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Don't the questions of Hebrews 1:5 and 1:13 demand an answer of 'None'? So how can Jehovah's Witnesses say that Jesus is the archangel Michael?

The part of the question on why Jehovah's Witnesses say that Jesus is Michael has been discussed before, for example for example in this question. One of the answers explained the reasons for this ...
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What is the biblical basis for typology between Moses and Jesus?

The connection is made in Acts 3:22-23, where Peter makes the connection between Jesus and the promise in Deut 18:15 that God would send another prophet like Moses. Other than this direct connection, ...
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How do those who interpret John 10:30 as a claim to full divine equality by Jesus also interpret John 10:29, which says the Father is greater?

How do those who interpret John 10:30 as a claim to full divine equality by Jesus also interpret John 10:29, which says the Father is greater? Jesus has two natures, one human and the other divine. ...
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How do those who interpret John 10:30 as a claim to full divine equality by Jesus also interpret John 10:29, which says the Father is greater?

1. It's a paradoxical statement Such a statement is constructed for effect, and careful consideration of whether you have a contradiction, or why one statement takes priority is mandated at such times....
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Have any prominent theologians or Biblical academics argued that the original Eucharistic meals contained psychoactive properties beyond normal wine?

Brian Muraresku is a Biblical academic, in the sense that he is a religious influencer. You can find a sermon that he preached at Westmoreland Congregational United Church of Christ here. A typical ...
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Who is the earliest theologian arguing for a 'memorial ordinance' theory of the Eucharist as opposed to a 'real presence sacramental' one?

Apparently, one may argue that Justin Martyr was the first apart from the Bible account. First is the quote and then commentary (emphasis mine). And this food is called among us Εὐχαριστία1910 [the ...
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Has any trinitarian these days ever come across an argument for proof of the deity of Christ that goes like this:

An argument could also be made similarly. The only entity that can save anyone (defined as ensuring eternal life with God because sins are paid for) is God. Jesus saves. Therefore, Jesus is God.
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Has any trinitarian these days ever come across an argument for proof of the deity of Christ that goes like this:

I have never heard any Trinitarian put forward such a simplistic argument. The first hurdle to clear is to define “God”. The second hurdle is to define what is meant by “Jesus saves”. Let me ...
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