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comment What is the difference, if any, between the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives vs. the apostles lives?
What are the 70? And for this question, I guess I'm referring to those apostles present in John 20:22, for arguments sake.
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comment Who saved people before ~33AD?
Minor note @user729, God is not commanding cannibalism in those passages, it is just being predicted.
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comment How to know whether God truly spoke to you?
I emphasize that you are to test this man based on his aligning with the gospel, as per @fredsbend's answer, and that alone. "A man named Simon had practiced sorcery in the city... He boasted that he was someone great, and all the people, both high and low, gave him their attention and exclaimed, “This man is rightly called the Great Power of God.” They followed him because he had amazed them for a long time with his sorcery... Peter answered... You have no part or share in this ministry, because your heart is not right before God." -Acts 8:9-21. Trust scripture, not your own eyes.
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comment Will God destroy the earth again?
@AndrewGrimm, "There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus." -Galatians 3:28. So yes, we can be saved :) even though, like men, we surely don't deserve to be by our own merit.
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comment What is the basis of the argument that asserts that Open Theism is heretical?
Would like to throw in a verse to support point #2: "I the LORD do not change." -Malachi 3:6. Therefore, saying He can goes against scripture.
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comment How does the bible describe heaven
As for your first comment, @FFCoder, "good teachings" don't always mean "true teachings." It's not for the difference of heaven that we should choose to follow the teaching of the bible. If that were so, we'd just choose the best heaven offered from among the various religions. The fact that it is true is why we follow it.
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comment Rephrase: Does the Bible claim itself to be inerrant?
Yes it is! The question you referenced, @El'endiaStarman, answered my question perfectly. I think I'm going to vote to close this as duplicate, thanks for comments/answers though!
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revised Rephrase: Does the Bible claim itself to be inerrant?
added 121 characters in body; edited title
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comment Rephrase: Does the Bible claim itself to be inerrant?
Oh, right. I think I have a question title change in mind that will hopefully include everyone without assuming the Bible is inerrant, yet still answer my question. Did the title change help?
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revised Rephrase: Does the Bible claim itself to be inerrant?
Added clarification based on comments received.
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comment Rephrase: Does the Bible claim itself to be inerrant?
Clarified: I know any answer can't, by nature, be a perfect proof because of the recursiveness, but I think it worthwhile to find out if the Bible claims itself to be inerrant or if people just assumed it was later. Added this to my question.
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comment Rephrase: Does the Bible claim itself to be inerrant?
I agree, hence the disclaimer at the top of my answer. The reason I asked anyway is that I'm operating under the assumption that the Bible is, at the very least, not grossly incorrect. If it was recorded in scripture that "Everything the apostles writes is inerrant," then I'd be ok with that.
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answered Could there be any possible action proving Yahweh to be cruel?
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revised Rephrase: Does the Bible claim itself to be inerrant?
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comment What is the difference, if any, between the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives vs. the apostles lives?
You are correct :). I just kind of default to adding the tag, but it's removed now and I welcome any/all answers!