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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Explainer
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comment Is the tripartite God the judge in the Old Testament, and Jesus the appointed only judge in the New Testament?
To FMS' point, also Acts 12.
Sep
19
accepted Isn't “Jehovah-Jireh” (and other such names) just the name of a place?
Sep
19
awarded  Custodian
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reviewed Reviewed Is lust sometimes not sinful?
Sep
19
comment Is lust sometimes not sinful?
It would be helpful to reference specifically what verse you're quoting. It's not even clear if your quotation is a paraphrase, since it doesn't seem like a traditional or popular translation. Also, it might be better to be more direct in your answers instead of streaming rhetorical questions. Finally, an excellent answer would include input from multiple passages in the Bible, if such passages exist. Are there other passages about lust or sin that would help answer this question?
Sep
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awarded  Custodian
Sep
19
reviewed Looks OK Praying to people outside the Trinity
Sep
18
answered What is the biblical basis for why the sending of the Holy Spirit was necessary?
Sep
18
comment What is the biblical basis for why the sending of the Holy Spirit was necessary?
@FMS, Yes, that's apparent, but Matt asked about denominations as well.
Sep
18
revised What is the biblical basis for why the sending of the Holy Spirit was necessary?
The title has been aptly amended to improve the question. Asking for a specific denominational source may hinder ones ability to answer.
Sep
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comment What is the biblical basis for why the sending of the Holy Spirit was necessary?
I see. but I still cast doubt on the premise of your question. I don't think it's necessary for a denomination to be specified when answering this question.
Sep
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comment What is the biblical basis for why the sending of the Holy Spirit was necessary?
@MattGutting, I think asking about the biblical basis is key to this question. There's nothing wrong with having differing answers.
Sep
18
comment Isn't “Jehovah-Jireh” (and other such names) just the name of a place?
Mathman, your answer is very satisfying, thanks.
Sep
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comment Isn't “Jehovah-Jireh” (and other such names) just the name of a place?
To fredsbend comment, how does that impact names given to places/altars? How can those be properly considered titles/names of God?
Sep
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comment How do we know Jesus is God incarnate?
@JohannesSchaub-litb. I think I'm applying a similar logic that Jesus employs when he reasons with the teachers in Luke 20:41-44. Paul uses similar techniques in Hebrews 1. This method of discovery and reasoning is essential because the Word is God-breathed, thus "all scripture is profitable for doctrine...."
Sep
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answered What changed between the Old and New Testaments?
Sep
16
revised Isn't “Jehovah-Jireh” (and other such names) just the name of a place?
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asked Isn't “Jehovah-Jireh” (and other such names) just the name of a place?