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Has anyone attempted a unified numbering of Ten Commandments?

Has anyone attempted a unified numbering of Ten Commandments? This has, I believe, never been really seriously attempted because of the various ways in which Christians interpret the Sacred Scriptures....
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Were the Nazis "real" Christians?

In The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, William Shirer wrote: … under the leadership of Rosenberg, Bormann and Himmler — backed by Hitler —the Nazi regime intended to destroy Christianity in Germany,...
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Is there a way to find out which denomination a church calling themselves "福音派" belongs to?

"福音派" is romanized as "fū yīn pài". Chinese words are very overloaded, with each having several possible meanings, the intended meaning being determined by the context of the ...
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Has anyone attempted a unified numbering of Ten Commandments?

There have indeed been attempts unify or recover the "original form" of the Ten Commandments but no such effort has gained much traction in the Ecumenical Movement. Here is one such attempt ...
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Are there any Christian sects/denominations which reject that Jesus was born of a woman?

The most likely candidate would be one from the 'stables' of Gnosticism. It initially flourished during the middle of the second century and proved to be a major challenge for early Christianity, not ...
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Are there Christian denominations that expect Jesus to respect denominationalism in the final judgement?

There are quite a few denominations that like to hedge their bets when it comes to declaring their view on the basis of the final judgment, and any link to active membership of their own denomination. ...
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Were the Nazis "real" Christians?

Were the Nazis "real" Christians? The true and authentic Nazis were not Christians. However the masses under the Nazis regime could still be considered Christians. Adolf Hitler's religious ...
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Is it frowned upon to alternate between churches of different denominations?

Is it frowned upon to alternate between churches of different denominations? For some denominations yes, but for others no. The New Testament does not directly address the subject of attending two or ...
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What are the receptions of Olivet Assembly in these countries?

Tim, I don’t know why you are asking people to dig into obscure religious denominations in South Korea and in China. This is part of what I found when I started to research into the World Olivet ...
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Has anyone attempted a unified numbering of Ten Commandments?

It would be hard to proof nobody ever tried. But I haven’t heard of such an attempt in my lifetime. I do think such an attempt would be rather futile by the way. You can decide that one numbering or ...
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Are there Christian denominations that expect Jesus to respect denominationalism in the final judgement?

The only Christian denomination I found that believes all will ultimately be redeemed and saved (regardless of their denomination) is Universalism: In 1793, Universalism emerged as a distinct ...
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Reading Recommendations for Various (Protestant) Denominations

Any good and recent Protestant systematic theology book should do this comparative theologies in the standard division of topics (such as the doctrine of scripture, theology proper (about the Godhead),...
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Is it frowned upon to alternate between churches of different denominations?

Denominations The phenomenon of the Christian religion having many denominations can be quite befuddling! A newspaper cartoon once had a character saying, "It's a whole smorgasbord out there!&...
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Bishop Heahmund's denomination?

Bishop Heahmund's denomination? Bishop Heahmund was a Catholic Bishop of Sherborne (present-day Salisbury). Heahmund was a medieval Bishop of Sherborne. He was a warrior-bishop and he was killed ...
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