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Where did the name Moab come from?

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Answer by Tim Maas , Retired Quality Assurance Specialist with the U.S. Army

Why are Israel and Palistine bombing each other, aren't they all Jewish?

Although there may be Palestinians who live in Israel and are Israeli citizens, and who also may have even converted to Judaism, the Palestinians who live in...

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Do dogs go to heaven?

Many of us have felt the heartache that comes from losing a family pet. And to soothe the pain, we may begin to wonder where are they now? Will we ever see t...

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Why did the Pharisees say it was illegal to carry the mat on the Sabbath?

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Where did the name Moab come from?

Moab was conceived as a result of the elder daughter of Abraham's nephew Lot making Lot drunk and then having sexual relations with him in order to be able...

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Answer by Tim Maas , Retired Quality Assurance Specialist with the U.S. Army

What are the different meanings or interpretations of mountainside in the Bible?

To me, mountains or mountainsides in the Bible have three symbolisms: as sources of strength (based on the rugged nature of their terrain); as places of...

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What are the strongest biblical arguments for the divinity of Christ?

Dr. Charles Ryrie says that Christ's deity is proved by His equality in the trinity and lists Matthew 28:19 as well as 2 Corinthians 13:14. Regarding the...

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Answer by Jack Gutknecht , ABC/DTS graduate, guitar music ministry Baptist church

Is the deity of Christ Biblical?

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What was the spirit of God hovering over?

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What is the best New Testament book in the Bible to share with unbelievers?

Multiple sources that I have seen over the years have recommended the gospel of John for the purpose described because it is a narrative of events (rather...

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Why "rejoice and be glad" about persecution? (Matthew 5:11–12)

As Jesus said in the very passage cited in the question, believers who experience such persecution for His sake, or because of being His followers, in this...

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Are we saved through grace alone or are we saved through grace and baptism?

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How can our lips "nourish many" (Proverbs 10:21

I would say that the proverb is using the word "nourish" in a spiritual or intellectual sense, rather than referring to physical sustenance. Various...

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Why "rejoice and be glad" about persecution? (Matthew 5:11–12)

See especially Matthew 5:11-12 NIV -- 11 “Blessed are you when people insult you,(M) persecute you and falsely say all kinds of evil against you because o...

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