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answered What is the significance of Eve being created as a “helper fit for [Adam]?”
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comment If one divorces is it considered adultery to marry again no matter what the circumstances were for this decision?
Not Catholic. My husband had another woman move in with him during the divorce proceedings (adultery?) But, if I marry again will I be causing that man to commit adultery?
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comment If one divorces is it considered adultery to marry again no matter what the circumstances were for this decision?
Peter, where did you find this reference?
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comment If one divorces is it considered adultery to marry again no matter what the circumstances were for this decision?
I was trying for interpretation of scripture (NKJ). Not necessarily a particular doctrine. It is difficult to determine what, exactly, "under bondage" means. Perhaps, that should have been my question?
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asked If one divorces is it considered adultery to marry again no matter what the circumstances were for this decision?
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answered Should Christians come out strongly against groups that do evil in Christ's name?
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comment Why do there appear to be two very different variations of “tongues” in the New Testament?
Where did you get the information in your first paragraph? I appreciate the historic reference.
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accepted Why do there appear to be two very different variations of “tongues” in the New Testament?
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comment Why do there appear to be two very different variations of “tongues” in the New Testament?
I was thinking that because it was the first time that sort of thing happened that it was done in a way that everyone understood each other so there wasn't complete confusion. It may have freaked everyone out a lot more if no one could understand what was being said...or what they themselves were saying. So, maybe God was sort of easing them into that form of prayer?
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comment Why do there appear to be two very different variations of “tongues” in the New Testament?
Thank you. I'm still curious about the first event being one that everyone who heard it understood it as their own language...not the as the "language of angels" as I have heard it sometimes referred to as today. Why did it change into something that needed interpretation? Is there any clue for this in scripture? Or, even a personal opinion would be welcome.
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answered Why does Jesus speak of himself in the third person?