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Does Wm. Golding's book "Lord of the Flies" correctly present the theology of "The Fallen Nature of Man" according to Christian Protestantism?

William Golding wrote about a group of Boy Scouts who were stranded on an island, and who tried to set up a society among themselves. At first they were quite civil and logical in their social ...
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Are there any texts from the Bible that summarize the Gospel?

Trying to come up with a list of essentials to center a gospel message on. I've seen the "Roman road of salvation" used before, but I am wondering if there are any specific summaries in the ...
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Does only one sin in your entire life disqualify you for the kingdom of God?

While on this earth Jesus lived a sinless life. If you belive on him his perfect righteousness is imputed unto you as if you lived a sinless life. God is a perfectionist. If you have commited even one ...
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According to Protestant belief, when did Jesus present His blood into the Holy of Holies as required by Law?

In the Old testament, it was important for the High priest to present a bowl of pure, spotless blood in the Holies of Holies. If accepted by Jehovah, the Israelites would be in God's favor. In the ...
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Does Jesus' descending into hell in the Apostles Creed have any reference to the scapegoat's descend in the Jewish tradition?

The Creed of the Apostles say that Jesus descended into hell after his death on the cross. He is referred to as the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world. In this context, it would be ...
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Did Jesus have a different Will in Lk 22:42 ? What was it like?

We see Jesus entering his Passion , in Lk 22: 41-43 (NRSVCE): Then he withdrew from them about a stone’s throw, knelt down, and prayed, “Father, if you are willing, remove this cup from me; yet, not ...
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Is there any homeless hospice run by Archdiocese of Toronto?

I might get homeless. Is there any holy sacred good clean Christ-like homeless hospice run by Archdiocese of Toronto? Cardinal Collin's administration.
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Has anyone heard of or seen anything that Angels can be redeemed? [closed]

Has anyone heard of or seen anything that Angels can be redeemed as My boyfriend prayed that he could save the angel and offered to give himself to the lake of fire. Can someone please help?
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How does the title of Mary as Co-Redemptrix exemplify or encourage simplicity towards Christ?

From the website Catholic.Org comes this explanation of what is meant by the title Co-Redemptrix as applied to Mary, the Mother of Jesus: In his helpful Introduction to Mary: The Heart of Marian ...
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What is chronologically the last mention of redemption in the Bible? [closed]

What is chronologically the last mention of redemption in the Bible?
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How does uniting to Christ's suffering work?

What is the Catholic teaching on uniting with Christ's suffering? Specifically when we go through some kind of suffering and we acknowledge it as God's will and converse it with Christ. It reminds us ...
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What is the Current Official View of the Catholic Church on the Redemptive Work of Christ?

This question is not about whether Catholics think salvation is a process or a one time thing, it is more nuanced than that. I am looking for precise theological interpretations of Christ's ...
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Creation, Fall, Redemption (Restoration/New Creation): Who said it first?

Who is the author who first described the biblical metanarrative of scripture as Creation, Fall, Redemption -- and some include Restoration or New Creation?
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Why many Catholics believe that Mary is co-redemptrix?

Where does the belief come from? Why is her intercession believed to be necessary? Please provide Biblical evidence for the belief as well as Traditional sources.
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Is there an explanation in Catholicism as to why it was the Son and not the others of the Blessed Trinity to become man and be crucified for our sake?

According to Catholic faith and theology, once God decreed to save mankind, redemption would be by the work of God-made-man. For us men and for our salvation, he came down from heaven: [...] ...
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According to Catholic doctrine, why did Jesus Christ have to die to save mankind if only the physical body is involved in death?

Catholics say:The soul is immortal; all humans have one. Adam sinned and his physical body returned to dust, but his soul moved on to phase 2. According to Catholic doctrine, why does the whole plan ...
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