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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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Answer by Dan Rivers , Christian, Husband, Grandfather, Son, AT&T retiree

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

Yes it does prove the election of some and not others... Eph 1:4 NLT - Even before he made the world, God loved us and CHOSE us in Christ to be holy and...

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

I believe the Bible is crystal clear that God has chosen His elect people to himself. God is sovereign. A few other verses may make it more clear. Read...

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Question by DONALD FRISBIE

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

Acts 13:48

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Answer by Mike Williams

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

My belief on this is that we were all created for worship and relationship with God. So that being said, I believe all have been elected for this...

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

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

Yes, Jesus did say that in another context, for a specific purpose. In the passage that you referenced, Jesus is speaking to His disciples before sending...

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Answer by Ron Ray

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

First and foremost, there is no "best book" in the Bible. The Bible says that ALL of scripture is God breathed and is profitable for teaching, correcting,...

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Answer by Sarah Eyo

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

I think the best book for a new Christian to start with is the book of Romans. I starts by explaining how we have fallen from grace and cannot depend on our...

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Answer by Win Alme , Mr

Why didn't Mordecai bow to the king?

His loyalty was to God.

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Answer by Anonymous
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Why didn't Mordecai bow to the king?

I agree with your answer. You're totally right. I would like to add a some background to the events with Haman. Esau married many Caanite women who were...

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

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

Mr. Houdmann's comments above are very well done. I would just like to add a couple more comments, and make a recommendation that is TOTALLY my humble...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Will there be a second chance for salvation after the Rapture?

Some Bible interpreters believe that there will be absolutely no chance for salvation after the Rapture. However, there is no place in the Bible which says...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Is the Rapture the same as the Second Coming of Christ?

The rapture and the second coming of Christ are often confused. Sometimes it is difficult to determine whether a scripture verse is referring to the rapture...

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Answer by Gene Bacon

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

2Th 2:1 (KJV) Now we beseech you, brethren, by the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, and by our gathering together unto him, Notice that the "coming" is...

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