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There are too many prophecies that were fulfilled in the coming and resurrection of Christ that are generally agreed by most scholars to numerate without writing a book. However to facilitate a sketch of an overview I would first call attention to a nice summary of a LIST OF OLD TESTAMENT PASSAGES MESSIANICALLY APPLIED IN ANCIENT RABBINIC WRITINGS as a sort ...


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Are there instances of miracles that are officially recognized by non-Catholic denominations? The short answer seems to be yes. Many Christians have overlooked the Marian Apparitions at Zeitoun, Egypt which began in 1968 at St. Mary’s Coptic Orthodox Church. What is the most witnessed Marian apparition of the 20th century? Most would say Our Lady of Fatima ...


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If predictive prophecy can be considered a "miracle" than there is one in the Lutheran church. In the Lutheran Confessions, a reference is made related to the private revelations of a Franciscan monk named John Hilten. According to the Lutheran Confessions, this monk's revelation was authenticated because he had an accurate prediction of the coming ...


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This is such a big subject, you really need to read a book about it. All I can do in a short answer is to point you to one which deals with that question, and many more, all related to a global flood catastrophe. This particular book is a revised edition of 1994 and I will stick to chapter 3, headed, The Effects of the Flood are Visible Today, sticking also ...


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No. A flood covering the land to a height higher than the Mt. Ararat is not possible. The amount of water on earth is by far not sufficient to have such phenomenon, even if all ice melted (and it is scientifically proven that it didn't) and all water in the atmosphere was on the land (which would contradict the telling of the Bible, saying that it rained ...


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Okay, I feel like I need to take a second for a PSA. This is a controversial topic for which multiple perspectives and ardent disagreements exist. Anyone presenting a perspective as if it is irrefutable fact is being dishonest. Doubly so if they refuse to disclose their perspective. This answer is according to a YEC interpretation of available evidence. For ...


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Are there any remains/fossils after Noah's flood? Many believe that such discoveries exist. But the big question here is how to interpret the physical and biological finds. That is the biggest obstacle! One example is how to explain why there are fish fossils near the top of Mt. Everest. Was it a caused by some sort of universal flood or simply by the ...


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Bloodletting and Protestantism? Just a little clarification before continuing here. The Council of Tours in 1163, did not exactly prohibited bloodletting completely. It is true that it declared bloodletting as being an abhor to the Church. In 1163 this Church edict simply prohibited monks and priests, who often stood in as doctors, from performing ...


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