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Does the body of Jesus breathe oxygen in heaven?

God was already breathing before he created us out of the mud of the earth. He breathed into us the breath of life which implies that God lives and draws the breath of life. Genesis 2:7 And the LORD ...
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Under the laws of which regime was Jesus sentenced to death on the cross?

Roman Jurisdiction When the Roman conquered a territory it was required that only the Procurator had the power of execution. There were times when the Jews side-stepped this---like when the Roman ...
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Does the body of Jesus breathe oxygen in heaven?

We see in Jn 20:22 Jesus appearing to the disciples after the resurrection and breathing on them saying : " Receive the Holy Spirit ". So, it was the Holy Spirit that the resurrected Lord ...
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Does the body of Jesus breathe oxygen in heaven?

Breathing oxygen to sustain life is a requirement for perishable bodies. But the resurrection body, whatever form it takes, is not perishable; "Flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God, ...
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Does the body of Jesus breathe oxygen in heaven?

It's agreed by pretty much all Christians that our bodies after the resurrection will be different from the kind of body that we have now. The primary source for this is 1 Corinthians 15 Not all ...
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What are the "gospels" in the Gospels?

Gospel of the Kingdom It is best to define words in order to come to a clear understanding of any topic. First, when people refer to the four biographies of Jesus they call them "The Gospels"...
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What are the "gospels" in the Gospels?

In the first place, the Gospel is one. There is a compilation of letters from the witnesses of that time (30-90ad). There are not four gospels, although there are four letters. The apostles have ...
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What are the "gospels" in the Gospels?

As noted, "gospel" means "good news". There is one Gospel. There is also one correct history (this is a tautology). As Christians, we believe that the whole of Scripture, starting ...
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What are the "gospels" in the Gospels?

From a biblical, Christian standpoint, the word 'gospel' comes from the Greek word 'euaggelion' and means 'good news, tidings, word'. It can be called in English 'The Evangel' (the good news), and 'an ...
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Is there a systematic theology resource based solely on the words of Jesus?

Excellent Question An incident in the history of America's founding may seem interesting here and similar to this question's topic: solely the teaching of Jesus! The fledgling country, America, was of ...
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What do Christians mean by a "personal relationship" with Jesus?

To answer your question I will first define in my understanding a couple of terms that I feel are important. The first is the word "relationship " and the second is "acquaintance"...
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What do Christians mean by a "personal relationship" with Jesus?

No human can have a relationship with any non-living being. It takes two to relate, so another person is involved. A living person. A person who has died is a corpse and does not see, hear, speak, ...
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How did Jesus manage to remain sinless?

The following is a Trinitarian answer. Jehovah's Witnesses, Unitarian, or LDS (Latter Day Saints) will have a different answer, so I will edit / delete this answer when scope is added to the Question....
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How did Jesus manage to remain sinless?

Being half-God could have give him a unique ability to resist sin that us mere mortals do not have. This one-sentence comment provides the start of a new answer. Anne
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