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comment Why do many churches use grape juice in communion?
This is what is what I have alway heard growing up Church of God. Mainly, if you are an alcoholic, just a small amount can be a trigger and not as much that any consumption is and of itself is necessarily a sin. Better to be careful. 1 Corinthians 8:9 "Be careful, however, that the exercise of your rights does not become a stumbling block to the weak."
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revised What is the significance of Jesus' spitting on the ground in the book of John?
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comment Did Judas Iscariot know that Jesus would be killed when he turned Jesus over to the Pharisees?
I often wondered if Judas, having seen the miracles of Jesus, and believing he was the messiah, was attempting to make Jesus 'play his hand' and rise up against the Romans, this would explain why he was so quick to off himself when his plan failed.
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comment Does Numbers 5:11-22 describe sanctioned abortion?
@ShemSeger, oh thats great info, you should write that up as an answer.
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asked What do modern evangelicals/dispensationalists believe about the general resurrection and final judgment?
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comment How does dispensationalism reconcile Romans 11?
@curiousdannii interesting, I had not thought of it that way, the question assumes dispensationalists believe the temple will be rebuilt, however I was unsure about the nature of sacrifices going on there. If there is diversity of thought here among dispensationalists, perhaps 3 questions are in order? 1) Will the temple be rebuilt 2) What is the nature of the sacrifices going on there 3) What is going on with Romans 11 in light of that.