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comment Elijah “The barrel of meal shall not waste, neither shall the cruse of oil fail” miracle or not?
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reviewed Reopen Where does the idea that you cannot conceive of light until you see it come from?
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revised Elijah “The barrel of meal shall not waste, neither shall the cruse of oil fail” miracle or not?
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answered Elijah “The barrel of meal shall not waste, neither shall the cruse of oil fail” miracle or not?
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revised Elijah “The barrel of meal shall not waste, neither shall the cruse of oil fail” miracle or not?
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comment Do Christians receive the same inheritance as Messianic Jews?
Up to you; but if you mean people get bored because of the speed, I can handle this speed of communication if you can.
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comment Do Christians receive the same inheritance as Messianic Jews?
OK, what I wrote in chat was: "The Law is not a means of salvation but a way to point out our sin. (Romans 8:3) Now I think about it, I don't think the Law was ever intended to bring us salvation because it can't. There's only Grace - Amazing as it is." We can set up a dedicated chat room or leave it there... your choice.
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comment Do Christians receive the same inheritance as Messianic Jews?
We should probably take this to chat... :)
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comment Do Christians receive the same inheritance as Messianic Jews?
I don't think Jesus' words in Mat 23 at all imply any exclusivity to salvation. Indeed, I'm sure God's grace extends to people before Abram, eg Noah.
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comment Do Christians receive the same inheritance as Messianic Jews?
I have to disagree with "the promise of Salvation no longer is exclusive to the Jewish Nation". I don't think it ever was; see eg Numbers 15:15-16.
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comment Do Christians receive the same inheritance as Messianic Jews?
I have to downvote this for two reasons. 1. The parable in Matt 20 implies people hired at all times get the same reward; your "on the other hand... neither Jew nor Greek" seems to imply otherwise. 2. Though Christians believe themselves to be "the Body of Christ", I don't see how that makes us Jews.
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comment The availability of supernatural power: A mistake?
I'm really not sure what you are asking. To which "supernatural power" are you referring? What is the "it" in your penultimate paragraph "why then did God allow it in the first place"? Finally, this might be closed as "too broad" since you are explicitly asking for opinions. Can you narrow it down eg to a specific denomination or theologian?
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comment Bishops have no free will?
Well, I think it would have been better to research with some other translations first, so yes IMO. Sorry.
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revised Bishops have no free will?
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answered Bishops have no free will?
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comment In what way does God derive pleasure from us?
This might help - in what way does any father derive pleasure from having children? I'm not sure any answer can give that justice, but it nevertheless true.