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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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What is more important, the death of Christ or His resurrection?

The death and resurrection of Christ are equally important. Jesus' death and resurrection accomplish separate but necessarily related things. The death and...

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Answer by Jennifer Goss , Artist, Babysitter, Perpetually Curious

What does it mean that Jesus is the author and perfecter of our faith?

Heb 12:2 tells us that Jesus Himself is the "pioneer and perfecter of faith". 'Perfecter' of faith, in the context of Heb 12:1-13, is how our faith is...

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Answer by Bruce Morgan

After His resurrection, why did Jesus tell Mary not to touch Him, but later tell Thomas to touch Him?

It is possible that the veil between Heaven and Earth is thinner than we perceive, and that the Risen Jesus was moving between Heaven and Earth each time he...

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Answer by Billy P Eldred

Why did God ask the Israelites to completely wipe out other nations within the borders of the Promised land?

God's creation, created with a free will, created for His purpose to accomplish His will had strayed (just as He knew it would) into sinful rebellion. He...

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Answer by Lena Wms , Student @Christ Gospel Church, S.S.Teacher, Observer

How can we know what parts of the Bible apply to us today?

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, in 2 Tim 3:16-17, God plainly states that All (every one of them) Scripture is (right now) inspired (breathed on) by the...

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Answer by Scott Cross , Pastor/Line Supervisor at a car parts factory

Why did God ask the Israelites to completely wipe out other nations within the borders of the Promised land?

In Deut 7, God told Israel to totally wipe these nations out so their children would not marry into those nations, or bring members into Israel, with their...

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Is God's anger opposed to God's love?

God became angry many times in the Old Testament, such as punishing Israel or other nations for their crimes. I was always taught that God was a loving, gent...

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Does God harden the hearts of Christians?

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Answer by James Kraft , 74 year old retired pipeline worker

Who are the elect of God?

It is for sure that God chose some. He told Jeremiah the profit that He chose him before he formed him in the womb and ordained him to be a profit unto the...

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Answer by Mike Scruggs

Is it wrong to question God?

I believe it is not wrong to ask GOD questions. GOD welcomes the opportunity to prove why He is GOD. I know there have been many times in my life when I...

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Question by ronald blanton , Disabled Truck Driver & Telephone Service Technician..

Why did God ask the Israelites to completely wipe out other nations within the borders of the Promised land?

Why were nations farther away given the offer of peace, whereas nations within the borders of the Promised Land were to be wiped out?

Deuteronomy 20:1 - 20

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