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Answer by Samuel Reed

Who are the "sons of God" in Job 38:7?

Who are “the sons of God”? (Genesis 6:2) One of the interpretations regarding who “the sons of God” are is the “fallen angels” view. This view says that...

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Answer by Anonymous
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Who are the "sons of God" in Job 38:7?

As the Book of Job begins, we are, as it were, reading Act 1, Scene 1 of a holy drama. It is a wonderful teaching story dealing with the vexing problem of...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Who were the sons of God and daughters of men?

Genesis 6:1-4 refers to the sons of God and the daughters of men. There have been several suggestions as to who the sons of God were and why the children...

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Answer by Daniel Rinker

Who wrote the book of Genesis?

Moses is credited with writing not only Genesis, but the books of Exodus through Deuteronomy. (I should add that the last few verses of Deuteronomy 34 are...

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Answer by Arlington Sherman

Who are the "sons of God" in Job 38:7?

From my understanding upon reading Job 1:6 when the sons of God gathered and satan was among them and God ask where did he come from etc. then God asked him...

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Answer by Obedience Rocca , O. J. R.

How can the light of stars billions of light years away from the earth have reached us if the earth is only thousands of years old?

It is possible that God created distant stars and galaxies with their light already reaching vast numbers of light-years through space.

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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How can the light of stars billions of light years away from the earth have reached us if the earth is only thousands of years old?

Distant Starlight - A light-year is the maximum distance that light can travel in one year in the vacuum of space. Consequently, it takes billions of years...

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Answer by Chip Dupuy

Why was the food handled in certain matters during the Passover?

I'm seeing in my study, The flesh was to be roasted with fire, picturing Christ enduring God's wrath against our sins. It was to be eaten with unleavened...

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Answer by Andrea Spirit , www.firstlove4jesus.org

What is spiritual pride?

Hi Fanny, someone who possess spiritual pride id someone who boast in spiritual things. An example is in Luke 10:1, 17-20 "After these things the Lord...

August 15 2013 2 Comments Follow Vote Up

Answer by Seth Freeman

Is "Whoever calls on the name of Lord will be saved" contradictory to the Calvinist/Reformed theory of 'limited atonement?'

Yes it is. Thus, limited atonement is not a very good doctrinal belief.

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Answer by Carl Naitram

Is "Whoever calls on the name of Lord will be saved" contradictory to the Calvinist/Reformed theory of 'limited atonement?'

It certainly does contradict limited atonement and all other Calvinistic theology relating to salvation. It is simply quite mind boggling the type of...

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Answer by Amhed Vazquez

Is "Whoever calls on the name of Lord will be saved" contradictory to the Calvinist/Reformed theory of 'limited atonement?'

Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles? Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt...

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Answer by Penelope H

Who are the "sons of God" in Job 38:7?

As I read Job 38:4-7 it is clear to me that God is speaking of creation, before He created man. Therefore the sons of God would have to be angelic beings, in...

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Answer by Iche Ukpai Kalu

Does "God hate shrimp"?

Food consumption has very little relationship with sexual immorality or sodomy. Food consumption may harm the body and not the spirit. Sexual immorality...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Is limited atonement biblical?

Please note - since this article is in our "What is Calvinism?" series, it presents a full or 5-point view of Calvinism. We believe 5-point or 4-point...

August 15 2013 7 Comments 6 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Mark Galinsky

Is "Whoever calls on the name of Lord will be saved" contradictory to the Calvinist/Reformed theory of 'limited atonement?'

Those that are called to believe, 16 "You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you that you should go and bear fruit and that your fruit should...

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Answer by Kees Bos

Is "Whoever calls on the name of Lord will be saved" contradictory to the Calvinist/Reformed theory of 'limited atonement?'

God created man in his own image and we have to show in our life how God is. Moses said (Dt 30,12-14): you have no excuse , because Gods Word is very near to...

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Answer by James Christian

Does "God hate shrimp"?

I would say that the answer to this question is definitively no, but that requires some clarification. The basis of this question is found in Leviticus...

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Question by Evgenia Polozova

Who are the "sons of God" in Job 38:7?

If Job 38:4 refers to the time before the earth was created, isn't the same time being referred to in 38:7?

Job 38:7

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

Does "God hate shrimp"?

Ofcourse not! God doesn't hate shrimp - He created them.

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