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  1. When and where in the Bible did burnt offerings stop?
  2. Is a sin still a sin if you don’t know it’s a sin? In other words, if you never learned that killing was wrong, is it still a sin to do so?
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  4. What does it mean, "Hurt not the oil and the wine," in Revelation 6:6?
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  8. Why was Jesus in the tomb for three days? Matthew 28:1-10
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Answer by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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What is the purpose behind "uncovering his feet and lie down"?

This verse is read to mean that Ruth was inquiring about Boaz's willingness to take her as his wife and to provide for her as the family redeemer. Is there a...

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Answer by Ben Ting

What is the significance of the term "unequally" in "unequally yoked with unbelievers"?

In the overall context, Paul is admonishing the Corinthian church not to be "like the world" anymore. But rather be separated from the...

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Answer by Chuck Smith jr , Soul-shaper

What is the significance of the term "unequally" in "unequally yoked with unbelievers"?

"Unequally yoked" translates one Greek word--a rare word, in fact, that occurs nowhere else in the New Testament. In the Greek translation of the Old...

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Question by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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What is the significance of the term "unequally" in "unequally yoked with unbelievers"?

The phrase in 2 Corinthians 6:14 is often explained as "do not be yoked with unbelievers". Yet, there's a difference between "do not be unequally yoked" vs. ...

2 Corinthians 6:14

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Answer by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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Where did the women that Cain married come from?

Adam and Eve had many children. The Bible does not tell us how many. However, given that Adam alone lived to 930 years (Genesis 5:5) it is most likely that...

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Question by Barry Rempel

Where did the women that Cain married come from?

Where did the women come from that Cain married? If Cain was the third person on the earth a son fo Adam and Eve where did other people come from?

Genesis 4:1 - 26

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Answer by Jason Winn , Co-Founder, eBible
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Is it possible to lose my salvation?

If you have through faith received and trusted in Jesus Christ, then no you cannot lose your salvation. Even after accepting Jesus into your life, you will...

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Question by Ray Thomas

Is it possible to lose my salvation?

I am a Christian. I love my Lord and in your knowledge of the Bible if I walk with God and live the life that would please the Father, could I miss the raptu...

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Answer by Jason Winn , Co-Founder, eBible
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How does the Spirit teach us?

I'm not sure if I have the full answer, but I think I understand part of it. This is my take. The Holy Spirit is God, the third part of the trinity. Being...

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Answer by Chuck Smith jr , Soul-shaper

How does the Spirit teach us?

Sometimes I think of scripture as a candle and the Spirit the flame. Together, they produce light. I would only add that the illumination (teaching) of...

April 30 2013 Follow Vote Up

Question by Viki Balsamo

How does the Spirit teach us?

In what ways, when, what does he teach us?

1 John 2:27

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Answer by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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What is the significant of the scribes?

Scribes were officially interpreters of the Old Testament and viewed themselves as guardians of the Jewish tradition. They were a guild of scholars skilled...

April 30 2013 Follow Vote Up

Question by Anna Mcdonald , Bible Thumpin' Woman!

What is the significant of the scribes?

Matthew 9:3

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Answer by Kelli Hamann , Pastor's Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Teacher, Writer, Cellist

Does the Bible speak of God's love for animals?

Proverbs 12:10 says, "The righteous care for the needs of their animals, but the kindest acts of the wicked are cruel." While this verse doesn't indicate...

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Answer by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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Who is Satan?

The word "Satan" means "adversary" or "opponent" in Hebrew. In Bible context, it means the arch-enemy of God. Another common term used to describe Satan is...

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Answer by Chuck Smith jr , Soul-shaper

Who is Satan?

I think that "adversary" or "accuser" (Rev. 12:10) gives a clear picture of Satan's role in the Book of Job--and throughout the Scriptures. Notice how Satan...

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Question by Anonymous
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Who is Satan?

What is the role of satan during this time (BC)? Sounds like he works with God, but I believe he is the bad guy?

Job 2:1 - 11

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Answer by David Wagoner , Husband, father, grandfather, Christian minister.

What was the significance of John's clothes?

Rough garments were the garb of prophets. John the Baptist was a poor, rugged, holy man.

April 30 2013 Follow Vote Up