David Laberge
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How many languages did apostle Paul speak?
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We know that he spoke Greek, Hebrew, and maybe Latin. The Latin conjecture is based on the fact that he was Roman and the official language of Rome was Latin. Proof text for Hebrew: And when we ...

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Is it possible to achieve a life without sin on earth?
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The Bible states that human are born sinful. Behold, I was brought forth in iniquity, and in sin did my mother conceive me. (Psalm 51.5) as it is written: “None is righteous, no, not one; no one ...

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If God is omniscient how can he "Forget our Sins"?
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The Bible uses many images to express the message it want to convey. In exemple the Bible uses body part to explain the action of God. They set out from Elim, and all the congregation of the ...

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Can you explain this Free Will / Predestination illustration?
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The problem with these two doctrines in reformed theology is that we see a certain liberty and predestination exposed in the Bible. So saying that predestination is the result of foreknowledge would ...

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Do Christadelphians believe Jesus is God?
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Quickly from Wikipedia: Christadelphians hold a view of Biblical Unitarianism. (source) But that leaves us with the question was is "Biblical Unitarianism"? Today, biblical Unitarianism (...

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According to the Bible, is it a sin to marry a non-virgin?
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It is not sinful to marry someone who is not a virgin. But it is not more holy to marry someone that is a virgin. Here is my preoccupation with the question. Mariage is the union of one sinner to ...

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Is Salvation a State Function?
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Your question presupposed that salvation is acted out by the believer. Coming at it from a reformed/calvanistic point of view here is out I would answer it. Salvation starts by God in eternity past ...

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What is the biblical basis for lifetime eldership?
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I would believed that this issues falls under church polity. The conduct of the local body of Christ is not always clear in the Bible. There are no verses, that I know of, that state how long the ...

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Has the Roman Catholic Church ever issued an official response to the accusations of the Reformers?
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The only response I know of it the counter-reformation amount the Catholics : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Counter-Reformation. period of Catholic revival beginning with the Council of Trent (1545–...

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Why has God punished every human for one person's sin?
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Many answers were given, so if you get all the way here, I'll try to be brief. First, Adam was punished because God is just. His justice is demonstrated by the fact that he punishes Adam and Eve. The ...

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Who believes in Mechanical Inspiration?
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Mechanical Inspiration sees the writing of the Bible as God dictating to the author every word that needed to be inserted in the Bible or that the author was in some sort of trance and did not know ...

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What is Christus Victor?
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Christus Victor Christus Victor (CV) is, simply put, a understanding of soteriology where Christ paid to Satan a ransom to free man from Hell. In The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Aslan pays the ...

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Is Knuth's 3:16 project unique?
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I found a bunch of poster presenting different aspect of Christianity theology explain. Here is a link to the poster explaining trinity. You can find the list of poster available at http://www....

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What is stopping Christians from having just one doctrine/interpretation?
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I personally believe that it would be hard to force a set of doctrine and of pratice to all believer. First of all, the Bible is clear on the central issue like is the soteriology (the Gospel of the ...

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Why did Jesus question God on the cross?
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I do not think that one reading the Gospel account could say that Jesus was wondering of the plan of God at this point in the salvation history. Here is how Jesus present himself in the good shepherd ...

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Why aren't the Biblical Apocrypha included in the protestant Bible?
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These books of the Bible were accepted as part of the canon (part of the Bible). These books have been around for a long time. First of all, the books called apocrypha are related to the Old Testament....

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How are devout Christians viewed by other believers, when they are not delivered from "evil"?
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For the Christian suffering for his or her faith is an honor. If it is the result of his faith not just is wrong behavior (It is not suffering for your faith, if you are uncaring for example). The ...

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Was the first gospel written in Hebrew?
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I have been thinking and reading on the issue. There is no official or credible sources that state that the first gospel has written in Hebrew. Introduction to the New Testament by DA Carson & ...

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Is there a mentioning (in the Bible) about why God exists?
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The Bible assumes God exists. It begins with: Genesis 1:1 ESV 1 In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. Not answering the question "Why", but simply having God as a premise. I ...

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What are modern Christian views of the soul?
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EDIT FROM THE COMMENT BELOW Reading trough systematic theology books, I found that Christians hold that the human has two are three parts. The two parts view says that the human is body (material) ...

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Bible evidence in favour of creationism?
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On Creation The main text on the subject of creation is the Genesis account. The first few chapters are there to present how God created the world, not to present a twenty-first century scientific ...

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Is there a way to prove the God of the Bible?
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The classic arguments I know are the following : Cosmological argument: That every thing that has a beginning must have a cause. Theological argument: The order and the useful setting in a system ...

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Neurotheology and God
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I'll have a try at this one. But since Affable Geek gave a Great answer to the direct question, I allow myself to tackle the question on a broader spectrum. Is neurology a threat to Christianity? ...

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Are there analogues to the Mormon/LDS high school seminary in other Christian denominations?
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There is World of Life and Torchbearer do something like it in the evangelical circles. World of life : http://www.wol.org Torchebearer : http://torchbearers.org

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What is the central idea of the Bible?
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I was reading for a class and came across the folowing: Augustine proposes that when Christ is viewed has the center of the Bible and love is our supreme good, we understand the Scripture in all ...

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When talking about the Trinity, what does "persons" mean?
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The answer is a bit both. The personalities and roles could both explain the persons in the Trinity. But it is important to remember that the three persons are not separated from one another. God ...

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What Biblical support is there for a non-Churched Christianity?
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None. Every time the Bible presents the belivers it presents them in a context of a group. The biblical christian (believer in the Bible) always get together in houses, underground. Here are a few ...

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What are the benefits of a red letter edition Bible?
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None. The red letter Bible are a good tool to highlight the word Jesus is speaking in the gospels. The downside, its that these words become more great then the rest of the Bible. The benefit, tool ...

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What conventions did the Jews use to express time in Jesus' day?
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I understand that your question trouble your soul. Understanding Christianity is never an easy business, on the contrary. In Christianity there is what is important, and what is less important. The ...

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Is Christianity just a belief system, or is it also a system for organizing and governing society?
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Islam proposes a system of government. But the Bible does not. Although many systems with Christian beliefs have tried to force a political system or government. I would say that they failed. I am ...

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