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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?
Feb
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Feb
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revised When is the first documented case of Christians praying to the dead saints?
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awarded  Nice Question
Feb
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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.
Feb
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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.
Feb
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revised When is the first documented case of Christians praying to the dead saints?
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Jan
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comment When is the first documented case of Christians praying to the dead saints?
"The earliest assured reference to praying to saints is Athanasius" - Can you, please, provide a quote.
Jan
31
comment When is the first documented case of Christians praying to the dead saints?
I agree with @bruisedreed - the quote is quite irrelevant to my question.
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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?
What does the word "ye" mean in that passage? Does it mean "you"?
Jan
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asked When is the first documented case of Christians praying to the dead saints?
Jan
19
comment “Jesus said to them ”I am" (John 18:6) - Did Jesus break a taboo here?
Thanks for your answer. Too bad, I've read it only now.
Jan
19
comment “Jesus said to them ”I am" (John 18:6) - Did Jesus break a taboo here?
@curiousdannii - "The whole question is based on a false premise" - If the question is something like "Since all cats are humans, then why they do not talk like humans?", you can tell then that it's based on the false premise ("cat are humans"), however, if the question is "Are cats humans?", then it's absolutely a reasonable question and there are no false premises in it.
Jan
14
accepted Apostle John lived in Ephesus - what sources claim that?