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The way in which believers communicate to God

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What's the point of supplication prayers when the living believers are asking the other living ones to pray for them? I mean apostle Paul asked other believers to pray for him. Why did he do that whil …
asked Feb 11 '12 by brilliant
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Possible Duplicates: Praying to people outside the Trinity What is the Basis for the solicitation of prayers from dead saints I understand that those who practice praying to the saints rely …
asked Mar 2 '12 by brilliant
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Which God do Muslims pray to according to Catholic, Orthodox and main-stream Protestant tradition? They believe that God cannot be One and Three at the same time. They believe that God can only be On …
asked May 26 '12 by brilliant
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I mean, there could be thousands of Orthodox Christians at this moment praying to, say, Saint Blessed Xenia of St. Petersburg, and there could probably be even more of Catholic Christians praying righ …
asked Feb 7 '12 by brilliant
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This question is a multiple-tradition overview question, which means that all kinds of views on the matter from all various traditions that are present in Christianity are welcome. Is prayer an … integral part of worshiping, or is it possible to worship without a prayer? Would this kind of worship be reckoned as valid? If possible, please answer in the perspective of both Old Testament and New Testament. …
asked Feb 6 '12 by brilliant
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Is this true that before the Reformation, all Christians in Europe would have to study Latin in order to understand the prayers pronounced during Masses in Roman Catholic Churches?
asked Nov 29 '16 by brilliant
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What I mean here by "regenerated" is being born of God, i.e. become a child of God. Has this matter been discussed in Christianity? If the question is too broad, then I am firstly after the protestant …
asked Jan 12 '12 by brilliant
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When is the first documented case of Christians praying to the dead saints? (A point in comments was brought up that "asking the dead saints" does not mean "praying to the dead saints" as "prayer is …
asked Jan 31 '15 by brilliant
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According to the Bible, will those who have heard about Jesus (and, perhaps, even believed that Jesus existed or that he had a special role) and yet have never prayed directly to Him (i.e. never addressed Him in prayer by using the name "Jesus") go to hell? …
asked Oct 6 '11 by brilliant