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  1. Why the pointed reference to the original "five barley loaves" in John 6:13 when leftovers were collected?
  2. Does God dwell in eternity or with men? (Isaiah 57:15)
  3. What is the biblical pattern for conducting marriage ceremonies?
  4. Does the Bible forbid having medical treatment to prolong a life?
  5. Why did Jesus curse the fig tree with no fruit since it was not the right season for fruit?
  6. Is it a sin in God’s eyes to refuse treatment for early stage cancer?
  7. What are the benefits of "drinking water from your own well?" (Proverbs 5:19ff)
  8. Why lift hands to praise the Lord? (Psalm 134:2)
  9. What is a believer expected to do after s/he realises that s/he has grieved the Holy Spirit?
  10. Why is Mark 16:9–20 omitted in some Bibles?

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Answer by Nathan Toronga , Christian Elder.

Which is the best book in the Bible to recommend for a new Christian to read?

I am convinced that our God has taken care of that. I strongly suggest that the book to start with is Genesis. That book lays down the foundation upon which...

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Answer by Ema Sabau

Which is the best book in the Bible to recommend for a new Christian to read?

I agree with most of the answer and want to add a suggestion based on experience; Do not gave entire Bible to somebody new or novice in the Word of God ,...

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Question by Brittney Earl

Are the NIV and KJV not God's true word?

I heard the King James Version has seven books taken out of it and the NIV version is perverted.

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Answer by Gregory Tomlinson , Minister, husband,father,grandfather,vet., college graduate

Did not Jesus say "peace I leave you, peace I give you" in John 14:27?

The answer is in the passages; Individual peace that comes from the borned again experience and the other addresses the world and to a world that loves...

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Answer by Carina Hermann

Has the Bible been corrupted, altered, edited, revised, or tampered with?

A good documentary to watch on this, Is Lee Stobel's A case for Christ. he was an atheist journalist, and put in two years of unbiased study with top...

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Answer by Wendy Wheatley

Which is the best book in the Bible to recommend for a new Christian to read?

Ask the Lord to reveal His word to you. Open His book and read wherever it opens.

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Answer by Michael Tinsley , Retired Army veteran. Love my Bible (Jesus) and fishing.

Does God promise to not give us more than we can handle?

1 Cor 10:13 says God won't allow us to be tempted to _sin beyond what we can bear. He doesn't promise not to _burden us more than we can handle. Even Paul...

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Answer by Bob Johnson , Layperson. Self Educated Theologically - see full bio

Does God promise to not give us more than we can handle?

God is in control. Whatever situation you are in, He controls. I invite you to find the book "The Serpent of Paradise". Even Satan is in gods control. So if...

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Answer by Bob Johnson , Layperson. Self Educated Theologically - see full bio

Has the Bible been corrupted, altered, edited, revised, or tampered with?

Bart Ehrman would disagree with most comments here, and the main article on this subject. He is a distinguished author and lecturer but I use that term...

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Answer by Jeff Hammond

Will there be a second chance for salvation after the Rapture?

There is no 2nd chance after the Rapture and the 2nd Coming as the Rapture and the 2nd Coming both occur at the "coming" or the "parousia" of the Lord Jesus....

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Answer by Jeff Hammond

Is the Rapture the same as the Second Coming of Christ?

The Rapture and the 2nd Coming both occur at the "coming" or the "parousia" of the Lord Jesus. They are only separated by a twinkling of the eye....

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Answer by Jeff Hammond

Why are there so many Bible translations, and which is the best?

As a reader of the Bible in English, Hebrew, Greek, Arabic, Indonesian and Malay, the discussion above is very relevant. I endorse almost all that has been...

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Answer by Jeff Hammond

What is the Day-Age Theory?

I agree with rejecting the "day-age" theory of indeterminate "days" but have some problems with your statements regarding the 1 day for 1000 years and...

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Answer by Chris Bray

Does Acts 13:48 prove election of some and not others?

I see by reading some of the other answers and comments, the question was posed not for genuine necessity of an answer, but to initiate a debate. So I would...

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Answer by Don Whitley , Husband, father, grandpa and a Christian.

Which is the best book in the Bible to recommend for a new Christian to read?

My suggestion would be the book of James. It is practical for all of us, but especially to a new Christian or one considering to become a Christian. It is...

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Answer by Tim Beeker

Romans 14 talks about "food" and "days." What food and what days are being talked about?

As regarding the meat of the sacrifices, some was for the priests' sole consumption. Others who could eat of the sacrificial meats were the priests'...

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Answer by john perry , 15 year missionary taught Apologetics college level

Romans 14 talks about "food" and "days." What food and what days are being talked about?

In Jesus day there were meat sacrifices made in the temple and some of the left over meat was then sold. it was believed by the orthodox jews that this meat...

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Answer by Anonymous
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Romans 14 talks about "food" and "days." What food and what days are being talked about?

Read Rom.14:14-23 & Col.2:14-17 1 TIM.4:1-6 Where to buy meat (1Cor. 10:25) With whom to eat (Acts 11:3; 1Cor. 5:9-12; 2Th. 3:7-13; Jude 1:12 Where to eat...

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Answer by Don Whitley , Husband, father, grandpa and a Christian.

Romans 14 talks about "food" and "days." What food and what days are being talked about?

This isn’t so much about days and food as it is about degrees of Christian maturity. We aren’t to make judgments on petty differences and certainly not that...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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What is the Day-Age Theory?

Although Moses wrote the book of Genesis approximately 3,400 years ago, it has been in just the last couple of centuries that serious debate over the nature...

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