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  3. On what day of the week would the breaking of bread in Acts 20:7 have taken place? Would it be on our same calendar day in modern times?
  4. Why was Genesis placed in the Bible where it is?
  5. Is it sinful to hate my life?
  6. Why does John 10:1 make a distinction between “thief” and “robber”?
  7. How true is it that Jesus received 39 lashes, representing the 39 diseases known in His time?
  8. If God is a spirit, and we are His image, why did He give man a physical body?
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What is the New Century Version (NCV)?

New Century Version - HistoryThe New Century Version of the Bible is a revision of the International Children's Bible, which was aimed at young readers and...

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Answer by Jennifer Goss , Artist, Babysitter, Perpetually Curious

Where in the Bible is the story about Mary and her alabaster box?

Matt 26:6-13 "...a woman came to him with a box of alabaster (alabastron) of very expensive perfume, which she poured on his head as he was reclining at the...

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What does the Bible say about suffering?

When God created this world He said that it was very good (Gen 1:31). There was no death or suffering to humans and animal kinds: that all came from Adam's...

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Where is the Christmas story in the Bible?

'The Christmas Story' is a phrase that many use to refer to Christ's birth. It pulls from the events of Matthew 1:18-25; Matthew 2:1-12; Luke 1:26-38; Luke...

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What is bloodguilt?

Joel 3:21 says, "Their bloodguilt, which I have not pardoned, I will pardon. The Lord dwells in Zion!" (NIV). Readers often wonder what the Bible means when...

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Is it wrong to say "Xmas" instead of "Christmas"?

No, it is not 'wrong'. One can say "Merry Christmas", "Merry Xmas", "Happy Holidays", "Have a good day", "God Bless You", "Happy Snow Days", or whatever...

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What are the dangers of postmodernism?

Simply put, postmodernism is a philosophy that affirms no objective or absolute truth, especially in matters of religion and spirituality. When confronted...

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How was the Potter's Field purchased and who bought it?

6The chief priests picked up the coins and said, “It is against the law to put this into the treasury, since it is blood money.” 7So they decided to use the ...

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Answer by Justin Roberts

Is Romans 7:14-25 describing a believer or an unbeliever?

Paul is saying that, when he tries to follow the law, he actually sins more. He's trying to make the overall point that trying to live a Christian life by...

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Does God forgive big sins? Will God forgive a murderer?

"Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they do" (Lk 23:34) The seven statements Jesus Christ made on the Cross, while He was going through...

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Why would Jesus need to return if when we die, we already go to heaven?

The immortal soul doctrine comes from the original lie told to Eve by satan, it is not biblical. But the serpent said to the woman, “You will not die. For...

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How does having sin in your life cause you to have sickness, disease?

Satan and his evil forces are root-cause for the sickness and diseases for mankind on this earth. God created Adam and Eve perfectly with no sins, diseases...

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What is the Synagogue of Satan?

The Synagogue of Satan means "The assembly of satan (Rev. 2:9)" during the dispensation of grace and during the Church ages. It is still on going. Rev 2:9...

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Were Mary and Joseph both Jews?

Yes, indeed. Both Joseph and Mary were from David (Mt. 1:6; Lk. 8:19). Jesus was born as the root of Jesse. See isa 11:1. David's line in Matthew is the...

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What are the most common things people think are in the Bible that are not actually in the Bible?

Speaking from my background in church the most common things people mistakenly think are in the bible but are in fact not: The age of accountability or...

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