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Search results for query: "Mark 8:22"

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  1. oldbadger

    Those contradicting Gospels!

    You can't win a debate with personal jibes and insults. I won't bother with you after this post........ you're insulting. Now, let's see what you've got. Yes, we know Herod died in 4BC. .. And 'No' Matthew's gospel tells us that Jesus was born just after 6 AD. You see? A contradiction in the...
  2. T

    Those contradicting Gospels!

    You don't think too much at all do you, and it is obvious that you have never studied the scriptures in any great detail. Herod the Great died in 4 B.C, after a failed suicide attempt, and after he had ordered the slaughter of all the young boys in the district to where the wise men had gone...
  3. sooda

    When did Jesus die?

    Berenice of Cilicia, also known as Julia Berenice and sometimes spelled Bernice (Greek: Βερενίκη, Bereníkē; 28 AD – after 81), was a Jewish client queen of the Roman Empire during the second half of the 1st century. Berenice was a member of the Herodian Dynasty that ruled the Roman province of...
  4. sooda

    When did Jesus die?

    There is some confusion about when Herod died and the eclipse.. or, that his rule may have ended a couple years before his death. Did Herod the "Great" Really Die In 4 B.C.?
  5. T

    When did Jesus die?

    Although a practicing Jew, Herod the Great was an Arab, the son of an Edomite, named Antipater and whose mother was the daughter of a nobleman from Petra the capital of the rising Nabataean Kingdom. In 63 BC, Antipater sided with Rome when Pompey invaded Palestine and in 47 BC Julius Caesar...
  6. Oeste

    So Jesus is not God?

    160 Reasons Jesus Christ is Almighty God By Thomas Golda 129. Jesus is called the "Just One" - Acts 22:14. Jesus is God - Isaiah 45:21 130. Jesus "gives" repentance - Acts 5:31, Acts 3:26. Jesus is God - II Timothy 2:25 131. Jesus reconciled all things to Himself - Colossians 1:20. Jesus is...
  7. G

    Why is the “Christian” day of rest, on the 8th day?

    Goodness how many more time have I to rewrite everything I've ever written? God help me Let me try this one... Last Passover Suffering of Jesus Christ Father, glorify thy Son A chronological and logical, historic synopsis of the four Gospels, interlinear Ebersöhn / Greek / KJV A) Towards the...
  8. Jason0047

    The Bible declares that Jesus is God

    101. Jesus chooses the elect - John 15:16. Jesus is God - I Thess. 2:13, I Cor. 1:27 102. Men are Jesus' disciples - John 13:35, John 15:8. Jesus is God - Isaiah 8:16 103. Jesus' voice is the sound of many waters - Revelation 1:15. Jesus is Almighty God - Ezekiel 43:2. 104. Jesus' feet are like...
  9. sojourner

    Why is the Q document hypothesized?

    It probably never existed as a written document, but as oral sayings of Jesus. That's why it doesn't "exist" today, and why it isn't mentioned by the desert fathers and mothers. Since each gospel writer operated from a different hermeneutic, Matthew and Luke borrowed from Mark what they...
  10. oldbadger

    Why is the Q document hypothesized?

    Hi Pegg..... Antithesis is proposing that the Q document did not exist. :) Antithesis and I both agree that it does not have to ever have existed. ...... hang on...... they cherry picked. No they were not. Yeshua called them thus. Galilean fishermen could probably call great...
  11. Pegg

    Why is the Q document hypothesized?

    what makes you think such a document ever existed? It doesnt exist today, and in reality, no one can prove that it ever existed! If it was indeed a real document, surely it would have been commented on by the many church "fathers", but not a word is said about it by any of them. If...
  12. Shiranui117

    Bible's Different Beliefs

    Yes, the Father is greater than the Son. But not because the Father is God and the Son is not; both are truly and fully God. However, the Father is greater in terms of the inner relationships in the Trinity: The Father is the source of the Trinity, and it is from Him that the Son is begotten...
  13. muizz99

    Bible's Different Beliefs

    *Jesus is not the God/Jesus is not equal with the father/God is One/Alone: John 14:28 28 “You heard me say, ‘I am going away and I am coming back to you.’ If you loved me, you would be glad that I am going to the Father, for the Father is greater than I. Mark 6:5...
  14. Shermana

    Markan Priority

    I most certainly agree, Sarcastic one. And I'd bet more than a few of the dissenters who agree with Matthean priority agree too. Here we go, straight from the Wiki which does a fine job categorizing these non-arguments: Ahem.... I fail to see how content not present in Mark means it was...
  15. sojourner

    Tell me where in the Bible does Jesus clearly say that he's God

    None of what you're saying is compelling, since Jesus, according to the doctrine, was also fully human. as Paul says (paraphrasing), "He didn't regard Divinity as a thing to be exploited but emptied himself..." Plus the fact that the bible portrays God as not being omniscient.
  16. A

    Tell me where in the Bible does Jesus clearly say that he's God

    Well, Christian's and Muslim's can both agree that God is all-powerful and all-knowing, Right? Well, if you actually read the Gospels, it shows that Jesus was not all-powerful and not all-knowing, since he had limitations. Mark's Gospel obviously tells us that Jesus was unable to do any...
  17. S

    The Historical Jesus

    By isolating Jesus from the historical times in which he lived, is to see him outside the context of the reality that he was. this is a compilation of many historical and religious scholars. Herod the Great was the Roman backed King of Judea from 37 BC , to when he died at Jericho in March or...
  18. S

    The Jesus Myth

    You are quite correct, By isolating Jesus from the historical times in which he lived, is to see him outside the context of the reality that he was. this is a compilation of many historical and religious scholars. Herod the Great was the Roman backed King of Judea from 37 BC , to when he died...
  19. opuntia

    What Does the World Think About God?

    What does the world think about God? There are so many viewpoints that one is hardpressed to exclaim that one’s view is the right one, for there will always be someone who will object. What then is the right view? When the scriptures began to be written, these men called prophets had the...