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Does it follow from Acts 1:21-26 that one of the requirements to be an apostle is to have witnessed the resurrection of Jesus?
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This is going to be a very straightforward answer to complement what the other answers have already said. Does it follow from Acts 1:21-26 that one of the requirements to be an apostle is to have been ...

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What is significant, if anything about “This is my Son”?
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The Parable of the Tenants should probably be enlightening here: Matthew 21:33-46 (ESV): 33 “Hear another parable. There was a master of a house who planted a vineyard and put a fence around it and ...

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Can 1 Cor 13:8-10 be used as to prove that radical Continuationism is necessarily true?
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Note: I am the author of the C.SE answer (and the question) that prompted the OP's question. OP: Can 1 Cor 13:8-10 be used as to prove that radical Continuationism is necessarily true? I would answer ...

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What did the apostle Paul use the gift of tongues for?
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To answer this question, let's first identify all the different functions of the gift of tongues according to Paul: Tongues can be used to edify oneself: 4 The one who speaks in a tongue builds up ...

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What is Paul's intent with "we do not wrestle against flesh and blood" in Eph. 6:12?
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OP: Given the larger context in Eph. 5 & 6, dealing with human relationships, is it consistent with Paul's intent to say that, while we do struggle with people, we shouldn't look at people as the ...

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Did the Israelites not outgrow their clothes in the forty year wanderings?
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Having clothes/sandals that don't wear out doesn't prevent you from making new clothes/sandals. To illustrate the point by way of an analogy: if there is a store that sells indestructible clothing, ...

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What is meant by "the spirit gives life" in 2 Corinthians 3:6?
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To get a deeper understanding of what Paul really meant by 'the letter kills, but the spirit gives life', I think two good places to start are Romans chapters 7 and 8. the letter kills [...] In ...

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Why does the Holy Spirit not know who Jesus is? Luke 10:22
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OP: Why does the Holy Spirit not know who Jesus is? I believe this question is flawed from the start because it assumes as a premise that the Holy Spirit does not know Jesus, and then seeks an ...

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In Christ - believers remain One (εἷς) non-ethnic genderless body [Galatians 3:27-28], unless it helps to be Jewish [Acts 21] or Roman [Acts 22]?
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This is going to be a very short answer, and by all means I invite others to post more elaborate ones. In short, I think the answer can be found in 1 Cor 9:20-22 (ESV): 20 To the Jews I became as a ...

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Why will drunkards not inherit the kingdom of God?
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I will base this answer on the premise that an activity cannot be a reason to be excluded from the kingdom of God unless there is something sinful about it. This is a premise that it is reasonable to ...

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Matthew 27:46 Why does Jesus not address God as Father?
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OP: Jesus always calls God his father in the gospels. I don't agree with this statement. John 20:17 is a clear counterexample in which Jesus addressed the Father as both Father and God: Jesus said to ...

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