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  1. When Mary, the mother of Jesus, stated, "From now on all generations will call me blessed," does this mean she should be worshipped?
  2. Hosea 1:2—How could a holy God who condemns harlotry command Hosea to marry a harlot?
  3. How can we know whether or not King Solomon went to heaven?
  4. Does God promise to protect us?
  5. What did Jesus mean in John chapter 1:47 when he said, "Here truly is an Israelite in whom there is no deceit"?
  6. What does it mean to break up your unplowed ground? (Jeremiah 4:3)
  7. Who were the Rechabites in the Bible?
  8. How had the Israelites’ altars become “altars for sinning”? (Hosea 8:11–13)
  9. Why did Jesus say you can't serve two masters, you will hate one and love the other?
  10. What is the meaning of the following phrase: "He made known to us the mystery of his will according to his good pleasure, which he purposed in Christ."?

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Answer by D W

How can I know if I am one of the elect?

You become one of "the elect" when you authentically place your faith, hope and trust in Jesus as Savior. Turn to Romans 10:8-13. It is there for everyone...

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Question by Joe Glascock , Homemaker,caretaker, artist.

Why is the KJV still read in this modern day and age?

I feel the KJV Bible is somewhat outdated and hard to understand.

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Answer by Ron Ray

Can women serve as deacons in the church?

Looking at the grammatical intention of the question, it appears that you are asking a "what" question as opposed to a "why" question. However, I'll try to...

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Answer by Benjamin Shimomura

Is there ever any clear or literal meaning in a scripture passage that holds for all people at all places at all times in narrative theology?

The death and resurrection of Jesus are clear and literal. Ironically, although Jesus often spoke of these events to his disciples, they didn't understand...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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What is the Sabbath day?

At first glance, the question "What is the Sabbath day?" seems fairly simple. According to Exodus 20:8-11, the Sabbath is the seventh day of the week, on...

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Answer by Albert Perkic

What is the Sabbath day?

The Sabbath day literally means ' to cease'. When God told us to 'remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy' (set apart) Exodus 20:8. He wanted us to remember...

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Answer by Don Watson

Is there ever any clear or literal meaning in a scripture passage that holds for all people at all places at all times in narrative theology?

I'm led to answer "Yes! A whole bunch!" The scriptures are best understood when the Holy Spirit leads us to a literal, not figurative evaluation. Figurative...

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Answer by Steven Best , Former mil intel analyst, chiropractor & Bible Teacher

Why is it necessary to teach Christians about marriages in this century?

Hosea once wrote: " My people perish for lack of knowledge" (Hosea 4:6) and both second Timothy and Titus, in setting up the offices of bishops/overseers and...

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Answer by Anonymous
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Whom are the synoptics addressed to?

I believe that the synoptic gospels explain who Jesus is and Pauls epistles show us how to be followers and is for Christians of all nations

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Who was the disciple whom Jesus loved?

The Gospel of John is the only Gospel which mentions "the disciple whom Jesus loved." John 13:23 tells us, "One of them, the disciple whom Jesus loved, was...

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Answer by Diane Pizzo , Grandmother and Mom and student of God's word.

Who was the disciple whom Jesus loved?

Personally I believe John was showing his humility. Jesus had called him a "son of thunder" referring to his anger, so when John spoke of himself as the one...

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Answer by James Sanders , Licensed Counselor

What does it mean to live in sin?

We all live in sin on a daily basis. That is why Jesus came. We could not live up to God's standard. We all practice sin whatever the degree of sin. God...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Is unconditional election biblical?

Unconditional election is a phrase that is used to summarize what the Bible teaches about the predestination-or the election-of people for salvation. It...

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Answer by Tim Collinson , Tim Collinson

Is unconditional election biblical?

2 Timothy 2:10 point of fact: Where the word elect is seen in Paul's letters this refers to the Jews not the Gentiles. The apostle had been preaching to the...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Why is the science community so opposed to creationism?

It is important to distinguish between the terms "science" and "scientific community." Science is a discipline concerned with observing, experimenting with,...

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Answer by Anonymous
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What does it mean to live in sin?

The Bible makes it very clear that a person who is born again and wishes to remain or continue in Christ, does not live in sin! 1 John 3:24 We've all heard...

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Answer by Anonymous
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Why is it necessary to teach Christians about marriages in this century?

The bible says 'Marriage is honorable' but we see many marriages today which are not honorable. Divorce is also on the increase and many lives are without...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Should Christians of different denominations date or marry?

Can a Baptist date a Pentecostal? Can a Lutheran date a Presbyterian? The most important issue is whether both individuals know Jesus Christ as Savior. The...

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