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Dec
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revised Why did foot washing become a common practice in Christianity?
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Dec
11
revised Why did foot washing become a common practice in Christianity?
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Dec
11
comment Why did foot washing become a common practice in Christianity?
Sorry about the brief answer. The background is so large, I don't know what to include, it grows, like leaven! Don't even start me up about the kingdom of God! PS When I chose the Footwasher nick at the Theologyweb campus, I didn't even know what I was doing!
Dec
11
revised Why did foot washing become a common practice in Christianity?
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Dec
10
answered Why did foot washing become a common practice in Christianity?
Dec
10
answered Is the following rationale for sharing the gospel consistent with reformed theology?
Dec
9
comment Why did Paul say “I am pure from the blood of all men”?
Yup, don't knock the NLT or The Message. Plenty of effort by the translators went into the dynamic equivalence, especially by Peterson.
Dec
9
comment Does believing in Jesus Christ save me, or do I have to do something more?
The Law is eternal. The Law is only for Jews. The Law should be observed through dependence on God, as if it were possible any other way: 613 precepts, ain't no small task! Israel's hardening, stiff necked belief in attempting to observe it through self effort and not believing Jesus's Way (all the Law, all through the Father ) is only temporary. When the Jews finally accept Jesus's teachings, then they WILL fulfil ALL the Law, through dependence on God (Matt 23:29). God's Word has NOT failed (Rom 9:6).
Dec
7
answered Of what nature is Satan?
Dec
7
answered Why was God so upset with Moses for striking the rock the second time in the desert?
Dec
7
revised Are Calvinism and Arminianism compatible?
Format corrections made
Dec
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answered Are Calvinism and Arminianism compatible?
Dec
7
answered Do Calvinists believe that God is the author of evil?
Dec
5
answered Was the Mosaic Covenant a covenant of “works” or “grace”?
Dec
4
answered In what way are we to be one, as Jesus and the Father are one?
Dec
4
answered How does Free Grace Theology reconcile 1 John?
Dec
2
comment How are Christians free from sin?
Excellent, comprehensive answer! I especially like the observation that as Christians we are under grace, not law. Where there is no transgression, there us no sin! +1
Dec
1
revised What's the Evangelical take on the Natural Moral Law?
Spellings corrected
Dec
1
answered What's the Evangelical take on the Natural Moral Law?
Nov
29
revised Does yearning to know more about God for a stronger relationship leave us hanging in confusion?
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