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The New Testament books describing the life of Jesus: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John

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The gospels do not specifically address the question, but the book of Hebrews does. It is appointed for men to die once--not many times. After that is the judgment--not one of many judgments--the …
answered Oct 31 '14 by Narnian
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The fact that some people are taught in school that the gospel writers copied from each certainly does not make it so. One question that arises at the outset is, "Why would the gospel writers copy fr …
answered Jan 10 '12 by Narnian
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The prophecy of Isaiah 53 asserts that Jesus would not have any extraordinary physical attributes. For He grew up before Him like a tender shoot, And like a root out of parched ground; He ha …
answered Jul 1 '13 by Narnian
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Sometimes the Scriptures identify Pharisees specifically, but other times they merely reference chief priests, who may have been Pharisees. There are a few passages of note: The Chief Priests and Sc …
answered Nov 12 '14 by Narnian
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Matthew The Gospel of Matthew appears to be written to Jews in order to present Jesus to them as the King of the Jews. As such, it was necessary to trace Jesus' lineage through Joseph, His adopted f …
answered Apr 11 '13 by Narnian
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Actually, without Jesus, Judaism is incomplete. The Old Testament, even as far back as Genesis 3, speaks of a Deliverer, a Messiah, a Savior. This Deliverer would come through the line of Abraham an …
answered Mar 7 '12 by Narnian
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Well, they were traditions--not commandments. Jesus actually rebuked them for rejecting the commandments of God in order to keep their traditions, calling them hypocrites for doing so. And he sai …
answered Aug 9 '12 by Narnian
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The Bible does emphatically state that Jesus was without sin. For we do not have a high priest who is unable to sympathize with our weaknesses, but one who in every respect has been tempted as w …
answered Mar 16 '12 by Narnian
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fact, the more difficult parables that were explained in private to the disciples are now accessible to all people. In fact, the disciples who freely recorded the meanings in the gospels also likely …
answered Jun 25 '12 by Narnian
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It was likely a common expression in that day to emphasize the importance of what would be spoken immediately after that. And, to tell you the truth, we have a similar phrase in English. We don't me …
answered Oct 14 '11 by Narnian
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There was no mandate that the gospels should appear in the order they were written once they were gathered into a collection. This is true of the rest of the New Testament as well. The order is …
answered Apr 7 '14 by Narnian
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It seems that there is an assumption in this question that suggests reason is preferable to judgment. Reason is appropriate when the problem is merely a misunderstanding, but judgment is appropriate …
answered Feb 13 '14 by Narnian