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Answer by Anonymous
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Can women serve as deacons in the church?

Dorcas (also known as Tabitha) was a disciple who lived in Joppa, referenced in the Book of Acts 9:36–42 of the Bible. Alternately, some Christian feminists...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Who was Saint Patrick and why do we celebrate St. Patrick's Day?

The man eventually canonized as Saint Patrick by the Catholic Church was born to a wealthy family in AD 387 in Kilpatrick, Scotland. His real name was Maewyn...

August 12 2013 2 Comments Follow Vote Up

Answer by Dina Perkins

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

It's so simple, it's hard. If the language used, back in the day, is too unfamiliar with the language today, then you're going to struggle with the KJV. So,...

August 12 2013 7 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Chris Barlow

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

Dear Friends, The KJV was ordered by King James I in the early seventeenth century in England because there were a number of english translations and he felt...

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Answer by Sherry Polk

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

The everyday Bible I use is NIV...however when I come across scripture that I want to really get into I go back to my KJV for clarification...and in most...

August 12 2013 1 Comments 7 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Arun Kumar , Engineer, Chennai, India

Where were the wise men from? What is known about their belief regarding the star and how it was to identify our Lord?

The wise men were evidently from the contemporary parts of Babylon since the greek Bible reads it "Magi", which refers to experts in astronomy and other...

August 12 2013 1 Comments Follow Vote Up

Answer by Davina Garrett

What does it mean to live in sin?

I suggest reading Romans 7 and 8. :) they are not easy passages to understand however. I agree with Don Watson. When we were in the flesh we did what we...

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Answer by Anonymous
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Are we predestined to know Christ?

Simple...Yes God is in Control and will call His Chosen/Elect people to Himself. Some predestined to eternal life and some to hell...sorry, but this IS the...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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What is The Message (MSG)?

The Message - History The Message: The Bible in Contemporary Language was created by pastor, scholar, author, and poet Eugene H. Peterson and published in...

August 12 2013 2 Comments Follow Vote Up

Answer by Obedience Rocca , O. J. R.

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

At least two reasons: 1) The KJV is often considered to be beautiful, poetic translation, even though it is somewhat hard to understand. 2) The KJV New...

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Answer by Samuel Reed

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

Romans 10:9-12. You are "Elect" or the "object of mercy" if you obtain righteousness from Jesus Christ. God will save everyone who calls on the name of the...

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Answer by D W

Is the choice of salvation in greater control by man or by God?

God said it, I believe it, that settles it.

August 11 2013 1 Comments 7 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Chris Eleam , Chris Eleam

What does it mean to live in sin?

In today’s pluralistic and tolerant society, people hesitate to make moral judgments. Doing so is not politically correct, we are told. The greatest sin...

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Answer by Daniel Adeyelu

What does it mean to be a prophet today?

God is still in the business of talking to his prophets today and will forever be. God speaks to his prophets through dreams, visions,trances, little still...

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Answer by D W

Why is there so much confusion regarding the teachings of the Bible?

Confusion is the result of the failure to "rightly divide" scripture (2 Timothy 2:15-16). To rightly divide means to accurately interpret and apply...

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Answer by D W

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

We are losing count on the number of "new" translations of the Bible. In studying each of them, one comes across verses which do not say precisely the same...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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How can I know if I am one of the elect?

While there are numerous ideas of precisely what election means in regards to salvation, the fact that believers are elect is indisputable (Romans 8:29-30;...

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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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