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The New Testament is the portion of the Bible that was written after the events of Jesus Christ. It is composed of 27 books, typically named after the author or the person it was addressed to.
Answer The Jews did not kill Jesus. The Jewish leaders were instrumental in getting Him executed, but they did not crucify Him. The Jewish Sanhedrin was able to try Jesus for blasphemy under Mosaic law (Luke 22:71) and succeeded, but could not pass the penalty of execution because they did not have…
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Christ had to be baptized because he had no Holy Spirit! When he came out of the water he saw the spirit decending like a dove. He needed to be baptized to receive the Holy Spirit. Before he was baptized he was a body and soul man. Jesus was a man, he is not God, and therefore had to do what we had …
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Matthew and Luke. Both record the story of Jesus' birth.Matthew explains Jesus' lineage from Abraham through David. This shows Jesus in the line of Abraham and David. By implication, he is the legal son of Joseph by adoption.
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The bible says that wise men visited the manger. It does not say how many. Matthew Chapter 2, verse 1. Actually, that depends upon how you want to read your Bible ... On a literal level: no, the Wise Men did not visit the manger. The story of the Wise Men is told in Matthew. Here's the relevant…
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No one knows for sure when Jesus was born. Some biblical scholars suggest it may have been around the month of July, August or September. Most all agree it could not have been in December. In the 4th century, the Roman Catholic Church chose December 25th as the day to celebrate the birth of Christ …
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Theologians have been debating this issue and will probably continue to do so always. They also cannot agree if the Wise Men were together or from the same country. It is generally agreed it could have been from one or if they came separately, three places. Persia, Arabia or Babylon. Another answer…
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We have no idea what the shepherd's names were. Luke 2:8-20 is the only mention of these characters in the Scripture, and we are not told of their names. Also, you ask what the "three" names were--we are also not told of the number of shepherds who came to visit the Lord Jesus Christ.
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No matter what quotes the revisionists find, there is overwhelming evidence that almost all of the founding fathers believed in the Judeo-Christian Diety and were members of established churches even though some made statements that were critical of organized religion. Here is a list of the religiou…
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About 600 BC, Babylon became the Middle East power or empire. It is often referred to as the Great because at its time it was great and controlled more of the world than any other empire. Since it's time, empires have become increasingly smaller in their dominion or influence over the people of the …
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The theological answer is this: Jesus was 33 1/2 years old when he was crucifiedJesus was born around 3 A.D. His birth was 2009 years ago though nobody knows the exact date. But Jesus is of the Trinity and is technically eternal. He has not always been man, but in the incarnation "became man" at bir…
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The smitten kitten lol. Decide if you would be willing to let go of the friendship if you did date and things went wrong. Get a feel for how he feels about it all. You can talk to him about it and if you find out he doesn't feel the same way then just continue on with the friendship no harm no foul,…
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This was also confusing to me as well. The crossed out version is the wrong way of saying it and the bold print is the correct form of saying it.Suppose you got hurt or you were shocked by something so you said, "Oh my god!" But when you are talking to some one about him, or talking to him such as, …
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First it wasn't three shepherds. The Bible says astrologers from the East. It doesn't give a specific number. The gifts listed in the Bible are gold, frankincense, and myrrh. See Matthew 2: 1-11 Answer (Extension/Correction to Previous Answer) The Bible doesn't refer to these gentlemen as "astrologe…
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According to the Bible, He was crucified on a cross at Golgotha, or "The place of a skull," undoubtedly outside the wall of Old Jerusalem. Another name for this hill, in the language of Rome, is Calvary. The Bible goes on to say He was laid in a borrowed tomb and He rose again the third day. It has …
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Answers from members of the WikiAnswers community: Yes, God does heal people. There are numerous cases of people being ill, deciding to put their faith in God and being healed. Some people no longer have seizures; others have had tumors disappear, leaving doctors scratching their heads. Some have e…
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I am often asked "What wood was the Cross made from?" This has been the subject of much debate and disagreement amongst historians, botanists, and Bible scholars. There are many legends, however there is very limited scriptural evidence to suggest what the wood may have been. There are some who bel…
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Answer In the New Testament of the Bible, it speaks of twelve explicit followers of Jesus. They were chosen exclusively by Jesus during His walk on the earth. Sometimes these specific men are called the twelve disciples and sometimes they are called the twelve apostles ~ In this there is no differe…
