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Dec
16
comment Is the fruit referred to in John 15:5 the same as the fruit of the Spirit?
Jesus' statement in John 15:5 is general enough that it can indeed include the fruit of the Spirit mentioned in Galatians. After all, he said he was departing and sending the Spirit to continue the work.
Dec
15
comment From a reformed theology perspective, is there any Biblical argument against having a concubine?
@Clockwork-Muse The "husband of one wife" was objected to because it limited application to a particular position in the church. I just used NT passages, assuming that the poster wanted modern sensibilities.
Dec
15
comment From a reformed theology perspective, is there any Biblical argument against having a concubine?
OK, more verses and stronger intro added.
Dec
15
revised From a reformed theology perspective, is there any Biblical argument against having a concubine?
Added more supporting verses and fuller intro.
Dec
15
comment From a reformed theology perspective, is there any Biblical argument against having a concubine?
Then I removed the first two. Do you think verses against adultery and fornication will make a stronger case? Perhaps you are already aware of those?
Dec
15
revised From a reformed theology perspective, is there any Biblical argument against having a concubine?
removed less relevant verses
Dec
15
comment According to the Tablet theory, why do the authors of Genesis write in third person?
"Is there any solution as to why this is?" This is pretty vague as a question. Can you sharpen it? You are making the 3rd person into a problem and I don't see why it is. It's a pretty common literary device.
Dec
14
answered What does childbearing have to do with the salvation of a woman?
Dec
14
answered From a reformed theology perspective, is there any Biblical argument against having a concubine?
Dec
14
answered How is the contradiction explained between 1 Chronicles 1:32 and Genesis 25:1
Dec
10
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
9
comment Is there a case to be made that Luke wrote the book of Hebrews?
Two people think Luke wrote the epistle: hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/questions/2942/…
Dec
9
comment Is there a case to be made that Luke wrote the book of Hebrews?
Gina, these two passages don't contradict one another. Also, it seems like a very precarious reason why you'd wonder if Luke wrote Hebrews, since he didn't write Romans. Can you explain why you pick Luke of all people as a possible author of Hebrews?
Dec
9
answered Can Man see God?
Dec
7
reviewed Leave Open Do Christians and Muslims worship the same God?
Dec
7
reviewed Leave Open Is there a verse about “big” and “small” lies being the same in God's kingdom?
Dec
7
reviewed Close Who, according to Catholic teaching, do Muslims worship?
Dec
7
reviewed Close What is the view of the Qur'an within the Catholic Church?
Dec
7
reviewed Close How do the Pope, Bishops, Priests relate to one another in the Catholic Church's hierarchy?
Dec
7
reviewed Leave Open Is Satan's doom settled, or could he still get a reprieve from God?