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How do Christians who believe that salvation can be lost interpret John 6:37-44 and John 10:11-30?

The phrase "salvation can be lost" can be a tad misleading, as "lost" has connotations of unwillingness, ie that you did not want it to be lost. Proponents of this view, however (...
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Has anybody ever seen God?

The clue is in the verse you quoted. "he hath declared him" Or 'made known'. There is ample evidence that 'seeing' does not mean with the eyes, but with the mind and heart - hence 'knowing ...
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Has anybody ever seen God?

Various solutions to this conundrum have been proposed; I'll share the 2 that I find require the fewest assumptions: No man in his frail, fallen, imperfect state can stand in the presence of God. ...
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According to Biblical Unitarians, how much does "notionalism" encompass in John's prologue?

Biblical Unitarians (BUs) do not hold that John 1:1-13 refers to notional pre-existence. For BUs, the Logos ('Word') of John 1 is generally not identified with Jesus. Rather, the understanding of '...
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Did Jesus' body stay warm in the tomb?

Did Jesus' body stay warm in the tomb? The short answer is no! Christians , including Catholics, believe that Jesus truly died on the Cross. It is hard to speak of Our Lord’s body as in being a ...
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