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The Essence Of True Religion; A Christian Perspective. This article explains the True Religion in a Christian perspective. Main theme being the love and generosity.
Have a look and discuss out.
I am not a Christian but since I work for True Religion I have to go through the truthfulness of every kind of religion.
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Christianity teaches that Jesus died for sins of mankind, and the Bible makes it seemingly so. But is the atonement doctrine really compatible with scripture? In this thread, the issue of sacrifice examined in both the Old Testament and the New Testament.
Anyone who has read the Bible knows that Moses instituted laws of sacrifice as a penalty for sin. The point of these sacrifices was to accrue guilt on the person making the sacrifice so they would not commit the...
What does verse 1 reveal about creation?
If spirit beings are eternal are they created? (Can something be eternal and yet have a beginning?)
What does God know about eternity that created, spiritual beings do not know?
Does verse 2 imply that matter is eternal?
Are the waters verse 2 talks about literal waters?
Right from the get-go what does this verse teach us about God?
If you believe in God, then why you believe and why you think your path
is the right path for you, IOW why it makes sense to you.
If you disbelieve, then why you don't believe and why it make sense to you
that such universe doesn't need a creator and that it started without a starter.
I have been having a discussion with a local 'leader' of a religion, not about their religion but about the concept thereof. They brought up the watchmaker theory, that is to say, "If you found a watch on the floor eventually you would have to accept that it had a maker or maker(s), would you not?". Now my argument to this is the age old "but where did the maker come from by the logic that all things do indeed have a maker/creator?".
What are the opinions out there on the beginning of the...
Ever since being 5/6 years old, I've known the Bible was corrupt in the New Testament, knew that Yeshua didn't say 'I AM', and that the world had been deceived; where one day around 25, I'd go over it with a magnifying glass, and share it with the world.
Well been trying now for the last 12 years, and so far no one is taking the evidence as proof of it.
So pondering if i told you, that i was sent, and all the prophecy fulfillments, would it make any difference to questioning...
Why do people curse whenever they experience a mishap?
If the existence of god(s) is an open question, then atheism might be reasonable, and a generic, vague sort of theism might be reasonable, but not any sort of theism that gives detail and specificity about these god(s) that may or may not exist... such as the sort that makes claims about God's will, past deeds, plans for the future, commands for humanity, etc... IOW, if atheism is reasonable, any specific religious take on theism is unreasonable.
OTOH, if believing in a particular theistic...
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