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Answer This is one of the instances when the Bible can be taken too literally. Here is the scripture as most are accustomed to reading it, in the New International Version: "But I tell you that anyone who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart. If your r…
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It's possible to find an English/Greek original manuscript of the earliest translations! See the Ancient/Rare Bibles link under Related Links below. Pre-KJV English versions include John Wycliff's in 1382, William Tyndale's in 1525-35, Miles Cloverdale's in 1535, Thomas Matthew's in 1537, the …
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Yes the catholic church does teach from the new testament. If you go to the library or a book store, you can find the New American bible. this is the catholic bible. It contains all of the old and new testament, plus additional books. The catholic church was the first original church started by Jes…
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Answer The TRVST spelling of the word trust is normal for coins of that time period. That's just the way they did it back then -- using the greek alphabet. It's that way on all Peace Dollars, as well as some other U.S. coins. If you look at the front of a quarter from the 1920's you will se…
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Some opinions from contributors No, it's as simple as that. No one would want to wait right up to the last second to see if they can get away with this. God is not so naive as to ignore what he knows about your heart. I believe there is still a large amount of debate concerning the rapture …
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Answer 12 was a very important number in Jewish culture. 12 signified 'perfection'. Part of the reason that 12 was special was that it is the smallest number that has a great number of factors (eg 1,2,3,4,and 6 all divide into 12 with no remainder. No other small number has so many factors). As a r…
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Answer The charge to Timothy is in verse 2. The charge was made "before God, and the Lord Jesus Christ." Paul adds that Jesus will "judge the quick (those alive) and the dead" when He appears again at His second coming. The question doesn't seem to be in regards to the charge for Timothy. Th…
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Twelve Apostles The 12 apostles were people that were called by Jesus to follow, listen, obey and spread the word. Jesus' disciples were: 1.) Simon (whom He named Peter) 2.) Andrew 3.) James 4.) John 5.) Philip 6.) Bartholomew 7.) Matthew 8.) Thomas 9.) James son of Alphaeus 10.) Simon wh…
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Pentagonthat has a link to wikipedia.org, it says it was dedicatede in July of '34 i think, and it was created during the earlier years of WWII i hope i helped.  oh here's another little fact.http://www.rotten.com/library/culture/pentagon/ says that "Constructi…
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Answer When it comes to murders, of course, there are any number of methods mentioned. For executions, the two main ways for the Israelites seem to be the sword--presumably a "run-through"--and stoning. Answer Stoning was very popular. Also hanging, if a rope was available. God had a whole re…
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Answer Jesus Christ (the Son of God) said--"Judge not, that ye be not judged. For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again. And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother's eye, but considerest not the beam that is i…
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Answer I believe the reasoning for God commanding Noah to build and fill a ship was a test of his (Noah's) and his families faith. Of course God could have done it himself. He, also, could have prevented the flood. If God did "everything" for us and never tested us the human race would never lear…
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The nature of Jesus as described in Hebrews is always as the son of God! Greater than angels in position and power, but lesser than the Almighty God Jehovah!Hebrews 1: AMPLIFIED BIBLE 3He is the sole expression of the glory of God [the Light-being, the [c]out-raying or radiance of the divine], and …
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The Encyclopædia Britannica comments: "There is no indication of the observance of the Easter festival in the New Testament, or in the writings of the apostolic Fathers. The sanctity of special times was an idea absent from the minds of the first Christians."---(1910), Vol. VIII, p. 828.The Catholi…
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As cosigner on the loan you are equally responsible for for payment on the loan. If the lender has hired a repo company to take back the ATV for non payment, then the repo company is going to do everything possible to get it. That includes the frequent visits to your home in an effort to locate the …
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Roman Catholic Answer You half answered your own question: we believe that are sins will be forgiven (that is in the future, and conditional!). They are already forgiven in the sense that Our Blessed Lord died for our sins, and reconciled us to the Father. However, we have to claim that forgiveness …
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Answer: James, the half brother of Jesus wrote the Bible book that bears the name James. James was eminently qualified to write a letter of counsel to the Christian congregation. He was greatly respected as an overseer in the Jerusalem congregation. Paul speaks of �James the brother of the Lo…
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Answer As head of the Committee on Style at the Constitutional Convention, Gouverneur Morris, delegate from Pennsylvania, is given credit for the final copy of the Constitution of the United States, including the preamble.
