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Why do most Christians eat pork when Deuteronomy says not to?
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Why do most Christians eat pork? Initially, the prohibition against pork was part of the Law giving to Moses as Deuteronomy 14:7, 8 states. However, you must not eat the following animals that chew ...

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What did Jesus look like or did Jesus look different for certain people?
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What did Jesus look like? While the Bible doesn't give any detailed information as to Jesus' appearance, let's look at the facts: Jesus was born of a Jewish woman, therefore he would have the ...

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Why do Christians stand when we sing?
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As for a Biblical basis, take a look at 2 Chronicles 5:12: 12 all the Levite singers who belonged to Asaph, to Heman, to Jeduthun, and to their sons and their brothers were clothed in fine fabric, ...

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Do Jehovah's Witnesses believe in exorcisms?
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Do Jehovah's Witnesses believe in exorcisms? Yes, Jehovah's Witnesses do believe that exorcisms have been performed. There are several examples in the Bible of Jesus casting out demons from ...

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Core teaching of Christianity
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Core teaching of Christianity Christianity is, of course, based on the teachings of Jesus Christ. Of those teachings, one stands out as the basis on which everything else follows: “I am giving you a ...

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How do Christians justify lack of God's intervention during events where neonates get killed?
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How do Christians justify lack of God's intervention during events where neonates get killed? First, this is not a justification but what we learn from the Bible as to why these things happen. This ...

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Would Jehovah’s Witnesses anointed with the Holy Spirit be unable to suffer demonic possession, whilst un-anointed Jehovah's Witnesses could?
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Would Jehovah’s Witnesses anointed with the Holy Spirit be unable to suffer demonic possession, whilst un-anointed Jehovah's Witnesses could? Jehovah's Witnesses (anointed or otherwise) are not immune ...

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When did animals begin to die?
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When did animals become mortal? From the Jehovah's Witness perspective, animals were created mortal. The article "Death" from the Insight on the Scriptures brings out an interesting point: ...

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Did Jesus appear post-resurrection to twelve apostles?
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While Matthias was not an apostle at the time that Jesus appeared to the other eleven apostles, the Scriptures do indicate that Matthias was a disciple during Jesus' ministry. According to Peter’s ...

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Obligated fasting in Christianity
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A similar question What denominations don't believe in fasting? And Why? mentions the following under the heading Who fasts and who doesn't?: Both the Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic churches ...

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Why do Jehovah’s Witnesses cite William Barclay as to the identity of the speaker in Revelation 22:13 knowing he believed it is Jesus?
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@Mr. Bond Please note that in the article that you cite from the JW.org website states, Commenting on this section of Revelation, Professor William Barclay wrote: "Things are set down without ...

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Why did Jesus need to die for our sins?
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Why did Jesus need to die for our sins? Romans 5:12 gives us the clear answer as to why Jesus had to die: That is why, just as through one man sin entered into the world and death through sin, and so ...

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What is the ultimate goal of a human according to Bible?
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Wise King Solomon put it very succinctly: "13 The conclusion of the matter, everything having been heard, is: Fear the true God and keep his commandments, for this is the whole obligation of man....

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Who was Jasher, the author of a book referenced in the bible?
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Who was Jasher? The scripture in question is: "And the sun stood still, and the moon stayed, until the people had avenged themselves upon their enemies. Is not this written in the book of Jasher?...

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What is the biblical basis that Jesus could not sin?
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What is the biblical basis that Jesus could not sin? In short, there is no biblical basis that Jesus could not sin. So this begs the question, could Jesus sin? 2 Peter 2:4 shows us that angels can sin:...

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