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Question by Anonymous
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Why did Judas bring weapons?

John 18:3

1 Vote May 09 2013 1 Answer Follow Vote Up

Answer by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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Who were the half-tribe of Manasseh?

When the Israelites were planning to cross the Jordan river, the tribe of Reuben, Gad and half the tribe of Manasseh decided to stay back and settle in...

May 08 2013 2 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Question by Stephen M , Early retired. Enjoying the time God has given me.

Why will some who are sons of the kingdom be excluded?

Who are the sons of the kingdom that will be excluded from the kingdom and thrown into outer darkness?

Matthew 8:12

May 08 2013 Follow Vote Up

Answer by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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Why will some who are sons of the kingdom be excluded?

Jesus was speaking in reference Gentiles and Jews. The context of this discussion is the Centurion's faith. Though he was a Gentile, he had more faith in...

May 08 2013 2 Comments Follow Vote Up

Question by Stephen M , Early retired. Enjoying the time God has given me.

Why will some who are sons of the kingdom be excluded?

Who are the sons of the kingdom that will be excluded from the kingdom and thrown into outer darkness?

Matthew 8:12

4 Votes May 08 2013 1 Answer Follow Vote Up

Answer by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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When did the Apostle Paul die?

The Bible does not say where, when or how Paul died. There are many theories. One tradition is that Paul was beheaded by Romans under the Emperor Nero around...

May 08 2013 1 More Answer Follow Vote Up

Question by Louis Webb

When did the Apostle Paul die?

Romans 1:1 - 32

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Question by Louis Webb

When did Paul die?

Romans 1:1 - 32

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Answer by Jean Atty , Disciples or Jesus-Christ followers

What does "unstable" mean in 2 Peter 3:16?

Unstable here would mean not being firm in your service to God. It targets people with faith that goes with their emotions and daily occurrences. I would say...

May 08 2013 5 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Kevin O'Donnell

What does "unstable" mean in 2 Peter 3:16?

I agree with Colin but wish to add that this weakness can be due to a lack of solid scriptural understanding and meditation. I also apply to young people to...

May 08 2013 5 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Question by Louis Webb

When did the Apostle Paul die?

Romans 1:1 - 32

7 Votes May 08 2013 2 Answers Follow Vote Up

Question by Martha Moyer

What does "unstable" mean in 2 Peter 3:16?

2 Peter 3:16

May 08 2013 Follow Vote Up

Answer by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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What does unstable mean in 2Pet. 3:16?

The word comes from the Greek term "asteriktos" which in this context means "unfixed", "vacillating". Most likely meaning folks who are fickle-minded.

May 08 2013 Follow Vote Up

Answer by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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What does "unstable" mean in 2 Peter 3:16?

The word comes from the Greek term "asteriktos" which in this context means "unfixed", "vacillating". Most likely meaning folks who are fickle-minded.

May 08 2013 1 Comments 5 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Question by Martha Moyer
Answer by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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If a parent spares discipline, are the children spoiled?

The verse you're looking for is actually Proverbs 13:24. Whoever spares the rod hates their children, but the one who loves their children is careful to...

May 08 2013 1 More Answer Follow Vote Up

Question by Shirley Lowes

If a parent spares discipline, are the children spoiled?

Spare the rod, spoil the child is disputed as unbiblical, is this true?

May 08 2013 2 Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Chuck Smith jr , Soul-shaper

What about repeated sin?

Matt, Your question is personal, so I will attempt a personal response--although it seems to me that the purpose for this question and answer forum is to...

May 07 2013 Follow Vote Up