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Tall enough to get the job done. We don't have this informatoin about the historical Jesus. He was probably average for the time...but that's my opinion. Jesus was more than likely of average height and built impressively. He was a carpenter, so he probably had strong arm muscles. He walked around e…
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The writers All the books were written by individuals. There were shepherds (Micah), learned men (Isaiah), kings (David), ordinary men, fishermen, a tax collector (Matthew), a doctor (Luke), and even a tent-maker (Paul). Jews and Christians hod that the one thing they all had in common was that the…
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THOELOGICAL POSIT: Jesus (from the tribe of David), and his follwers, all but Saul of Tarsus(Paul) were by birth Jewish-Were they not. History lets us know that the only Recognized messia is Jesus of Nazaruth, but it also lets us know that he was nither the first nor the last to be thought the possi…
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About thirty, including semi-autobiographical, fiction & short-stories. According to Wikipedia, he wrote 32 books. A prolific author, Tortilla Flats was his first critical success. His California novels are more famous: The Dubious Battle, Of Mice and Men and The Grapes of Wrath. Cannery Row and…
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One thing it does show you is this person who said it to you has #1 limited speech, #2 is non-communicative (a fault) and #3 immature. It's a good thing you find out now than later. "It's not working" just means this person feels the relationship is not working out and they aren't happy. It probably…
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He was toying with creation in such a way that he felt would best suit the needs of future life.   God has always been. Another thing to think about. The Bible is all truth but it doesn't mention many things. Like, have you ever thought that maybe we are just a side project and that there ar…
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Answer That is truly a good question. The Ancient Hebrew Scriptures which were inspired by God, did indeed preserve His Divine name. Any thorough research will reveal this. The Christian Greek Scriptures which were used by the Apostle Paul also had God's Divine name in it. It is not clear why the…
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John the Baptist was the son of Zechariah and Elizabeth (Luke 1:5-25). Jesus was Mary's son, conceived through the power of the Holy Spirit (Luke 1:26-38). Mary was Elizabeth's cousin (Luke 1:36). So the relation between Jesus and John the Baptist was that of second cousins. Jesus and John the Bapt…
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Answer Jesus did die for our sins on the cross. But his death was only bodily spiritually he was still in control of the universe. Don't forget about the Holy Spirit and God the Father together with Jesus makes up the trinity or God in three persons. When Jesus died God the father turned away…
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The word neighbors i believe refers to same descendants. So the Commandment thy shall not covet thy neighbor's house, wives, stuff ..... etc, refers to the their particular tribe.  Christians should tell their neighbors about Christ! It is the great commission to do so. But I think today all p…
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The star was actually a gift from God. The Bible says nothing about the Magi being "astrologers" :) HA. The visit of the Magi represents the importance of Jesus. Answer Those Magi (wise men) were actually astrologers from the east. (Matt. 2:1, 2,) Although astrology is popular among many p…
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To help him out; the same role as a servant, until the Romans made his disciples watch him get crucified... Their role is just to use the number "12" (see link on left "Why were there 12 disciples?) which is an important number during that time. The same as ours. To witness about Jesus and win pe…
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Answer It isn't a good idea to just blurt it out, but ask her out on a date and go from there. What you are feeling now is a chemistry (physical attraction) and you need to get to know each other better. Take a deep breath, walk up to her (when she's alone) and ask her out on a date. Answer …
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How long does a full flight from Sydney to Cairo Egypt take?Connecting via Europe or Asia approx 27 hours flight time.Best wishes & fly safe!
