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Answer by Jay Saunders

If you have sex before marriage should you get re-baptized once you get married?

Let's clarify baptism. Baptism means to submerge or submerse with water. When you get baptised in water it is not for forgiveness of sin necessarily. It is a...

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Question by E Chiang

Why do English Bible translations say, "a child IS born" or "WILL BE born" in Isaiah 9:6 when the original Hebrew translation says, "WAS born" (happened already)?

Jewish rabbis claim the original Hebrew verb tense was in perfect (happened already), "....a child WAS born.....a son WAS given....." They claim that mode...

Isaiah 9:6

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Answer by Grant Abbott , Child of Father, Follower of Son, Student of Spirit

Should Christians attend a funeral of someone of another faith?

Here is a different perspective. As Christians we are called to be "in this world" but not "of this world". As such we are always to keep our allegiance to...

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Answer by Gerritt Schuitema , Persecutor & Mocker transformed to Faithful Believer

What is the meaning of, "We are gods" in John 10:34?

The context for this scene is in John 10:23-38, where the Jews surround him, attempting to verbally trap him. Jesus does not succumb to their taunts and...

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Answer by Grant Abbott , Child of Father, Follower of Son, Student of Spirit

Why do these Scriptures indicate that God intends to leave us alone at some point?

Our enemy the devil wants us to camp down and stay focused on verses that might cast doubt on God’s continual love and faithfulness. He is trying to destroy...

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Answer by Grant Abbott , Child of Father, Follower of Son, Student of Spirit

What is Jesus saying when he says, "For wherever the carcass is, there eagles will be gathered together"?

Whenever we come across a verse we are puzzled about, it is really important to study and interpret the verse in its complete context. The referenced verse...

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Answer by Steve Epps

What is Jesus saying when he says, "For wherever the carcass is, there eagles will be gathered together"?

Jesus is talking about the coming destruction of Jerusalem and the Roman army that will surround it. One interesting fact is the insignia of an eagle on the...

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Answer by Shirley H

Where was Satan when God was creating the universe?

Nehemiah 9:6, "Thou even Thou art Lord Alone -Thou hast made heaven, the heaven of heavens, with all their host, the earth, and all things that are therein,...

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Why do these Scriptures indicate that God intends to leave us alone at some point?

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Answer by Jerri Pineda

How can being gay be wrong if you've always felt attracted to the same sex, you're a devoted Christian, and it wasn't something you chose?

In Leviticus 18:22 says,”You shall not lie with a male as with a woman. It is an abomination.” Romans 1:27 says,”Likewise also the men, leaving the natural...

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Answer by Jerri Pineda

How can being gay be wrong if you've always felt attracted to the same sex, you're a devoted Christian, and it wasn't something you chose?

In Leviticus 18:22 says,”You shall not lie with a male as with a woman. It is an abomination.” Romans 1:27 says,”Likewise also the men, leaving the natural...

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Answer by gord chevy

How can being gay be wrong if you've always felt attracted to the same sex, you're a devoted Christian, and it wasn't something you chose?

Most of the responses to the original question are comprehensive, therefore, I can add little with the exception of the reminder, that the secular worldly...

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Answer by James Kraft , 74 year old retired pipeline worker

What is replacement theology?

It is true that God never changes, but how He deals with people does change. In the old testament a saint could lose the Holy Spirit through sin. But in the...

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Answer by Bonnie Agudelo

How can being gay be wrong if you've always felt attracted to the same sex, you're a devoted Christian, and it wasn't something you chose?

We all struggle with lust one time or another - or all the time for some. When we give in to the thoughts to fantasize in our minds that’s when sin comes. We...

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Why did Jesus refer to James and John as the sons of thunder?

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Answer by Tim Maas , Retired Quality Assurance Specialist with the U.S. Army

Can an divorced, unbelieving woman remarry a different husband?

I would say that, if the woman were not a Christian at the time of her divorce and re-marriage (even if her former husband had been a Christian), and even if...

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