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comment Who are the people explicity stated by God or people to be Prophets?
Agreed! I will vote too.
Jun
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Jun
8
answered Judah, Joseph, and Jacob's birthright
Jun
5
comment Who does Paul consider to be “Saints” in Romans 1:7?
Yes!!! This is God's view of the believers. Even though the church outwardly has many problem, in God's eyes, we are those sanctified in Christ. Just like God view Israel as without iniquities.
May
25
answered Why did heaven need to be purified by Christ's blood?
May
16
answered What does the word Glory mean in the Bible?
May
15
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May
14
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May
14
answered If we are “Saved” by grace, then why are we getting "Judged?
May
13
comment Was King Melchizedek actually Jesus? Where did this idea come from?
Hebrews 7:1 speaks of Melchizedek as “priest of the Most High God.” Melchizedek is a type of Christ as the Priest of the Most High God. In Psalm 110 we are told that God’s anointed One, the Christ, is the Priest according to the order of Melchizedek (v. 4), an order which is prior to that of Aaron. Before Aaron came into the priesthood, Melchizedek was already God’s priest.
May
3
answered Refutations of, or Thoughts on How Jesus Became God (Bart D. Ehrman)
Apr
16
answered What does it mean that Jesus fulfilled the law but did not abolish it?
Mar
18
comment Was Luke an eye-witness to the crucifixion?
I don't think so. Probably the latter.
Mar
5
comment Did the notion of “Youth Group” exist in the early church?
Paul also tells Timothy to entreat “younger men as brothers; elderly women as mothers; younger women as sisters.”
Mar
1
answered What is the meaning of 'the Sun and the Moon' in Joseph's dream?
Feb
14
comment What is the difference between the Christologies of Nestorianism and Pelagianism?
I don't think synergism could be labelled as side-by-side with Pelagian either at least in my understanding of synergism. :D He believed that human nature is still capable of good even after the fall and admitted that grace is only an adjuvant role. That doesn't sound like synergism. Regarding synergism, my view is that we are too much being bound by "theological labelling" and that both monergism and synergism are just two sides of the truth ... but I digress.
Feb
13
comment What is the difference between Apollinarianism and Eutychianism?
I won't deny that his exact belief [third nature; if that is what you are referring to] was a derived one. Eutyches do perceived only one person, the Logos of God, with only one nature, the divine nature that had absorbed the Lord’s human nature. J. N. D. Kelly most accurately describes the position of Eutyches in these terms. The notion of a tertium quid, a nature neither wholly divine nor wholly human, and which is frequently attributed to Eutyches, is actually a derived one and not precisely his confession.
Feb
13
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revised What is the difference between the Christologies of Nestorianism and Pelagianism?
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