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  6. What does it mean to redeem a tithe and add a fifth to it?
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  8. What law is Paul talking about in Romans 9:31-32?
  9. What did Jesus mean when He spoke of worldwide preaching in Matthew 24:14?
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Answer by David Smith

Why didn't Adam and Eve die immediately?

I believe that all parents are guilty of some degree of hyperbole when correcting or instructing their children. We hope to create some sense of obedience by...

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Answer by Don Watson

What can Christians do about our public educational system?

For many years I have advocated "home" schooling take place in the local church building, which may be largely unused (sadly) during the week. I have simply...

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Question by Anonymous
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What can Christians do about our public educational system?

No matter how much we push back, it seems that the federal government is going to dictate to us.

September 12 2013 1 Answer Follow Vote Up

Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
Supporter

How can I overcome resistance to change?

Change can be one of the most stressful things in life, even when the change is desired. Resistance to change is natural to human nature. In fact, there is a...

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Answer by Meshack Gachago , lead-elder, educator and overseer of several ministries

Does the New Testament address tithing?

Paul says those who preach the gospel should live by it.. He says those who are taught the word should share all good things with the teacher. Jesus said to...

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Answer by D W

Why are there two different Creation accounts in Genesis chapters 1-2?

Read Genesis Chapter One right on through Genesis 2:3, as if there were no break. That is, in reality, all one chapter. Genesis 2:4 begins an expansion on...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
Supporter

Can keeping the Five Pillars of Islam get me to heaven?

Because God is just, He will punish sin-regardless of how well you keep the Five Pillars of Islam. As a Muslim, you long to reach paradise after you die. But...

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Answer by Anonymous
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Does the New Testament address tithing?

I was given a package when I tried to come back to organized religion, at the mega church in my town. The welcome to our church cd was an audio sermon from...

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Answer by Meluleki Maphosa

Did Moses die or was he resurrected?

My understanding of Jude v9 is that Moses died and was resurrected to heaven. Perhaps it was a good thing that his grave could not be found. Can you imagine...

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Answer by Samuel Asamoah

Why are there two different Creation accounts in Genesis chapters 1-2?

Hebrews 11:3 states that through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God..... Faith sees the result in the realm of the Spirit...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Are the miracles in the Bible to be taken literally?

Yes, the miracles of the Bible are to be taken literally, just as all Scripture is to be taken literally except those portions which are clearly intended to...

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Answer by D W

Should we have a Christmas Tree? Does the Christmas Tree have its origin in ancient pagan rituals?

Forget about it. The fact that there are Christmas trees today has no relevance to decades ago. There's nothing pagan or sinister about it for Christians...

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

Can a Christian keep sinning?

If a person has the indwelling Holy Spirit they do not want to sin... 1Jo 3:9 NLT - Those who have been born into God's family do not make a practice of...

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Answer by A Lamb

Can a Christian keep sinning?

Yes. Every time we disobey God's law we sin. (1 John 3:4) Just driving my car to work causes me to sin these days. Also if we wilfully continue to sin then...

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Answer by Dr Kenneth Onyejekwe

Can a Christian keep sinning?

In 1 John 6-10 and.We are told that if we have fellowship with God but walk in darkness we deceive ourselves,again if we say we have no sin we are liars. A...

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Answer by Chris Button , Retired Fire Captain, sinner saved by Grace

Can a Christian keep sinning?

There's no need for sanctification if we already reached the point where we are not sinning. As we grow in our Christian walk, we become more like Christ. As...

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Answer by Anupama Rajesh

How long did it take God to create the world?

We cannot say the days are literal. A thousand years is just like a day in His presence. So ideally it is not just 24 hours or a day. But, God says : YOUR...

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Answer by A Lamb

What did Paul mean when he asked the Corinthians about what they have and received?

Paul is questioning the Corinthian Christians who were boasting about all the blessings received but were acting as if it was their own doing. He wanted to...

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