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comment Why are there so many translations of the Bible?
ἐγώ εἰμί [I am](en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_am_(biblical_term))
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comment What place does Lilith have in Christianity?
There was no Christianity between the life of Jesus and the compilation of the current form of the bible?
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comment Are faith and proof mutually exclusive?
@rpeg: I'm not sure who you're asking but I don't define it, instead I'm searching for the true Christian definition of it.
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comment Are faith and proof mutually exclusive?
What is "atheist ideology"? Is "buying into" a negative act? Should one "buy into" Christian ideology?
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revised Can one sin be worse than another sin, or are all sins equal?
typo: come down do -> come down to
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comment If Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) don't believe in a Holy Trinity, then who do they believe is God?
@TRiG: Yes it would normally mean "in full agreement" when talking about normal mortal humans, but when talking about separate "personages" forming "the godhead" it stands out as perhaps being the more literal "sharing one mind between them". I don't believe the bible states anywhere whether minds are physical or not. If minds are not physical it would be a sensible reading to interpret sharing a single mind.
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