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comment Book recommendation that goes over how the bible is compiled based on manuscripts
It's important to understand that verses from the KJV were never removed. There are some Greek manuscripts that have the verses, and some that do not. So, either some explanatory phrases crept INTO some manuscripts OR some phrases crept OUT. Wikipedia has a summary of the major variants, which is pretty good actually. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/… They also have a much more comprehensive list: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/…
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reviewed Delete Why is there no marriage in Heaven?
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reviewed Reviewed Where did the idea that Cherubs were baby Angels originate?
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revised How is Isaiah 48:16-17 interpreted under the belief in the Trinity?
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comment Why do Protestants say: “In Jesus' name. Amen.”, whereas Catholics say: “In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.”?
@Geremia I personally seldom repeat the Lord's prayer, as I believe it is to be a pattern, not a repetition. I most often pray directly to the Father. I rarely, if ever, address the Holy Spirit directly, except in songs. I do address Jesus personally, but less frequently than the Father.
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comment Why do Protestants say: “In Jesus' name. Amen.”, whereas Catholics say: “In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.”?
@Geremia No, we typically pray TO the Father (like the Lord's Prayer) in the NAME of Jesus.
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comment From Scripture, what is the biblical basis that gay marriage is NOT a right from God?
@Flimzy Yes, and how you would distinguish between the two and why it may or may not be moral would make a great question, don't you think? I would suggest that there is a righteous jealousy, but also an unrighteous jealousy. We can be righteously jealous for what rightly belongs to us and us alone--the affection of a spouse. But we could be jealous for things that are not intended for us alone, and that would be unrighteous jealousy.
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comment From Scripture, what is the biblical basis that gay marriage is NOT a right from God?
@Flimzy James 3:16... but this might be a good question.
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comment What happens if someone who is not elect tries to seek God?
It is an impossibility in reformed theology.
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reviewed Close Does the Lutheran Church of Sweden have a Biblical basis for performing full same-sex marriage?