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Jul
9
comment Is there a biblical basis for the division caused by theology?
There's an important difference; other religions versus other denominations. We know nothing after death except Jesus's Christ's words that we cannot know except believe (... no coming back to convince others). To say there is hope other than Jesus's Christ's words is something very new whether denominationally or religiously... I honestly don't care if it's the latter.
Jul
6
comment Is there a biblical basis for God's omnipotence or have we mistaken 'symbolism'?
What perspective are you asking from?
Jul
5
comment Does it state ANYWHERE in the Bible that pets can or can not go to heaven?
Just a thought: God didn't start anew (which may have been easier), but maintained the lineage of the animal kingdom (from creation) by asking Noah to build the ark to house the animal kingdom. Most probably they (God and animal kingdom) have a separate relationship (see Rev 5:13) which we cannot fathom??
Jun
29
comment Is God literally moving everything around the universe?
If Adam and Eve hadn't taken the fruits, or if the Tree wasn't there, or if those things hadn't happened, like for example the forced exit out of the Garden (all at that moment), then most probably the conception wouldn't have been Cain, Abel (or rather someone else) would have lived, Seth and all others would have been different, etc., which means none of us would exist today.
Jun
26
comment What is the difference between the first and second resurrection in the book of Revelation?
Additionally, please also see the various physics (not physical) realities, and understand the signs.
Jun
26
comment Is God literally moving everything around the universe?
ooh and yeah.. I strongly believe I'm here because Adam and Eve took the fruits. Think of what would happen if they didn't take the fruits... like for example another sperm would have made it in the survival of the fittest.. God loves us so much.... that this was allowed by the omnipotent almighty... so very much... and let's make the choice.
Jun
26
comment How do Catholics explain Jesus' words to the thief on the cross, in light of the doctrine of Purgatory?
I love it when Jesus Christ firmly shows that I have hope until the very end, even if can confess at the last moment/end.. (I have seen people dying, (I believe the last breath, and their words))".
Jun
26
comment Is God literally moving everything around the universe?
That is... show the idea's paternity's like for example, atheists... evolutionists... agnostics... or whatever etc.
Jun
26
comment Is God literally moving everything around the universe?
No... no... no... where did this idea come from? There are already great answers, Show your caliber/paternity in the question... and I/We will answer accordingly (mostly according to the paternity).
Jun
26
comment Was there a war in Heaven?
Jer 4:30 shows an already "spoiled" Satan, and we see Satan's first arrival in Gen 3:1 as already "subtil"; contrast with Eze 28:14+. Also, if the first creation explicitly states "green meat" for all the creation, Adam and Eve were created by an omniscient God as tillers, not as gatherers of green things, most probably because the omniscient God knew they would fall and have to go independent instead of relying on God provided "green meat". And later we see them as tillers.
Jun
24
comment Why doesn't Catholic Church support female priesthood?
See 2Kings 22:14. Judaism is not male based.
Jun
24
comment Was there a war in Heaven?
Eze 28:12, Jer 4:23 (The Creation Account in Genesis - Bruce K. Waltke)
Jun
24
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Mar
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comment When does the fall of Lucifer from God occur?
@CecilBeckum Lucifer's 'rise' may have happened after Genesis 2:4 (after the "generations of the heavens and of the earth when they were created") because the narrative thereafter [2:5-25] is suddenly like deja vu, or partly going back to the sixth day. So likely the disorder/chaos in God's perfect universe until then ("everything was good" Genesis 1:31) happened at this point (between Genesis 2:4 and 2:5), and then we see Satan's arrival in Genesis 3:1.
Mar
10
revised In Rev 9:4 What grass was left for them to not hurt?
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5
comment Did Satan unwittingly create his eternal punishment by instigating the fall of man?
No problem. True, God could have ended it there at Eden but as I understand it, that is the love, glory, greatness and grace of God. Also, please note that some of my comments are not in the correct order, they got mixed up.