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Answer The Bible does indicate that an intermediary can be used in a confrontation with an offender if. . . The offender is a believer. AND The offender will not listen to you in private. The Bible does ...


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Before giving an answer directly two things of note: It is intellectually dishonest of a die-hard skeptic to pretend that his/her reasons for rejecting Christ and the Bible are intellectual reasons. The real reason is the love of sin, an unwillingness to give it up, and a proud hatred of being reproved. This is the condemnation, that light is come into ...


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There are a number of things to consider in the discussion of Dominionism. The quoted Scriptures in this comment are from the Word of YHVH Bible. In using Genesis 1:26 as a reference for dominion one must consider that Adam was created a sinless man when he was given dominion over the Garden of YHVH. Also, verse 26 must have the same meaning that verse 27 ...


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I have found two places where Sproul deals with this subject. The first is in Essential Truths of the Christian Faith, v2, where he expresses concern about the risks of "wrong images": I can't say for sure that to depict the human nature of Jesus is a violation of the second commandment. But I'm not sure this is wise because it could communicate an ...


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If this person truly repented, he/she would “make it right” with both God AND the person(s) wronged. I say this because Jesus made it clear when He boiled down God's commandments/expectations: Mark 12:28-34 (NIV) 28 One of the teachers of the law came and heard them debating. Noticing that Jesus had given them a good answer, he asked him, “Of ...


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Jesus said the first and greatest commandment is to love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. The second commandment is to love your neighbour as yourself (Matthew 22:37-40). Jesus was making reference to the law in Leviticus chapter 19:9-18 which said (among other things) to share with the poor and with ...


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I am responding out of my own Protestant upbringing : John the Baptist came preaching and said : Bring forth therefore fruits worthy of repentance ... Luke 3:8 KJV. In answer to the question 'What shall we do then ? he explained : He that hath two coats, let him impart to him that hath none; and he that hath meat, let him do likewise. John does not ...


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the Holy See is against all self-determination moves that are outside decolonization processes. The Catholic reason for this is fairly simple. The people don't have a right to overthrow or revolt against legitimate rulers. The reason that decolonization processes are good is that they take away a nation's unjust claim to another sovereign peoples. IE, the ...


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