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

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I don't see how to answer this without copying and pasting the entire resolution from the other site, but in summary, each person documented what they heard, and in total we can deduce what he actuall …
answered Jan 8 '13 by David Stratton
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this is actually exploring the entire theological framework of reformed theology using this particular verse only That's a bad idea from a Reformed or any other perspective. To take one verse …
answered Nov 25 '12 by David Stratton
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A gentile is anyone who is a non-Jew. That's the standard definition. So the "non-gentiles" are the Jews. There's really not much more to it than that. As for the relevance: The Jews (Israelite …
answered Nov 10 '13 by David Stratton
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I guess I'd question whether or not God's children really do suffer more than the wicked. We all suffer in this world, and while some Christians suffer horrific things, so do non-believers. But assu …
answered Oct 15 '12 by David Stratton
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I understand that there is some disagreement over how old Jesus was, and how long His earthly ministry lasted, but as your question states, most scholars believe He started at about 30 years old, and …
answered Mar 7 '13 by David Stratton
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This potential discrepancy is addressed in Apologetics Press' question: Did Both Thieves Revile Christ? Possible resolutions to the discrepancies between the accounts: Possibility #1: Initially, bo …
answered Jan 8 '13 by David Stratton
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) and you have the plot (the Gospel). To muddy the waters, the first four books of the New Testament are called "the Gospels". Each is an account of the life, death, and resurrection of Christ told …
answered Aug 11 '12 by David Stratton
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I am not sure I'm understanding the question. I see two possible things you might be asking... I don't know about evidences of others calling them the four Gospels (not sure that's exactly what … your last sentence is asking), but there is first century manuscript evidence for at least some of the Gospels. There is potentially evidence for the book of Matthew in a few fragments, but the dating …
answered Feb 6 '13 by David Stratton
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No, you cannot ask for anything and expect to receive it. You can only expect God to give you what you pray for if what you ask for is consistent with His will. See 1 John 5:14-15 14 This is the …
answered Nov 22 '13 by David Stratton
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Not within the Biblical accounts, which is the only recorded history of that particular day/location. There's no reason to dogmatically state that there were only two others with Christ. It's certai …
answered Jan 9 '13 by David Stratton
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Jesus' most clear statements on the end times are in Matthew 24. You can see for yourself what He said. I don't see anything about "blood moons" here, but this passage is far from the only passage i …
answered Jul 31 '14 by David Stratton
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In context: 21 From that time forth began Jesus to shew unto his disciples, how that he must go unto Jerusalem, and suffer many things of the elders and chief priests and scribes, and be kille …
answered Jan 14 '13 by David Stratton