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I'm interpreting the primary thrust of your question to be why did Jesus need to die for the sins of the Jews, since Jews are saved as faithful children of Abraham. My answer is quite simply is: Because the Jewish scriptures say that peace with God and the lifting up of the sins of the Jews would come through the sacrificial offering of the life of God's ...


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Romans 3:23-26 says, "everyone has sinned and is far away from God's saving presence. 24 But by the free gift of God's grace all are put right with him through Christ Jesus, who sets them free. 25-26 God offered him, so that by his blood he should become the means by which people's sins are forgiven through their faith in him. God did this in order to ...


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Why did Jesus need to die for our sins? Romans 5:12 gives us the clear answer as to why Jesus had to die: That is why, just as through one man sin entered into the world and death through sin, and so death spread to all men because they had all sinned. Who was the "one man" that brought sin into the world? That was Adam. When we look at the ...


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What is the difference in rewards between a person who is virgin till death and a person who is married? So what is will be the difference in reward after they die. And reach heaven. At a Catholic point of view some of the saints in heaven will have special halos. St. Thomas Aquinas states that virgins, doctors and martyrs will receive special aureoles: An ...


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The bible lays out the plan God had from the beginning - here is a brief summary leading to why Jesus had to die. Shortly after the Genesis creation, God chose Abram (changed to Abraham later) and asked him to do several things. Because he proved faithful and responsive to God's requests of him, God promised to make of him a great nation from his blood line (...


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There could be two reasons for your confusion, and I answer as one who was a member of a Baptist church for many years, but am now a member of a Reformed Protestant group. It’s worth noting that that most famous and respected of Baptists, Charles H. Spurgeon, agreed with Reformed teaching on the reason why Jesus died for sins. Now, those two points of ...


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([caveat]- This outline is not necessarily the ‘Baptist’ understanding - it is charismatic. If this question is only asking for the Baptist perspective, when/if this is confirmed, I will remove this answer.) The reason Jesus had to die for our sin is simple. We see this in what the Law demands. Any violation - the penalty was the same, death. The word ...


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The Jews, like everyone else, were, and are sinners. Most of the Israelites in the Old Testament age were not saved because they had no faith in a coming Saviour. Some of them were saved because they had this faith, including Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, all the prophets, and others such as Rahab, Ruth and many others. The way of salvation throughout the ...


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