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It is true that very often Harmartia is used to mean sin or offence in the new testament. It could be exactly what Paul means in 2 Corinthians 5:21 as well, even though this has caused no small difficulty in understanding down through the centuries for individuals as much as for entire theologies. There are so many references to Jesus taking away sin, ...


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The name Im·manʹu·el means "With Us Is God", and Jehovahs Witneses (JWs) believe that is the translation of that name it-1 pp. 1187-1189. Not necessarily everyone with that name is a god, but we also consider the meaning of the name to be true in the case of Jesus. Jesus is a God, but we do not consider him to be equal or the same as Jehovah or ...


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Through the Sermon on the Mount and the Parables, Jesus taught people to practice the same virtues that they already knew about, but with differences. What - The same virtues, but to a greater extent. Go the extra mile. (Matthew 5:41) Who - Show love not only to friends, but to enemies. (Matthew 5:43-48) When - Pray without ceasing. Recall the neighbor who ...


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To understand what Chalcedon did, and did not establish with regard to whether Jesus had one will or two wills, it might be a good idea to state the crux of the Creed agreed upon by the emperor and bishops on October 25, 451. “In agreement, therefore, with the holy fathers we all unanimously teach that we should confess that our Lord Jesus Christ is one and ...


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