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Answer by Marvin Reynolds

Why is 'accepting Christ' often mentioned in evangelism?

There are about 61 verses that deal with this subject of Christ the key to salvation. The most direct is Romans 10: 9-10. It points out that Jesus is the Son...

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Answer by James Kraft , 74 year old retired pipeline worker

Are there such things as aliens or UFOs?

We know for sure that their can only be one God. Whether there is life somewhere else outside of the earth really has no effect on us. I personally do not...

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Answer by Jennifer Rothnie , Housewife, Artist, Perpetually Curious

What is the difference between 'faith in Christ' (Col 1:4), the 'faithfulness of Christ' (Gal 2:16), and 'faith of Christ' (Gal 3:22)?

The terms 'faith in Christ', 'faith of Christ', and 'the faithfulness of Christ' are three different English translation variants used for 'pistis Christos',...

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Answer by Kenneth Heck

What is the significance of the two tablets for the 10 Commandments?

This is a good spiritual question. In my opinion, there were two tablets because there would be two great lawgivers for Israel, Moses and Christ. Christ will...

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Question by Thomas Mathew , A retired Scientist

What is the significance of the two tablets for the 10 Commandments?

Why two? Is there a reason why they weren't written on just one tablet?

Exodus 31:18

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How have certain Christians in your life been a positive example for you?

What are some things/traits you have learned from them?

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Answer by Casper Mcconnell , Casper the Irish

Why is 'accepting Christ' often mentioned in evangelism?

The name Christ is the greek version of the name Messiah. If I "accept Christ" I am doing 3 things: 1. I agree that a jewish teacher called Jesus who claimed...

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Answer by Edwin Danny Reaid

Why is 'accepting Christ' often mentioned in evangelism?

Why is 'accepting Christ' mentioned in evangelism when it is not in the Bible? The words we use have meaning and even convey a specific meaning of our time....

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What does it mean that love always hopes?

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Answer by Glenn Harrell

Why is 'accepting Christ' often mentioned in evangelism?

Many respondents have shown that "Accepting Christ" is beautifully biblical, and so is "Receiving" Christ. We can both receive and accept Christ. We must...

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What is the "biblical way" to have sexual relations with your spouse?

I was raised to believe that sex between a married couple of the opposite sex is a holy thing. It is designed to show each other the trust we have for each...

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Answer by Ken Love

What is the "biblical way" to have sexual relations with your spouse?

God made our bodies to have face-to-face sex. Another thing is God discouraged intercourse during the time of the woman's period (se Lev. 15). This was for...

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Answer by Terry Galloway

What does Revelation chapter 12 mean?

We know that the Triune God (Father, Son and Holy Spirit) were all present at the Creation. (Genesis 1:2, 26) Adam named the animals, but God named the stars...

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