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Answer by troy Pearsall

What did Jesus mean when he said, "I come not to bring peace, but to bring a sword"?

When the world hears the gospel they are so enraged by the truth that it causes conflict, between those that receive the gospel and those that reject it....

September 16 2013 5 Comments 11 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Question by Amy Hubbard

Why does God include Adam and his descendants' genealogy and lifespans?

God lists Adam's descendants--Seth, Enosh, Keenan, etc.-- and notes their lifespan (930 years, 912 years, 905 years, 840 years, etc.). This information seem...

Genesis 5:1 - 32

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Does God love Satan?

No, God does not love Satan, and neither should we. God cannot love that which is evil and unholy, and Satan embodies all of that. He is the enemy (1 Peter...

September 16 2013 9 Comments 4 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Michael Smith

What does Jesus mean by comparing the wind to a person born from the spirit?

I'll try an answer for this question. People born of the Spirit follow the lead of God's will. It does not always make sense but when we as Christians follow...

September 16 2013 5 Comments 10 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Glen Jeffers , Pastor and president of Christ In Us Ministries Int'l.

What did Jesus mean when he said, "I come not to bring peace, but to bring a sword"?

I would like to pick up on two aspects from Hamann's and La Valley's answers. The sword of the Spirit is the sword that Jesus was speaking about (La Valley)....

September 16 2013 2 Comments 11 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Brandon Hughes , Regular Worker Guy

Is not the phrase "Heaven and Earth' one of the very first metaphorical references to the Star of David?

This is an example of trying to read something in to the bible that isn't there. Why would a triangle be used to symbolize heaven or earth? Why not an arrow...

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Answer by Dorcas Sitali , Miss Dorcas sitali

Why did Satan think he could defeat God?

it's because he is a fool he has no brains even as the bible says in 1 cor 2: 6 - 7 they don't know nothing even when they touch us not knowing that we are...

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Answer by Seth Freeman

Why did Satan think he could defeat God?

Satan is basically the embodiment of complete and total hubris. I think the encounter of Satan with God concerning Job is a perfect example of this. Job is...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Why did Satan think he could defeat God?

It's hard to imagine a being who was as close to God as Lucifer (Satan) was coming to believe that he could even do battle with God, much less defeat Him....

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Could God create a rock so heavy He could not lift it?

This question is frequently asked by skeptics of God, the Bible, Christianity, etc. If God can create a rock that He cannot lift, then God is not omnipotent....

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Answer by Seth Freeman

Could God create a rock so heavy He could not lift it?

The basic mistake here is that, "being too heavy for God to lift," is not a property of the rock, but describes a property of God. Namely, to create such a...

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Question by Rebecca Graham

What do the four wheels mean?

Ezekiel 10:8 - 22

September 16 2013 2 Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Casper Mcconnell , Casper the Irish

When did Adam decide to call the first woman, Eve?

Eve is not addressed as a separate person until after the Fall.... but there are more significant mysteries to unravel from this. Man and wife become Adam...

September 16 2013 2 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Chuck Roae

Which is correct? "IF you believe, THEN you are saved" or "You're saved! Believe it!"!"

Mark 16:16, Jesus said "all those who believe and are baptized will be saved". Acts 2:38 "believe AND be baptized FOR the forgiveness of your sins and you...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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What year was Jesus Christ born?

The Bible does not provide the exact day or even the exact year in which Jesus was born in Bethlehem. But a close examination of the chronological details of...

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Answer by Jason Corning , The Order of the Maccabee

What year was Jesus Christ born?

Traditionally speaking the last second before Jesus Christ was born was the end of the year 1 B.C. while every second after He was born was considered to be...

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Question by Jason Corning , The Order of the Maccabee

What is the real number of the Disciples sent forth by Jesus Christ- 70 or 72?

************* Luke 10:1- [ Jesus Sends Out the Seventy-Two ] After this the Lord chose another seventy-two men and sent them out two by two, to go ahead o...

Luke 10:1

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Answer by Oun Kwon

How was Jesus "justified in the Spirit"?

The text reads 'in spirit', not 'in the Spirit'.

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Answer by Jason Corning , The Order of the Maccabee

Is the King of Tyre prophecy in Ezekiel 28 referring to Satan?

Yes and no. Ezekiel is referring to both the King of Tyre and Satan (as one of the King's major spiritual influences) and uses classic prophetic metaphor to...

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