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answered What were the Corinthians doing when they “baptized on behalf of the dead”?
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answered What does Hebrews 6:4-6 mean?
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revised Did Ahaz burn up his sons in the fire or pass them through the fire?
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revised Did Ahaz burn up his sons in the fire or pass them through the fire?
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revised Were the Nephilim in Genesis 6 aliens?
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comment What does Hebrews 6:4-6 mean?
@GalacticCowboy The question doesn't stand or fall based on the authorship of the verse. Change "Paul" to "the author" and the question is completely unaffected. But, yes, it does presume an authorship. (Also, given that it's disputed means that there are some who believe it was Paul! ;)
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comment Were the Nephilim in Genesis 6 aliens?
A complete run-down on most of the theories is found over at Christianity.SE, if you are interested.
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answered Were the Nephilim in Genesis 6 aliens?
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answered Does Jesus refer to aliens in John 10:16?
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comment Were the Nephilim in Genesis 6 aliens?
This... Yes. It's one theory. (Sorry, I couldn't resist.)
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revised What does the living sacrifice mean in Romans 12:1?
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comment What does Hebrews 6:4-6 mean?
As a side thought, How much doctrine should we allow? is still a pretty open question.
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asked What does Hebrews 6:4-6 mean?
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asked What does the living sacrifice mean in Romans 12:1?
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comment What were the Corinthians doing when they “baptized on behalf of the dead”?
A small little reference and yet so many people have based entire beliefs around this verse. +1 for a question that I'm surprised hasn't already been asked.
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comment Did Jonah expect to die when he was thrown overboard?
@JonEricson Possibly so. That would make a good followup question...
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comment Did Jonah expect to die when he was thrown overboard?
@JonEricson It seems that, in verse 6, Jonah considered his life spared. From that, it seems that he thought he was a goner but was then spared (while still in the whale's belly). Personally, if I was in the whale's belly, I would presume that I was about to die slowly. Jonah doesn't seem to think that way, though.