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comment Was Mary the first one possible mother of God?
@Grasper You are going beyond the site's boundaries for comments. If you'd like to have a conversation, by all means open up a chat and continue it there.
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comment How did Matthew conclude that Isaiah 7:14 refers to Jesus?
@gideonmarx I don't see how this relates to Isaiah 7 not reasonably leading to Jesus as the Messiah.
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comment If God exists outside of Time how can Man have free will?
This question is too vague, since he or she does not adequately explain the tension between the two concepts for us to address.
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on If God exists outside of Time how can Man have free will?
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comment How did Matthew conclude that Isaiah 7:14 refers to Jesus?
@gideonmarx That was in reference to "Since Matthew believes Jesus is the Christ, and this passage refers to Jesus" I simply wanted answers from those who believe on those two points as Matthew believed.
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comment How did Matthew conclude that Isaiah 7:14 refers to Jesus?
I will accept this answer. I understand that there are many, many ways to explain the scriptures with reason to skeptics, and wondered if there was a way with this passage as well.
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accepted How did Matthew conclude that Isaiah 7:14 refers to Jesus?
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20
comment How did Matthew conclude that Isaiah 7:14 refers to Jesus?
You did not make this an answer? Think of the many upvotes you have have received! :)
Sep
20
asked How did Matthew conclude that Isaiah 7:14 refers to Jesus?
Sep
19
comment Is the tripartite God the judge in the Old Testament, and Jesus the appointed only judge in the New Testament?
Instead of deleting your question, why not remove all the things we keep addressing, especially about the quickness of judgment? The people are addressing your content, so please change the content of your question. Specifically, remove "immediately" and "delayed" as they are not pertinent to your question.
Sep
19
comment Is the tripartite God the judge in the Old Testament, and Jesus the appointed only judge in the New Testament?
This part answers your question: "It is effort fraught with futility to ask which Old Testament actions were performed by the Son vs the Father when the text does not denote it."
Sep
19
comment Where is the story that James (the 'brother') shared one-half of his inheritance with Jesus?
This does not answer the question about splitting the inheritance.
Sep
15
comment Since God exists outside time, how does this effect predestination?
God predestinated a process, not individuals. Misunderstanding this has led to a lot of confusion, including this question.
Sep
15
comment Is predestination predetermined by God, or is it a consequence of free will?
God predestinated a process, not individuals. Much confusion has resulted in strange questions like this one.
Sep
15
comment What did Jesus mean by “this generation will certainly not pass away..” in Matthew 24:34?
So do you see somewhere in Matt. 24 about the church and Pentecost? I just don't see it, because He's answering the question of when the temple will be torn down.
Sep
14
comment What did Jesus mean by “this generation will certainly not pass away..” in Matthew 24:34?
Can you please provide scriptural proof for your analysis, especially that Jesus has a generation?
Sep
14
comment Does the Bible give us any indication of why God created such a vast universe with so much stuff in it?
Christians never thought the earth was flat. The idea was spawned from an atheist author's one-line sentence written to ridicule Christians in his work of fiction.
Sep
13
reviewed Reject suggested edit on What is the difference between the Eastern Orthodox doctrine of deification and the little god doctrine of the Word of Faith movement?
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reviewed Leave Open Is there a way to prove the God of the Bible?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on What would be a typical Christian Pacifist response to 'rampant evil' - say in the form of large scale terrorism?