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Question by Flavel T. Lorenzo

Can one be gay and a missionary?

12 Votes September 21 2013 14 Comments Follow Vote Up

Question by Anonymous
Medium

What is the Bible's stand on the phenomenon of "ghost"?

A family friend died in a hospital after battling with what could be considered poisoning, though there was no autopsy to verify this. Immediately after he g...

September 21 2013 2 Comments Follow Vote Up

Answer by Vincent Mercado , Skeptic turned believer, Catholic, father of 3

Is worship of saints or Mary Biblical?

No, it is not biblical. And to set things straight, Catholics do not worship Mary and the saints. The confusion is understandable - not knowing what...

September 21 2013 29 Comments 1 More Answer Follow Vote Up

Answer by Vincent Mercado , Skeptic turned believer, Catholic, father of 3

Was Saint Peter the first Pope?

YES HE IS. In John 21; Jesus told Peter, "Feed my lambs" "Take care of my sheep" "Feed my sheep". If Jesus is the Good Shepherd, he is obviously setting...

September 21 2013 24 Comments 21 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Vincent Mercado , Skeptic turned believer, Catholic, father of 3

How does one respond to the question, "every religion thinks it's right and the others are wrong, now you're saying I should believe you''?

For these kinds of people, you will not get anywhere by quoting scriptures. You have to employ philosophy. Using Philosophy to search for truth, it will...

September 21 2013 3 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Vincent Mercado , Skeptic turned believer, Catholic, father of 3

Was the covenant of marriage the first covenant God made?

A covenant is when a person says, "I am yours, you are mine." In the case of marriage, it is the man who makes the covenant with the woman. He says to the...

September 21 2013 1 More Answer Follow Vote Up

Answer by Vincent Mercado , Skeptic turned believer, Catholic, father of 3

What is the difference between the words "LORD" and "GOD"?

"God" is the deity. "God" is not a name. "Lord" is a title, also not a name. "Elohim" is the ancient Hebrew for "God", therefore not a name. "The Almighty"...

September 21 2013 1 Comments 2 More Answers Follow Vote Up

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

How can I know that I have the presence of Holy Spirit in my heart?

First of all, if you’ve truly accepted Jesus as your Savior, the Spirit is at work in your heart. When Jesus prepared to leave His disciples, He promised...

September 21 2013 30 Comments 7 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by D W

Was the covenant of marriage the first covenant God made?

The first covenant that God made was in the days of Noah, before and after the deluge. '(Genesis 9:12-15) The second covenant was made between God and the...

September 21 2013 1 More Answer Follow Vote Up

Question by terri gutter

Was the covenant of marriage the first covenant God made?

Genesis 1:1

1 Vote September 21 2013 2 Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by D W

How can I know that I have the presence of Holy Spirit in my heart?

Confess with your mouth, out loud, the Lord Jesus. See Romans 10:8-13. Prior to your confession study John 14:6, John 3:16-17, John 3:3, John 5:24. Once you...

September 21 2013 7 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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What is Heaven like?

Heaven is a real place described in the Bible. The word "heaven" is found 276 times in the New Testament alone. Scripture refers to three heavens. The...

September 21 2013 4 Comments 1 More Answer Follow Vote Up

Answer by Laurie Harrison

What happens after death, before the Resurrection?

In my readings, scripture indicates that we will die and our next conscious moment will be in the sight of Jesus. But I also agree that other scriptures can...

September 20 2013 23 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Emo Tenorio , Shomer

Are Catholic beliefs and practices Biblical?

In my humble opinion No, the mythical qualities are fanciful and heretical that's the basic problem then doctrines and theatrical traditions are not...

September 20 2013 3 Comments 2 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Ron Ray

Do the souls of aborted babies go to heaven?

Yes. A child in the womb murdered by the barbaric hand of godless abortionists immediately goes straight into the arms of Jesus Christ. This agrees with...

September 20 2013 13 Comments 9 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Thmas Ford , Brother

What happens after death, before the Resurrection?

Well. I am not totally sure if we go to Heaven immediately or not but with the work Christ done for me on the cross I definitely have fire insurance.

September 20 2013 23 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Michael Hill , Son. Servant. Slave. All of the Most High.

What is the difference between Christians and Catholics?

Catholics are almost never Christian. In order for a professing Catholic to be Christian according to biblical standards, one must stray far away from the...

September 20 2013 23 Comments 12 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Sidgar .

Was Jesus angry when he replied to the man asking him to heal his son?

I will answer this by comparing it to the famous story of King Solomon, where he judged between the two women fighting over custody of a son. He was likely...

September 20 2013 3 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Thmas Ford , Brother

Was Jesus angry when he replied to the man asking him to heal his son?

No, he was frustrated with the Jews for their lack of belief.

September 20 2013 3 More Answers Follow Vote Up