What are the major elements of Christianity?
Its points include: Belief in God the Father, Jesus Christ as the Son of God, and the Holy Spirit.
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Who is Catherine in the Bible?
According to the traditional narrative, Catherine was the daughter of Constus, the governor of Alexandria
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How long did Jesus stay with his disciples Acts 1 3?
Acts 1:3. Luke tells us that over those 40 days Jesus gave many convincing proofs of His resurrection.
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How do you pray for someone who has passed?
Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them. May the souls of the faithful
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Why is Lamentations considered a major prophet?
Why it is called major prophets? They’re not called the minor prophets because they’
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Are the Scriptures the Word of God?
The word of God came to him before any scriptures were written and before the bible was compiled.
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What does the Bible say about candle light?
Where does the Bible talk about candle lighting? Luke 11:33 33 No man, when he hath lighted a candle, putteth it in a secret place, neither under a bushel
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What religion is the Gideon Bible?
Gideons International is an Evangelical Christian association for men founded in 1899 in Janesville, Wisconsin….The Gideons International.
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Which language did Prophet Musa speak?
What was the language of Musa? Most likely in Moses’s language (i.e Hebrew). So If Moses spoke Hebrew and his people spoke Hebrew that means The torah’
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What are oaths in the Bible?
Thus oaths were taken to certify the truth of an utterance and to pledge fidelity to one’s word (1 Sm 14.44; 20.13; 25.22; 2 Sm 3.9;
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Where does the fish symbol come from in Christianity?
Early Christians used the fish as a secret code to identify meeting places, tombs, and even other Christians. