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How to understand Luke 19:8 in light of Luke 18:22?

Please note that in the actual passage of Luke 19, Jesus does not require anything from Zacchaeus, other than "Zacchaeus, come down immediately. I must stay at your house today." It is ...
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Was it Peter only who received the keys of the kingdom in Matthew 16:19?

Matthew 18:18 states that Jesus gave all of the apostles the keys to the kingdom,18 “Truly I tell you, whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be ...
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When God overshadowed Mary where did God get the material to make a baby and put in her womb?

Regarding Mary bearing Jesus, there are a lot of possibilities and even more speculation, not to mention the usual vacuous assertions from non-believers. Certainly, God could have formed Jesus from ...
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When God overshadowed Mary where did God get the material to make a baby and put in her womb?

Holy Spirit Overshadowing The Evangelist, Luke, used the right wording in repeating what the Angel revealed: The Holy Spirit shall come upon thee, and the power of the Highest shall overshadow thee. (...
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If everything was made for Jesus and through Jesus did Jesus take the rib from Adam and then make Eve?

… did Jesus take the rib from Adam and then make Eve? The simple answer is "yes" (though he didn't go by that name at the time). The supernatural being that was later incarnated as Jesus ...
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If everything was made for Jesus and through Jesus did Jesus take the rib from Adam and then make Eve?

NeverThirsty puts it this way: God is unbelievably unique. He is a single being, and yet He is the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit simultaneously. Deut. 6:4 says that God is “One,” but the Hebrew ...
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In John 5:26 what is meant by "life in himself"?

There seems to be a debate here about whether the phrase "has life within himself" means the ability to give life to others, or the ability to sustain one's own life separately from the ...
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Romans 9:5 Is this a scriptural evidence for Pauline Trinitarian Christology

It is grammatically more natural to opt for the version that "who" here simply qualifies and describes Christ of the previous clause and thus Christ is acclaimed as God by Paul, as he, again,...
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Romans 9:5 Is this a scriptural evidence for Pauline Trinitarian Christology

Answer Romans 9:5 is a Scriptural evidence to the fact that Jesus Christ is the only true God just as His Father is the only true God. Nowhere is a son different from his father in nature and ...
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Could there be something significant about the man in Matthew 26:18?

There was nothing special about renting out rooms during Passover and other festivals, when Jerusalem would be flooded with pilgrims. Any resident of Jerusalem with a spare room might have done so. ...
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Could there be something significant about the man in Matthew 26:18?

Short Answer: The identity of the “certain man” in is not explicitly revealed in the Bible. As for extra-biblical sources, there isn’t any historical or archaeological evidence I know of that provides ...
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Romans 9:5 Is this a scriptural evidence for Pauline Trinitarian Christology

Let us examine Romans 9:5, beginning with a similar statement in Romans 1:25 Romans 1:25 YLT who did change the truth of God into a falsehood, and did honour and serve the creature rather than the ...
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Romans 9:5 Is this a scriptural evidence for Pauline Trinitarian Christology

In this verse, as in other places, Paul has composed a statement saying Christ was God. The First Evidence This verse is the second time Paul made the statement ...blessed forever. Amen. Romans (ESV) ...
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Romans 9:5 Is this a scriptural evidence for Pauline Trinitarian Christology

Note the observations of Ellicott in his “Commentary for English Readers” in Rom 9:5 which sums up the situation well and attempts tp present an even-handed view of both sides: Who is over all, God ...
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Romans 9:5 Is this a scriptural evidence for Pauline Trinitarian Christology

Short Answer: The difference in these translations largely comes down to punctuation. The problem is that in the era of ancient Greece, there was no concept similar to our contemporary system of ...
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Why would the Day of Christ be equivalent to the Day of the Lord?

The day of Christ is equivalent to the day of the Lord, because Jesus Christ IS the Lord! And there is only one Lord, for Christians. "Grace, mercy and peace, from God our Father and Jesus ...
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Why would the Day of Christ be equivalent to the Day of the Lord?

Because if you examine the grammatical tenses of a lot of the NT prophecies you will see they are in context of the first century AD, and the people living at the time. Also a lot of the prophecies ...
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Why would the Day of Christ be equivalent to the Day of the Lord?

Judgement in the NT is not just a simple event - it pervades the entire Bible. In “The New Unger's Bible Dictionary”, we have a list a several judgements. According to Unger, an inductive study of ...
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Why didn't Christ outrightly discourage/condemn the taking of oaths in Matthew 23:16-22?

Starting with what Jesus taught his disciples when he left the crowds to go up a mountain, and they followed him: "And he opened his mouth and taught them, saying, Blessed are..." Mat. 5:1-2 ...
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What does "made perfect" mean in Heb 5:9?

The Perfect Work of Christ had to be accomplished and made perfect for us by Him going to the Cross, and then saying “it is finished”. The Israelites failed to bring in the New Era when they returned ...
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