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Answer by D W

Why are we taught that we would go to heaven when the Bible says that a new earth will be created?

Q: "Revelation 14:3 says that 144,000 will be redeemed from the earth. When people say that they want to go to heaven, is it safe to assume that they are...

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Question by Samuel Bourassa

Why in Acts 16:31 would the jailer's family be saved if the jailer believed?

In this verse, why does Paul say to the jailer that if he believes, him AND his family will be saved?

Acts 16:31

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Answer by Nathan Waterman

Why are we taught that we would go to heaven when the Bible says that a new earth will be created?

The phrase 'died and went to heaven' does not occur in the Bible. The Hope of the Christian is Resurrection unto eternal life, not mere survival of death.

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Answer by D W

Where does the term "rapture" originate from?

The Latin word is rapturo. That's where it comes from. It was derived from the Greek phrase, "caught up."

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Answer by D W

Why do some churches only celebrate communion with the breaking of the bread and do not include the drinking of the blood?

Some folks object to drinking fermented wine, others have allergies to grape juice. The wine might be fermented, or it might be just juice. One could conduct...

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Answer by Gary Patton , People Development Coach to Christians

Does a person have to attend church to go to heaven?

A person doesn't become a car by sitting in his/her garage for an hour a week. Neither does one become a Follower of Jesus by doing the same thing in a...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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How bad can a Christian sin?

Christians continue to sin after they are saved - we will not be completely free from sin until we die or Jesus comes back. However, becoming a Christian...

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Question by Samuel Bourassa

What does the Bible say about historic inventions that are said to have been constructed before 4000 B.C.?

How do we reconcile the idea that the Earth is about 6,000 years old (beginning at about 4000 B.C.), and the timeline of historic inventions that would have ...

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Question by Anonymous
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Can a Seventh Day Adventist attend religious events of other faiths/denominations if they are held on Saturday?

For example, can a Seventh Day Adventist attend a Catholic baptism or a Muslim wedding if either was held on a Saturday?

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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What does it mean that God gave humanity dominion over the animals?

The word dominion means "rule or power over." God has sovereign power over His creation and has delegated the authority to mankind to have dominion over the...

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Answer by D W

Is it wrong to attend two (or more) different churches?

Heather has stated it quite well. If one attended services in a word-faith church, where tongues are spoken and demonic deliverance is commonplace, along...

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Answer by D W

Does the Bible tell us we have to take an oath or agree to a local church covenant in order to be a "member" of that church?

No. Nowhere in the Christian writings, the Covenant of Grace through Faith, is there an oath or local church requirement for membership in the Body of...

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Answer by Heather Willcockson

Is it wrong to attend two (or more) different churches?

I don't know of anything in the bible that states clearly a right or wrong answer to this question, however I will tell you that it can create what I call a...

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Answer by Thanjan Gnanadurai

What did Jesus mean when He instructed us to turn the other cheek?

'An eye for an eye and tooth for a tooth' in the OT expects a self protective response equal to, but no more and no less than the initial act of aggression....

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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What is moral relativism?

Moral relativism is more easily understood in comparison to moral absolutism. Absolutism claims that morality relies on universal principles (natural law,...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Should we give gifts at Christmas?

Many people take the idea of gift giving at Christmas back to the scripture in Matthew 2:10-11 which talks about the Magi (wise men) giving gifts to Jesus at...

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Answer by Shirley Horton

What are the origins of Easter?

To start with...easter is simply pagan. Yeshua was not resurrected on easter.. Yeshua Himself said as Jonah was 3 days AND 3 nights in the belly of the great...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Is there an error in the counting of the generations in Matthew chapter 1?

Matthew's genealogy traces the ancestors of Joseph, the legal father of Jesus. The structure of the genealogy descends from father to son, beginning with...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Are many practices and traditions in Christianity actually pagan in origin?

In their 2008 book Pagan Christianity, authors Frank Viola and George Barna present the surprising origins of many of the practices commonly found in...

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Answer by Jennifer Rothnie , Housewife, Artist, Perpetually Curious

Is it wrong to attend two (or more) different churches?

It is wrong to attend two different churches (faiths), such as Christianity and Islam. There is only one church (body of believers) under Christ. It is not...

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