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

Complementarianism is the teaching that masculinity and femininity are ordained by God and that men and women are created to complement, or complete, each...

August 31 2013 Follow Vote Up

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

What are some present day or modern times human achievements that can be compared to the Tower of Babel?

Gen 11:4 says the people wanted to make a name for themselves lest they be scattered. It seems to me that this whole "look at me" mentality that is prevalent...

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

Why does the bible tell us to do things that seem impossible to do?

The Christian life is about growing in God over time and exchanging our imperfect ways for God's holy and perfect ways. At the moment of salvation, we are...

August 31 2013 10 Comments 4 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Question by Ryan Lowe

Why does the bible tell us to do things that seem impossible to do?

How can I do things without grumbling (some versions say complaining) when that is all I can think about. How can I love when all I do is hate? Does God expe...

Philippians 2:14

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Answer by Ezra King , Ezra King

What are some present day or modern times human achievements that can be compared to the Tower of Babel?

I would say Rosetta stone can be compared to the Tower of Babel as a mordern day achievement, in that out of the Towel of Babel came all the languages of the...

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Answer by Ezra King , Ezra King

Is speaking in tongues evidence for having the Holy Spirit?

I would say no. And here is why. In Acts 2:1-13 the bible says When the Day of Pentecost had fully come, they were all with one accord in one place. And...

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Question by lorraine goode

How did David try to honor Rizpah and the family of Saul?

2 Samuel 21:1 - 14

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Question by lorraine goode

Why was Saul's action in killing the Gibeonites so serious for Israel?

2 Samuel 21:1 - 14

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Answer by D W

Why does Jesus look around at the temple? What is he thinking about?

Jesus visited the Temple, noted that they had turned it into a den of thieves, and came back the next day to clean house. He explains what He was thinking...

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Answer by D W

What are some present day or modern times human achievements that can be compared to the Tower of Babel?

Wow! Too many to number! 1) The United Nations 2) Barack Hussein Obama 3) The War in VietNam 4) The War in Iraq 5) ........hundreds more.

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Answer by Michael Smith

What happened during Jesus' childhood?

Part of the reason we know little of Jesus' childhood has also to do with the eyewitness nature of the gospels. Chances are Jesus was not known to the...

August 30 2013 2 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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What happened during Jesus' childhood?

Other than Luke 2:41-52, the Bible does not tell us anything about Jesus' youth. From this incident we do know certain things about Jesus' childhood. First,...

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Answer by Arza Rawlins

Is speaking in tongues evidence for having the Holy Spirit?

Acts 19 is a good place to start. Here we have believers, on thier way to heaven. Paul asked have you recieved the Holy Ghost since you believed they said...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Does God promise to not give us more than we can handle?

First Corinthians 10:13 says, "No temptation has overtaken you except what is common to mankind. And God is faithful; he will not let you be tempted beyond...

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Answer by Tony Vinson

Is there anywhere that tells us in Scripture we are actually 'leaky vessels'?

That is a valid question, because if we did leak then surely we could stop it from leaking. We are a spirit and our spirits do need nourishment. Jesus said...

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Answer by Brandon Hughes , Regular Worker Guy

Is there anywhere that tells us in Scripture we are actually 'leaky vessels'?

I'm not sure what you mean by "leaky vessels". Leaky in the sense that we use the restroom or leaky in the sense that we leak God's love to others or leaky...

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Answer by Carl Jones

Is there anywhere that tells us in Scripture we are actually 'leaky vessels'?

We do not leak in the sense that we need to be "topped up" The Holy Spirit is a person, not a quantity, you are either indwelt by Him or you are not. We are...

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Question by Viki Balsamo

Why does Jesus look around at the temple? What is he thinking about?

Do you thik he's thinking about "cleansing the temple," the market that goes on in there? Is he thinking about God? Is he thinking about how the temple will ...

Mark 11:11

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