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Where in the New Testament is God described as a Yahweh?

Some of the other answers dealt with the translation of words, where Hebrew and Greek use different words for God because they are different languages. There is also a translation of ideas and their ...
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Where in the New Testament is God described as a Yahweh?

The Old Testament (written in Hebrew) is very clear that there is only one Lord God Almighty, creator and sustainer of all life. In Hebrew, his name is comprised of four consonants – YHWH – without ...
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Did Jesus the Christ practise Judaism?

No, Jesus did not practise Judaism. According to the New Testament, Jesus practised Christianity. And Judaism and Christianity are two different religions. Jesus clearly teached the beginning of a new ...
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Where in the New Testament is God described as a Yahweh?

Maybe you can find a possible answer in the Appendix of the New World Translation, whose translation committee decided to use the name of God (Yahweh or in common English: Jehovah) in their ...
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Where in the New Testament is God described as a Yahweh?

"Yahweh" is a Hebrew word. The New Testament is written in Greek, so obviously the name "Yahweh" is not used, instead are used Greek titles like "Theos" (God) or "...
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Struggling w/ Jesus and Jewish law

First off all, I hope and pray you recover quickly! Secondly, I want to preface my answer by letting you know that while I have been a life-long Christian, my answers are going to probably be a bit ...
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Struggling w/ Jesus and Jewish law

[I'm dealing with a high fever that makes concentrating difficult so I hope I manage to make sense as I write here.] I'm going to focus on just one aspect of your question: Third, I don't understand ...
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Struggling w/ Jesus and Jewish law

The "Jewish Law" of the Talmud and other "historical" documents are not God's word. They are the writings of the traditions of men, and are not scripture. The Law given at Sinai ...
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Struggling w/ Jesus and Jewish law

OP:Isaiah 53 speaks of the Messiah coming as a suffering servant, One who is led as a lamb to the slaughter and who takes our sorrows, infirmities, and punishment on Himself. OP: In this particular ...
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Struggling w/ Jesus and Jewish law

To address a part of the question not yet addressed by other answers (as of the posting of this answer), a key part of understanding Jesus as the Messiah (and the Messiah in general) is understanding ...
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Struggling w/ Jesus and Jewish law

I recommend you to study these sites in details for detailed answers of the Jewish objections to Jesus. Michael L. Brown has debated various Rabbis on these topics, and his debates are on youtube. ...
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Struggling w/ Jesus and Jewish law

See @Mike's answer for your first question. But I'd point out that the earliest Christians were virtually all Jews, and in Acts 21:20 thousands of them are described as "all zealous for the Law.&...
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Struggling w/ Jesus and Jewish law

From reading your question I see two main ideas that possibly you have not considered. The first is that of the covenants God made with man in the Old Testament prior to Moses, and how the Mosaic ...
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Do Christians believe that Jews and Muslims go to hell?

I am a Christian and I do not know. It does not work on this way. You can not get answers by finding some hadith or talmud verse about your problem, because there is no such thing in Christianity. Of ...
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Do Christians believe that Jews and Muslims go to hell?

This question has been contemplated by Christian theologians for some time and is answered by the "greatest commandment". https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Commandment Those that love ...
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Do Christians believe that Jews and Muslims go to hell?

Is God only the God of the Jews? Or only the God of the Christians? God is the God of all - and he desires that all be saved. It is true that salvation is of the Jews and through Jesus Christ, but it ...
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Do Christians believe that Jews and Muslims go to hell?

There are very many different Christian groups or denominations, my view as a Christian is that both Jews and Muslims have rejected the sonship of Jesus as the Son of God. This is the only thing that ...
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Do Christians believe that Jews and Muslims go to hell?

There are two kinds of Christianity that will give you two different answers. The first kind believes that we are saved by the works that God graciously performs in us. The second group believes that ...
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Do Christians believe that Jews and Muslims go to hell?

The Christian logic is simple: we cannot do good deeds on our own, but need the grace coming from God through Jesus Christ in order to do those good deeds. After we try so hard to love perfectly but ...
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What caused radical shift in Protestant disposition toward Jews between Martin Luther and today?

The answer to the shift from the Church being antisemitic to philo-semitic or Zionist, can be seen from the corollary to the evolution of Evangelicalism from the traditional hierarchical Church ...
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