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Most would believe that there are no unforgetable sins and that GOD forgives them all. There is one mentioned in the Bible, however, called the "blasphemy of the Holy Spirit." This is the ONLY unforgivable sin. What is it? It is when a person keeps pushing the Holy Spirit away so much that soon eno…
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Mary's Angel The angel Gabriel visited Mary in Nazareth. She was engaged to Joseph. Gabriel told Mary she would give birth to the Son of God. Mary was a virgin. Gabriel told her God's power would make the conception possible. Gabriel said "Nothing will be impossible with God." He then told Mary her …
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Answer Actually the Bible does not give a specific date or even season for Jesus' birth. From what Bible historians and scholars have discovered, Christ was born closer to mid or late spring. Exact dates can be argued but that would be the time. The Catholic church moved the date in order to compete…
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He never had a 'ministry' in the sense that we know today. In the eyes of his Jewish contemporaries he was a 'wandering rabbi' - a Jewish tradition that remained very common all over middle and eastern Europe until WW 1, including the disciples and the miracle stories attributed to them. Since he di…
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Firstly, just to clarify a previous answer: There is no evidence that Jesus ever went to Egypt. Indeed, the Christian bible itself is contradictory on this idea, stating both that he DID and later that he DID NOT go to Egypt. To answer the main post: Jesus was born into a typically large Jewish …
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This question is very controversial. As a result, the answers have been split between those who believe that Jesus differed from Judaism and discuss those differences and those who believe that Jesus did not differ from Jewish teachings and their reasons: Jesus Differed From Judaism Answer 1: He…
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Answer == The doctrine of the Trinity is the result of continuous exploration by the church of the biblical data, thrashed out in debate and treatises, eventually formulated at the First Council of Nicaea in 325 AD... >http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trinitarianism I always hate it when I can't …
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Christianity TELLS US THAT: When God told Abraham to kill Isaac, Abraham knew he was acting out prophecy. The relevant extracts are :- Gen 22:1-14 KJV And it came to pass after these things, that God did tempt Abraham, and said unto him, Abraham: and he said, Behold, here I am. [v. 2] And he said, T…
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Please read Acts Chapter 2 By defnition it is the fiftieth day after Passover. It started out as a Jewish holiday and was adopted by Christians. Depending upon what church you belong to, the significance varies. Answer its after 50 days Jesus was crucified that his apostle had the holy sp…
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Opinions The Trinity, a.k.a The Holy Trinity, refers to the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit (sometimes called the Holy Ghost). Christians believe that, although they are 3 persons, they are all the same entity. The Father, is God the Creator. The Son, is referred to as existing at the beginnin…
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Road Dogg quit WWE and I don't think he's wrestling anymore, unless he's on TNA or FWA or something  He's in TNA as BG James. He was part of the faction 3live kru but then Kip James (aka the Outlaw aka Billy Gunn) came in and decided to have a little reunion. TNA really needs to get better sto…
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The traditional age of 33 years is based on the fact that Jesus was born before the death of Herod the Great in 4 BC. He is thought to have begun his public ministry at age 30. Due to the length of ministry described in the gospel records including the number of Passovers, three years are added to g…
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There have been a number of threads discussing the reasons why this manuscript, and other Gnostic scripts such as those of Philip and Judas are not in the common bible. People argue that the Gospel of St. Thomas was not a secret - and yet it was only unearthed in 1945. Further, it is one of the only…
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The Kingdom of God is Gods direct rule or government on earth, and his government will be manifest through Messiah Jesus (Ps 2); God will establish peace and judge (rule) the earth in righteousness (Psalms 98:9); God will hold every man accountable for the deeds of this life (Ezekiel 18:4); He will…
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"What is the rise of Christianity in philosophy?"Constantine and the Rise of ChristianityBy the second century A.D., Christianity and Hellenism had come into close contact in the eastern Mediterranean. In the early fourth century, the policies of Emperor Constantine the Great institutionalized the c…
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Like Christianity it depends on your belief.Try this websitehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/True_Cross#Conservation_of_the_relics Then again, without modern preservation, it is extremely unlikely any kind of wood from 2000 years ago can still exist.
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God gave us life and choice. You can expect more of whatever your attention is on. We have the universal laws to guide us. The best use of attention is on seeking to understand. We really can have anything we desire.
