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revised Was this teaching (of soul existing before a birth) condemned by the Church?
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revised Was this teaching (of soul existing before a birth) condemned by the Church?
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asked Was this teaching (of soul existing before a birth) condemned by the Church?
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comment At what moment did Eve begin to sin?
@gideonmarx - "The sin, after all, started when Eve created the first religious act, "You shall not eat it, nor shall you touch it" She invented a law while God only said, "you shall not eat"" - :) Then, we probably still need to hold Adam responsible for that as God's words must have been re-spoken to Eve by Adam - when God was saying these words to him Eve was not yet in existence.
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asked At what moment did Eve begin to sin?
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comment Has the distinction of the human and divine natures in Jesus Christ been established?
@AdithiaKusno – What do you mean by passible/impassible?
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Feb
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comment Has the distinction of the human and divine natures in Jesus Christ been established?
@AdithiaKusno - "The divinity is omnipresent, the humanity is localized" - So, would it be right to say then that when He was hungry and thirsty it was also the expression of His divine nature?
Feb
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comment Has the distinction of the human and divine natures in Jesus Christ been established?
@AdithiaKusno - So, say, when He was chasing the money-mongers from the temple, was it an act of humanity or divinity?
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revised When is the first documented case of Christians praying to the dead saints?
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comment When is the first documented case of Christians praying to the dead saints?
Could this be more like a piece of poetry rather than an instance of an actual prayer? You know, I wouldn't consider Psalm 148 to be a prayer ("Praise ye him, all his angels: praise ye him, all his hosts. Praise ye him, sun and moon: praise him, all ye stars of light. Praise him, ye heavens of heavens, and ye waters that be above the heavens.").
Feb
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comment When is the first documented case of Christians praying to the dead saints?
@user10871 - I see. Thank you.
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comment When is the first documented case of Christians praying to the dead saints?
@fredsbend - Establishing the fact that they intercede and pray for us doesn't automatically establish the fact that people should pray to them.
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revised When is the first documented case of Christians praying to the dead saints?
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