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Does the Catholic Church recognize Protestant baptism?

Does the Catholic Church recognize Protestant baptism? That will depend on the particular Protestant denomination on was baptized in. The Catholic Church recognizes many baptisms of Protestant ...
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A question about Faith and Law before Sinai

I think there is some misunderstanding around the Law. From a protestant view the Law always existed as that which the created owed God by virtue of being created. It is the same things as what we ...
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How to reconcile the belief that the "angel of the Lord" in the OT is the pre-incarnate Jesus with Hebrews 1:5?

The association of Jesus with the Angel of the Lord has to do with the fact that the Angel of the Lord is the one who names himself “I AM” on the mountain (Exodus 3:2, 14). It was the Angel of the ...
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Did Joseph Smith go to heaven according to Protestant Trinitarians?

(I'm taking "Protestant" to mean "not Catholic and not Orthodox"...not all who fall into the latter accept the former title.) Some (certainly not all) Protestants believe in "...
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Did Joseph Smith go to heaven according to Protestant Trinitarians?

Did Joseph Smith go to heaven according to Protestant Trinitarians? Charles Spurgeon was a very effective Baptist evangelical Pastor, whose preaching brought thousands to repentance and faith in the ...
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Did Joseph Smith go to heaven according to Protestant Trinitarians?

No! I'm already way ahead of those that are going to challenge me on this by asking, "How do you know?" According to Joseph's Smith's first vision he stated that God the Father and the Son ...
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What is the earliest known work in which the phrase "priesthood of all believers" is used?

To look for an exact translation of the German phrase for "priesthood of all believers" used by Martin Luther seems like looking for a needle in a haystack. What if he put it differently, ...
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What is the earliest known work in which the phrase "priesthood of all believers" is used?

Priesthood of believer is mentioned by Philip Schaff in his comments on Montanism related by Eusebius. They [Montanists] taught a rigid asceticism over against the growing worldliness of the Church, ...
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Is there legitimate (scriptural or customary) justification for the practice of "Tithing" in modernity according to recent Protestantism?

Well, this is a great question and I hope to answer it as best as I can. Obviously I can't speak for all branches of Protestantism or Christianity, but I can speak from what I know. For example, the ...
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How to reconcile the belief that the "angel of the Lord" in the OT is the pre-incarnate Jesus with Hebrews 1:5?

This is what you stated: "For what it's worth, these questions are of interest to me but aren't of great salvific importance imo." You could not be more wrong. If Jesus Christ is also ...
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How to reconcile the belief that the "angel of the Lord" in the OT is the pre-incarnate Jesus with Hebrews 1:5?

Jesus is God's begotten son. Now let's check where in the Bible that verse can be found. John 3:16 For God so loved the world that he sent his one and only begotten son.. Now let's check what the ...
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