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  1. Is there any “secular” evidence to support the Bible’s claims? (Psalm 119:160)
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  6. Does God condone war?
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  8. Is fasting a requirement to talk to God when you are saved by grace through faith?
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Answer by Tim Maas , Retired Quality Assurance Specialist with the U.S. Army

How can I know that Scripture is of itself sufficient for faith and for life?

Christians believe in the verbal plenary inspiration of the books in the Bible, meaning that every word found in the Bible is given to us by God (verbal),...

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Why is Christianity such a bloody religion?

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

How can I know that Scripture is of itself sufficient for faith and for life?

Ro 7:12 and 1Ti 1:8 Ps 19:7 also Ps 119:142; Jas 1:25 Ps 119:89 also Mt 5:18; Mt 24:35; 1Pe 1:24-25; Isa 40:6-8

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What does it mean to lean not on your own understanding?

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Is there any “secular” evidence to support the Bible’s claims? (Psalm 119:160)

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Why did Jesus curse the fig tree with no fruit since it was not the right season for fruit?

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Answer by Kathleen M Brosius Brosius

What law is Paul talking about in Romans 9:31-32?

The Law (the Ten Commandments) was given to all mankind. Jesus did not intend for there to be two types of people. His plan was for all of us to believe in...

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Answer by Thomas Riccardi , Hopeful seminary student

Where was Jesus for the three days between His death and resurrection?

The scriptures in Peter are teaching that Jesus the Christ (as a spirit) went to a spiritual world wherein the dead existed (in a spirit form) and gave them...

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Answer by Tiffani Lee

Do we continue to fast even if we mistakenly ate while fasting?

There’s no need to be negative and beat yourself up as that is exactly what Satan wants. Like some of the previous responses, pray to the Lord for repentance...

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Answer by Shantkumar S. Kunjam , An Indian, Mennonite Church, Pastor, Administrator, Bishop,

Why did Jesus curse the fig tree with no fruit since it was not the right season for fruit?

The very first thing we need to understand that Jesus our Lord did not curse the fig tree. It was Peter's conclusion that Jesus cursed it. Second thing we...

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Answer by James Kraft , 74 year old retired pipeline worker

How can I take control of my thoughts?

First John 1:8 If we say we have no sin, we deceive ourselves and the TRUTH is not in us. We are going to have sinful thoughts until we die. It is part of...

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Answer by James Kraft , 74 year old retired pipeline worker

How does God's sovereignty work together with free will?

God in His sovereignty has given man a free will. If not, Adam and Eve could not have sinned. Since the fall, all men are sinners. Romans 3:23 and Romans...

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Answer by N S , 4th-generation Bible-believing Christian

Does the Bible support the need to have a marriage officially solemnized or officiated?

As Jesus and the Pharisees discussed (Matthew 5:31 and Matthew 19:7), Moses said to give a woman a "WRITING" OF DIVORCE when a divorce was going to take...

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Is universalism / universal salvation Biblical?

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

Does God condone war?

In a perfect universe, there would be continual peace. However, in this life and fallen world, evil spiritual and human forces are active that seek to harm...

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Were Adam and Eve saved? How many children did Adam and Eve have? When were Adam and Eve created?

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

Does God condone war?

The Old Testament says "yes," I think, but the New Testament appears to say "no."

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Answer by Aurel Gheorghe

Can Our Prayers Cause God to Change His Mind? (Exodus 32:14)

From Exodus 32:14 it appears that God sometimes, upon request, change His mind. Twice more, Moses pleaded with God on Israel's behalf (Num 14:1-16; 16:1-50)...

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