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Answer 1 Jesus never claimed himself as son of God. Bible is corrupted centries ago. Quran never corrupted. First ask- is Bible corrupted? is Quran word of God? When you find out which one is uncorrupted then come to this question. (a) "Jesus cried with a loud voice, saying Eli, Eli, lama sabac…
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Any such evidence that exists is hearsay and taken from religious sources. There is no historical, provable evidence.
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In this answer I explained, years ago, how there was not only no historical evidence for the Gospel stories, but how the historical record contradicts the Gospel stories. In particular, I pointed out that Luke dates the Nativity to the census of Quirinius, which took place long after Herod's death.
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Theme of James The main theme of James is 'Is you faith genuine?.' The manner in which James pursues this theme is to stress the necessity of good works on the outside as a sign of an inward change in the heart. He makes it clear that such works do not of themselves save a person. Christianit…
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The Unholy Trinity (also known as the "Unholy Godhead") is seen as the opposite of the Holy Trinity or "Godhead". In the Holy Trinity; Jehovah is clearly seen throughout Scripture as Father, Son, and Spirit. In the Unholy Trinity there are also 3 members: The False Prophet (The Beast out of the Ea…
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We only know the "occupations" of five or six of the Apostles (the 12 Disciples). Simon Peter, Andrew, James and John (the sons of Zebedee) where all fishermen; Matthew was a tax collector. Simon was known as "the Zealot"; this was likely his "occupation." The Bible is silent on the occupations of t…
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The first Messianic [Having to do with the Messiah] prophecy is recorded at Genesis 3:15. The moment Jehovah uttered that prophecy, however, the ransom price was as good as paid from his viewpoint, for nothing can prevent God from fulfilling what he purposes. So on the basis of the future sacrifice …
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Curiously enough, the Bible doesn't mention the precise age. Luke's gospel says that Jesus was baptized at the age of 30, and various historical documents indicate that He was crucified about 3 years later, giving the traditionally known age of 33. To calculate the age of Jesus when He died we fir…
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History has been muddled"Early Christianity" was indeed a single unit. The many factions/flavors of Christianity came about as a result of "men" drawing away disciples after themselves... Another form of what occured in the early stages of roman catholicism, i.e. Acts 20:29-30 -- Paul's warning of w…
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Do Protestants Believe Catholics Will Go To Heaven? Since there are many different Protestant groups with many different beliefs that is a tough question to answer. Taken as a whole, though, most Protestant groups accept the Christian faith of Roman Catholics and believe that they are saved. Here a…
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He hears them and answers, even if you don't like the answer.Sometimes the answer is "yes." Sometimes the answer is "no." Sometimes the answer is "not yet."No matter what, God's answer is the best for us, even if we may not see it that way at the time.The most important thing for anyone, though, is …
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It was not made of the dogwood, since no dogwood has ever been reported to have grown in the Middle East. Likely it was made of cedar or cypress, both of which are indigenous to that area. The myth of the dogwood was originated in Europe or even perhaps the early days of the United States. There is …
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Answer First, the assumption that accounts of Jesus don't appear until the references in the gospels is a little off. There were many gospels written, some before and some after the four that appear in the Bible. Jesus is also mentioned in several Roman texts dating from around the time of his li…
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God is the creator of the earth, man is the inventor of money. God has no need of what man has invented.  God doesn't need money, nor have I heard of him ever asking for such. It's the preachers and clergy who do his works on earth that need the money. Even the most spiritual professions are s…
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What the Quran saysI see this question and cannot help but wondering why aren't there any satisfying answers. What does it say in a Bible about this matter? In absence of that, i will answer it with what it has been said about this matter in the Muslim's holy book, that is, the Quran. the Quran stat…
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Well we don't know what this all is but have you read the bible? If you have try and find out the answers yourself.Answer: As far as some signs for the end times, some indicators mentioned are "signs of wars and rumors of wars", increase of violence within families, increasing intolerance of Christ…
