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Answered: In Chapter 1 of the bible: God or

Heres a historical perspective, no comprehensive metaphysical doctrine included. Genesis was conceived in 2 different stages in the history of the Israelites who we get the stories from. When the first account of genesis was created these peoples were nomadic and had a many god system the ruler of ...

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That depends on the translation you are using. in The New Internation Version, the word God is used 2,725 in the Old Testament and 1,244 in the New Testament for a total of 3,969 times.

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Start - Control Panel - Internet Options - Security Tab - I would Select - Reset all zones to Default Level ----------- Next Privacy Tab - Setting - Medium. It's your choice of how strict you want your settings. -------------- For Internet Explorer you can also go to Tools at the top if you have ...

Answered: What does the longline represent in the niv bible

Do you mean the timeline that goes from creation to the authoring of Revelation?
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Where is the hate (e.g., for god or man, etc.) in commentaries that are

Atheists have to play games. That is why these knuckle-dragging boors are always so stupid, dull, and boring. The fad comes and goes something like the seven year itch. Only you can get salves and ointments to cure the seven year itch. To cure an atheist means you have to perform a lobotomy. It ...

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No need to learn books other than the Bible?

Perhaps if you actually read the Bible you would in fact see that it will not make you perfect. In fact, quite the contrary. You will see the glaring imperfections and hopefully realize the need for a Saviour. It will not make you socially accepted either. Christians, as Jesus unfortunately was, are ...