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new testament

  1. Ehav4Ever

    Paul's Opinion or the Holy Ghost?

    So, in 1 Corinthians 7:1 it is stated, "Now for the matters you wrote about: It is good for a man not to marry." Later in 1 Corinthians 7:8-9 the following is stated - “To the unmarried and the widows I say that it is good for them to remain single, as I am. But if they cannot exercise...
  2. firedragon

    What Jesus said! Jesus Himself? How, What and where?

    Muslims, Bahai's, Christians, Some Hindus, and even a few Jews, quote sayings of Jesus as if they are historical sayings of Jesus himself. Of course most Christians would definitely believe the New Testament has his sayings in some form or another. Some believe they are absolutely verbatim...
  3. Ehav4Ever

    Questions about the Greek of the New Testament

    From what I understand, the oldest versions of the New Testament were written in a very well-educated Koine Greek. Starting with the Gospels and the book of Acts I have the following questions. According to Chritianity, is it claimed that the authors of the Gospels wrote the New Testament...
  4. Ehav4Ever

    Why the NT is Historically and Theologically not acceptable for Torath Mosheh Jews

    Given that the various church councils were the ones who decided what material went into the New Testament and what information did not go into it – this alone provides a very critical reason why Torath Mosheh Jews and Orthodox Jews are required by Hashem/Torah to ignore such a text due to its...
  5. Ehav4Ever

    Question to Christians - 144,000 Start and Finish

    Questions to Christians: According to Christianity, what are the requirements for someone to be included in the 144,000 number? According to Christianity, when did the 144,000 count start and when does it end? Also, is this number based on the actual Jewish tribes or are non-Christian Jews...
  6. paarsurrey

    Gospels-“do not go back to the respective authors”

    Gospels-“do not go back to the respective authors” None, emphasis none, of the Gospel writers was the eye-witness of Jesus' Crucifixion. Thread open to everybody including those who claim they have no religion, please Regards _____________ "The first four historical books of the New Testament...
  7. D

    Jesus vs the New Testament

    Is Jesus contradicting Himself? Or is the new testament a faulty set of texts that don't represent the Man from Nazareth, the divine manifestation. How much of the new testament, is just straight fiction? And no, this isn't about yoheshua being that 'rabbi', that materialists love to present as...
  8. P

    Can teachings of Jesus and Buddha be combined into book?

    Christianity seems to have become polarized. For example Christianity and science seem to be clashing; global warming being the most known example. There doesn't seem to be conflict with Buddhism and science with the dalia lama stating ''If science proves some belief of Buddhism wrong, then...
  9. Twilight Hue

    The Old Testament. Have Christians written a fair portion of it themselves?

    As I understand it, 24 books are in the Hebrew Bible used in Judaism. There are 39 books in the Old Testament as part of the Holy Bible used in Christendom. Are 15 of the Old Testament books actually written by Christians themselves and passing it along and credited as being Jewish in origin...