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comment What name was used by Peter for Baptism?
Brian, the verse cited would be Acts 2:38. Also see Acts 4:12, Philippians 2:9, John 18:26.
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comment Why do some people get healed, and others don't?
@Nick Your comment dips into complex issues of predestination and free will, God's desire to save/heal all vs only a few, etc. I would simply ask, were Jesus' words in Mark 9:23 meant literally or metaphorically? Did he really mean that anything is possible if you can believe it?
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answered Why do some people get healed, and others don't?
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comment Who believe that innocent children will also go to Hell?
@LoveTheFaith thanks for the correction, I have edited based on the source you provided.
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revised Who believe that innocent children will also go to Hell?
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comment Who believe that innocent children will also go to Hell?
I added clarification to my answer that there are exceptions to the Protestant belief I outlined. I am attempting to answer the question "Can innocent children go to hell" from both the Protestant and Catholic viewpoints (generally, although there are obviously going to be exceptions). Can you help clarify anything I could have expressed better?
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revised Who believe that innocent children will also go to Hell?
clarified that there are exceptions to the Protestant teachings I outlined
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answered Is SIN a sin just because God says it is sin?
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comment According to Roman Catholic doctrine, does the incorruptible body possess blood?
I am not a Catholic, but this explanation seems to differ with the Council of Trent's declaration that "in the sacrament of the most holy Eucharist, are contained truly, really, and substantially, the body and blood together with the soul and divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ." In other words, not just mystical but literal flesh and blood.
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comment How did all the animals fit into Noah's ark?
@Wikis - In many Creationist discussions "TYPE" or "KIND" are equivalent to the biological "FAMILY". If you run a report on the animal taxonomy database by "FAMILY" here itis.gov/hierarchy.html, you will get around 5200 different "kinds" of animals. If you were to further filter that down to only land animals you will reduce the list further. I'm just suggesting this as a possible source for the number of land animal types.
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answered Do these Scripture say that prayer along with fasting is more powerful than either alone?