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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
Supporter

Is the deity of Christ Biblical?

In addition to Jesus' specific claims about Himself, His disciples also acknowledged the deity of Christ. They claimed that Jesus had the right to forgive...

September 29 2013 1 Comments Follow Vote Up

Answer by Luigi Porco

"Jesus wept" in John 11:35, why did He weep?

I think Jesus wept because it broke His heart to see Mary and Martha in so much pain over the death of their brother. And also because Jesus loved them and...

September 29 2013 1 Comments 8 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Question by Thomisha Mason

Who is King James of the KJV Bible?

6 Votes September 29 2013 2 Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Jeffin Johnson , I love Jesus

Why does God say to make no covenant with the the Hittites, the Girgashites, the Amorites, the Canaanites, the Perizzites, the Hivites, and the Jebusites?

I think the answer to that is in the 4th verse: 'for they will lead your children away from me to worship other gods'. In previous Chapter Moses reminds...

September 29 2013 1 More Answer Follow Vote Up

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

"Jesus wept" in John 11:35, why did He weep?

There is so much that can be said here about why Jesus wept at the grave of Lazarus. It was in part because of the lack of faith of the mourners at the grave...

September 29 2013 8 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Question by Joshua Tetteh

Where was Jesus crucified?

2 Votes September 29 2013 1 Answer Follow Vote Up

Answer by Jeff Hammond

Is the teaching that Christ will return on the Feast of Trumpets biblical?

Matthew 24:36-39, "Of that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven, but My Father only. But as the days of Noah were, so also will the...

September 28 2013 3 Comments 2 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Ayoade FAMUREWA

Is baptism is symbolic or an outward sign of an inward faith, or is it required?

Baptism is an act of being born again in fulfilment of prerequisite for seeing the kingdom of heaven. By complete immersion in the water one is dead to the...

September 28 2013 9 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Luigi Porco

Is baptism is symbolic or an outward sign of an inward faith, or is it required?

When we put our faith in Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of our sins, the Bible says we are baptized into His body (i.e., born again). This is the inward,...

September 28 2013 9 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Tom Huntford

How do I support my son who just announced he's gay?

You have to go back to the Scriptures for how to handle this. This person is your child--but they are first and foremost a person. A person who is...

September 28 2013 9 Comments 15 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Question by Sammy Luo

Is the Rahab listed as an ancestress of Christ the same as the Rahab from Joshua? If so, was this known before the time of Christ?

Matthew's genealogy states Rahab as the mother of Boaz and the ancestress of David, and ultimately of Jesus Christ. Was this fact known among the Israelites ...

Matthew 1:5

2 Votes September 28 2013 1 Answer Follow Vote Up

Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
Supporter

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

Much misunderstanding about the Christian life occurs because we either assign commands and exhortations we should be following as "era-specific" commands...

September 28 2013 2 Comments 4 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by D W

How can we know what our vocation is?

God's "plan" is for each one of us to receive Him as Savior. That's THE awesome, wonderful plan offered freely to those of us who believe in Him. Once we...

September 28 2013 1 More Answer Follow Vote Up

Answer by D W

What did Jesus mean when He said "let this cup pass from Me"?

Before the foundation of the world the sacrifice of Jesus on the Cross was ordained by God. Jesus knew that that day would come. On His knees, weeping, Jesus...

September 28 2013 2 Comments 8 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Brenda Garrett

Is baptism is symbolic or an outward sign of an inward faith, or is it required?

Why do people say baptism is symbolic or an outward sign of an inward faith, when the bible does not say that? I believe it does say that in reading of the...

September 28 2013 1 Comments 9 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by D W

"Jesus wept" in John 11:35, why did He weep?

Jesus wept when He observed the lack of faith of those involved, and the weeping of those hired to weep at funerals, as was a custom in that day. Jesus did...

September 28 2013 1 Comments 8 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by D W

What exactly is the "power" that many Charismatics or Pentecostals experience and even seem to radiate?

It is a valuable Spiritual lesson to learn that the channel between us and God, via the Holy Spirit, is open 24/7/365. The "store" never closes. One...

September 28 2013 4 Comments 1 More Answer Follow Vote Up

Answer by Sahoulyah Shumenyah

Is baptism is symbolic or an outward sign of an inward faith, or is it required?

Romans 6:4-8 We were buried therefore with him by baptism into death, in order that, just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, we...

September 28 2013 9 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Question by Casper Mcconnell , Casper the Irish

"Jesus wept" in John 11:35, why did He weep?

Does the verse simply mean that the wake was still continuing by custom so Jesus joined with them for some kind of "weeping and wailing" tradition- before th...

John 11:35

3 Votes September 28 2013 9 Answers Follow Vote Up

Question by Anonymous
Medium

Who was Jesus referring to when He spoke of His 'other sheep'?

Could He have been referring to the saved souls in Abraham' Bosom? I have lately been wondering about the other sheep. It seems logical to me that Jesus was...

John 10:16

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