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awarded  Yearling
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answered If God desires salvation for all, how come many people died without hearing the gospel?
May
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comment If God desires salvation for all, how come many people died without hearing the gospel?
First I think it's a good question... It maybe implied but just to be clear.. you are saying that if you must hear the Gospel to be saved, and God truly desires everyone to be saved, then God should give everyone the opportunity to at least hear the Gospel. Is this correct?
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Yearling
Jul
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comment Politics and Religion
@AaronH I personally don't agree with endorsing candidates as a believer. I've heard so much bashing from people who say they are Christian. 1 Pet 2:17 "Honor everyone. Love the brotherhood. Fear God. Honor the emperor." We get so angry about politics, it proves our trust is not in God. Politics don't save, God does. Prov 21:1 "The king’s heart is a stream of water in the hand of the Lord; he turns it wherever he will." We vote, but ultimately God is sovereign. I think Pastors should teach biblical principles on the character of what a godly leaders should be
Jul
20
comment Politics and Religion
@AaronH thanks for the reply... Because God also says in Hosea 13:4 "But I am the Lord your God from the land of Egypt; you know no God but me, and besides me there is no savior." Also, reading the rest of the chapter, It seems that God is saying (paraphrasing) "where are the kings you trusted in, I am the only one who can save. I have set up kings and brought them down" Related scriptures: 1 Sam 8, Psa 118:9, Psa 146:3. Is this your interpretation? trying to understand more about what you are saying. :)
Jul
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comment Politics and Religion
@aaronh can u explain why u added that scripture?
Jul
20
answered Must everyone live a quiet life?
Jul
18
comment What caused the Fall of Mankind?
@Mawia that is expected with so many different translations. The translations I usually read are the NKJV, ESV, NASB, and at times the NLT. All of those have the "with her" clause in there. But, in either case, I still don't think Adam had to choose to eat the fruit. I think if you could explain why you believe that dying was all he could do that would be helpful.
Jul
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comment Politics and Religion
@AndrewLeach just to add as a distinction, that is why I said above "they themselves don't care to keep it", not "they themselves aren't able to keep it", because we all fall short.
Jul
18
comment Politics and Religion
@AndrewLeach I totally agree, and I guess I should've clarified that. It is one thing vote for someone who will fall short, I'll vote for the person who is really trying to please God, but comes short. But, it is another thing to vote for a person who is just pandering to the "conservative" crowd to get votes.
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awarded  Commentator
Jul
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comment What caused the Fall of Mankind?
@Mawia, Ok where was Adam? It does say "and she also gave some to her husband who was with her, and he ate." It says he was with her. But let's say he wasn't, was it really the loving conclusion to eat of the fruit also? There is no way that if my wife sins, that it is good for me to go ahead and sin with her, that isn't loving her. Actually, if Adam couldn't convince her not to sin, he should've helped restore her to God, he should have mourned the sin, not joined in with her.
Jul
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comment What caused the Fall of Mankind?
I really like the first part of the answer, however I wouldn't compare Adam's disobedience to a symbol of God's love. Actually Adam didn't love his wife according to what true love was. This is proven because he did not try to stop her, and also when he got caught by God, he blamed her. Adam didn't give his life for his wife, because he didn't save her from anything, he actually participated in her condemnation.
Jul
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answered What caused the Fall of Mankind?
Jul
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answered Politics and Religion
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
17
answered How did Adam and Eve win at Hide and Seek?
Jul
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comment Are there Biblical reasons why a Christian should not believe that Global Warming is happening
@yvonnezoe, yeah it is strange to me, I just heard it again on the radio, and again I don't mind if someone doesn't believe in it, but I just don't see the relationship to Christianity. It just bugs me that I haven't heard a sound biblical reason why it is opposed.