were no free will, then there would be no need for a command. Can you add the biblical references? That would make this a better answer.
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reviewed Leave Open What is the significance of water from Jesus' side?
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reviewed Close Why does Jesus breathe on his disciples in John 20:23?
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revised Do any church writers compare or contrast Jesus and the burning bush?
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comment Is the tripartite God the judge in the Old Testament, and Jesus the appointed only judge in the New Testament?
Judgment was not always meted out immediately in the Old Testament. Man's wickedness was exceedingly great before the flood, and then God waited another 120 years. Sodom and Gomorrah were not destroyed until their depravity greatly increased. Egypt did not receive immediate punishment for their mistreatment of Israel. Furthermore, justice was, indeed, meted out immediately in the New Testament. For instance, Ananias and Saphira immediately received judgment for their sins.
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revised Is the tripartite God the judge in the Old Testament, and Jesus the appointed only judge in the New Testament?
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reviewed Leave Open What are the different uses of “heaven” in scripture?
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