Asked in The Bible, Bible Statistics and History
How many times is Confession mention in the Bible?
The word "confession" is in the King James Version of the Bible 6 times. It is in 6 verses. ...
How many times does the Bible mention Confession?
The Catholic ritual of confession is not recorded to have been practiced in the Bible. The word "confession" appears six times in the King James version of the Bible (eight, if you include the Apocrypha). ...
Asked in Example Sentences
How can you use the word confession in a sentence?
I'm so glad you like the cake, I made it especially for you. I have a confession to make; the secret ingredient is cake mix. ...
Asked in Synonyms and Antonyms
What is another word for confession to a priest?
Reconciliation ... to be reconciled with God. See Mt.9:1-8. Also, Mark 2: 5-12. Also, John 20: 21-23. Also, 2Cor. 5: 18-20. Confession is necessary. Christ said that we must confess our sins to be reconciled with Him. ...
Asked in Gay Lesbian and Bisexual
How can a woman gay or bisexual know if another is that way to?
there is no way to know for sure if another person is gay with out a confession. lol trust me ...
Asked in Crime
Does an attorney have to keep a confession confidential?
Generally speaking, yes. However, if the defendant's confession forms the basis of a plea agreement, and therefore would be disclosed with the will and consent of the defendant, the attorney may then disclose the confession. Also, where a confession is made that raises an issue of safety, either the threat of harm to the defendant or to another, the attorney may disclose information communicated in the confession insofar as it would assist in preventing this intented future harm. ...
Asked in The Crucible (play)
What does john proctor do with his signed confession?
John Proctor ripped his confession into pieces, because the judge wanted him to sign his name. Proctor refused to because that's his name and he knows he can never have another one his lifetime. ...
Asked in Crime
Can someone be convicted based solely upon a confession?
yes A person can be arrested based on a confession; getting a conviction is another story. Although it happens often especially if a defendant pleads guilty, juries may want more information to convict than solely on the confession. That's why you need a lawyer. ...