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Aug
5
comment What tribe is David from?
I've answered your main question. But you've then added lots of confusing points which are actually other questions. Please try to split them up. And would you also check out our tour, since your questions will need to be well phrased to be acceptable.
Aug
5
answered What tribe is David from?
Aug
4
comment Where in the Bible does it say that Lucifer is an angel?
@TheFreemason: thank you for explaining your downvote. Indeed, I did make that mistake in the original draft of my question (assuming Lucifer = Satan) but then I added an update to explain it. That wasn't the core of this question, though, but of this question.
Aug
4
comment Are there any documented instances of anyone moving a mountain in faith?
@Flimzy - I think your argument matches your name... :) but I'll await community judgement. If four more agree, it's toast.
Aug
4
comment Are there any documented instances of anyone moving a mountain in faith?
@Flimzy - your examples are "answers to prayer" but do not fit supernatural miracle. See examples here.
Aug
4
comment Are there any documented instances of anyone moving a mountain in faith?
@Flimzy: nobody who dynamites a mountain says it was "by faith". Besides, I wrote, "I'm thinking of a genuine supernatural miracle."
Aug
4
comment Any non-exorcism style of healing miracles recorded in the Scripture?
@msk - sure. If there is a reason why you asked this that I'm missing, please let me know - here or in Christianity Chat.
Aug
4
comment Any non-exorcism style of healing miracles recorded in the Scripture?
I have voted to close as this is very broad. Even a quick glance at the Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke & John) will reveal many examples of healing types of miracles that do not reference demonic activity. Since you have found one with demonic activity, I assume you will be able to find plenty without.
Aug
4
answered Any non-exorcism style of healing miracles recorded in the Scripture?
Aug
2
comment Was the virgin conception of Jesus known to the people at the time?
@AffableGeek - very nice of you to say so but please read the comments above - I think it might only be a good answer to a different question...
Aug
2
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Aug
2
comment Was the virgin conception of Jesus known to the people at the time?
@msk: I see, I thought that God being the Father would imply virgin conception. I can see how that is not necessarily the case so I may delete this answer. Regarding the Father bit, I don't think it was common to call God Father. Jesus was pretty radical with "Our Father" and then especially with "My Father". See John 5:18.
Aug
2
answered Was the virgin conception of Jesus known to the people at the time?
Aug
2
comment Was the virgin conception of Jesus known to the people at the time?
Interesting question. Why the downvote?
Aug
1
comment Is any of Jesus' carpentry still around?
Related: What evidence is there that Jesus was a carpenter??
Aug
1
comment Premillennialist view of 1 Thessalonians 4:16
"...those who have died in Christ will rise before Christ actually comes down out of the clouds" - doesn't 1 Th 4:16 say the opposite; that Jesus will descend and then the dead in Christ shall arise?
Jul
29
comment Elijah “The barrel of meal shall not waste, neither shall the cruse of oil fail” miracle or not?
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Jul
29
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Jul
29
reviewed Reopen Where does the idea that you cannot conceive of light until you see it come from?
Jul
29
revised Elijah “The barrel of meal shall not waste, neither shall the cruse of oil fail” miracle or not?
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