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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.
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comment How diverse or united is Christian history on the imagery of “Father” and “Son”?
Extra late reply, but that kind of ignores the terminology that God uses. Gender isn't really the point, the point is really role/position. There are roles given to men specifically as well as roles to women. Eph 5:22-33 is a good example of roles and how it relates to Christ and the Church. I could get more in depth, but to neutralize gender is to also misunderstand our roles. And just to be clear different roles does not mean inequality. As the Son is equal with the Father, but they have different roles. I'd like to hear more about the unintended effects you mentioned.
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revised What's the right terminology here for what God's allowing something, but not blessing it?
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revised How diverse or united is Christian history on the imagery of “Father” and “Son”?
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answered What's the right terminology here for what God's allowing something, but not blessing it?
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answered How diverse or united is Christian history on the imagery of “Father” and “Son”?
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answered Would the story of Jesus hold more significance if he were a man like us?
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revised If we are saved by grace, then why does Jesus say we must be baptized in both spirit and water?
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comment If we are saved by grace, then why does Jesus say we must be baptized in both spirit and water?
@mason Its hard to be clear in short messages. But i guess what i was trying to say: Is it possible for a person who's ultimate destination is hell to be in paradise with Christ. And especially in the context that the thief asked to be remembered when Jesus comes into his kingdom. With the context of kingdom being the kingdom of heaven. The reason that this is important is if the thief is going to heaven after paradise, then the concept still stands. By the way thx 4 the input.
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comment If we are saved by grace, then why does Jesus say we must be baptized in both spirit and water?
I read ur post... but I don't think John 20:17 definitely answers the question about what paradise is. Revelation 2:7 “To him who overcomes I will give to eat from the tree of life, which is in the midst of the Paradise of God.”’ 2 Cor 12 - 2 ...such a one was caught up to the third heaven. 3 And I know such a man—whether in the body or out of the body I do not know, God knows— 4 how he was caught up into Paradise and heard inexpressible words, which it is not lawful for a man to utter. Paradise may not exactly be heaven... but I still don't think someone going to hell would be in Paradise.
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answered If we are saved by grace, then why does Jesus say we must be baptized in both spirit and water?