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Answer Simon bar-Jonah, who was also called Peter, was one of the first disciples Jesus called to follow Him (Matt. 4:18). Simon had a younger brother Andrew. There was another disciple named Simon, but he was refered to as the zealot (Matt. 10:4). Simon-Peter was a part of Jesus' inner cir…
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Answer Some people have missed the real message. Too many religions focus on Jesus's death (by having the cross on their church) rather than his life, parables, lessons, and Resurrection. Answer To remind us that God loved us enough to send his only Son who was willing to suffer and di…
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Answers from our community: We know that everything is one. Jesus and god are the same and the Holy Spirit is the same as well. Answer Definetely we believe in the trinity; the Father God , the Son God Jesus Christ, and the Holy Ghost God. 1 John 5:7-12 Answer: It may surprise people to know …
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The designation �Hebrew� is first used for Abram, distinguishing him thereby from his Amorite neighbors. (Ge 14:13) the Biblical evidence is that �Hebrew� (`Iv�ri�) comes from the name Eber (`E�ver), that of the great-grandson of Shem and an ancestor of Abraham. (Ge 11:10-26) Mandate o…
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Jesus Christ is the fulfillment of the law. He is the only one who lived a sinless life. He is God in the flesh, not just a human. The Bible clearly states this.John 1:1 "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God." John 1:14 "And the Word became flesh, and dwelt …
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Peter was a business man. When you look at his decision to follow Jesus, you see that he had more than one boat. He was the equivalent of today's small chain owner. He employed men and oversaw the day to day operations of his business. Fishing was/is an honorable profession. We also are told that h…
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Matthew was a tax collector who left his job to follow Jesus. The twelve apostles were from laboring classes with the exception of Matthew. Matthias was selected to replace Judas Iscariot who betrayed Jesus. Peter was a fisherman. When Jesus called on him He told him to follow him and leave the…
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Naval heirarchy being what is, it doesn't often provide information on non-combatant or "lesser" ships and vessels. The Hull, the Monaghan, and the Spence were all lost on 18 December 1944. Somewhere a listing of support vessels must exist. The specifics of the screening assignments for the three D…
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Answer The disciples were the apostles. It's an almost interchangeable term. Apostles vs. Disciples Jesus had numerous disciples. At one point he sent at least 72 disciples, or followers, out to spread his teaching. The apostles were the "big 12," plus Paul, who were the closest to J…
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Answer Do you mean to watch, not many websites offer this, if they do you will probably have to pay for a subscription, although you might aswell have paid for the PPV itself. Many websites offer text based results live. Answer The following websites has very brief information about Judgment da…
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In the first century, there were apostles and prophets. The term apostle is applied to those disciples whom Jesus personally selected as a body of 12 appointed representatives. The names of the original 12 selected are given at Matthew 10:2-4; Mark 3:16-19, and Luke 6:13-16. One of the original 12,…
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According to Jehovah's Witnesses, Jesus is a divine being -- a God-like one. Jehovah's Witnesses deny Jesus "divinity" in that the churches of Christendom teach that Jesus was part man and part God while on earth, and that Jesus himself was divine because, he is part of the Godhead, a Trinity. God…
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Answer Yes--An apostle of Jesus Christ. (Mt 10:2,3; Mr 3:18) He appears to be called elsewhere Judas the son of James.Lu 6:16; Joh 14:22; Ac 1:13 In the listings of the apostles in Matthew 10:3 and Mark 3:18, James the son of Alphaeus and Thaddaeus are linked together. In the listings at …
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Answers: People say NOTHING CAN BE DONE. Except for one thing: that's fast becoming untrue! The mere fact that some scientists know as much as they do about what's wrong with the brain functioning of a sociopath means that solving the problem is no longer an impossible and obscure wish -- it's…
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Answer We don't have proof, that's why it's called faith. Faith and Accuracy First, a quick note on the premise that the Bible being "the inspired Word of God" [emphasis mine] means "it is about the same as Him writing it Himself": that's not necessarily the case. The Bible being the inspired…
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Assuming Christianity... Sometimes it's very difficult to tell. If you truly believe God will speak to you, He will in a way you'll be able to hear. He may not do it "vocally" or through some random thought, though. He may do it through a "coincidence," where someone not at all involved with the …
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