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comment Does God encourage hurting or killing others in his name in the Bible?
@curiousdannii The question itself is if God encourages hurting others in his name. The description can be edited.
Dec
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comment Does God encourage hurting or killing others in his name in the Bible?
@DJClayworth I edited my question to include a link on the popular interpretation of that verse.
Dec
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revised Does God encourage hurting or killing others in his name in the Bible?
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revised Does God encourage hurting or killing others in his name in the Bible?
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revised Does God encourage hurting or killing others in his name in the Bible?
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asked Does God encourage hurting or killing others in his name in the Bible?
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asked Elijah “The barrel of meal shall not waste, neither shall the cruse of oil fail” miracle or not?
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comment Can you renounce part of the bible, and still be a Christian?
I always thought that if God wanted other teachings and books to be in the Bible for us, he would've made it happen. Even though the Bible was assembled by men, I think it contains what God intended it to contain.
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asked Who is entitled to partake in the Lord's Supper?
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revised What caused people in Jerusalem to change so much from “Palm entrance” to crucifixion day?
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comment Do some Christian churches worship the saints and/or angels?
How can they itercede since the Bible states "For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus". In my mother language the translation also states "only mediator" . Also you are stating they are already in Heaven, which is not a generally accepted assertion between all denominations which as David suggests, could use some "back-up" with references.