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answered What terms have been used by missionaries to Islamic countries to describe Islam?
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revised Are any Greek or Roman gods mentioned by name in the Bible?
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revised Are any Greek or Roman gods mentioned by name in the Bible?
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comment Are any Greek or Roman gods mentioned by name in the Bible?
@Mawia Indeed, they are not. I mentioned there were others as well and included those to support the claim. I have tried to clarify that. Thank you.
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answered Are any Greek or Roman gods mentioned by name in the Bible?
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comment In what countries is it illegal to own a Bible (the most banned book in the world)?
It is unjust to prosecute an entire group of people for the crimes of a few.
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comment In what countries is it illegal to own a Bible (the most banned book in the world)?
@MarcGravell It wasn't all of Christianity, but a segment inside of Christianity that was certainly not following Christ.
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comment Is it orthodox to abandon the concept that God of the Bible is person, but say that He is spirit?
@laovultai Yes, I did mean to say the Second Person of the Trinity. Thank you. The Trinity is an interesting concept, one that is so filled with contention and confusion that it is doubtful that man would have invented such a notion. However, much in God's creation reflects the image of the Trinity. The Universe consists of 1) time, 2) space, and 3) matter, but it's all interdependent. Time is 1) past, 2) present and 3) future. Space is 1) length, 2) width, and 3) height. Matter is 1) solid, 2) liquid, and 3) gas. Indeed, God is both a unified One and a distinguishable Three.
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revised Is it orthodox to abandon the concept that God of the Bible is person, but say that He is spirit?
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revised Is it orthodox to abandon the concept that God of the Bible is person, but say that He is spirit?
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answered Is it orthodox to abandon the concept that God of the Bible is person, but say that He is spirit?
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revised Does God's knowledge increase in time?
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comment Does God's knowledge increase in time?
The answer to this question will depend on which Christian tradition you are addressing. Some would say yes, and some would say no. For the purposes of this site, it is necessary to target a particular tradition.
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comment Does Cain still have descendants on the earth?
It is also possible that one of the four wives on the ark was a descendant of Cain in some way.
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reviewed Approve Did Christ's original twelve apostles have families?
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comment What has been said about happy unbelievers?
@BenDunlap And indeed it already is: What is the difference between man's soul and spirit?
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comment What has been said about happy unbelievers?
@BenDunlap That's probably another question altogether.
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revised Does 1 Corinthians 2:9 mean Heaven will be more joyous than we can contemplate?
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revised What has been said about happy unbelievers?
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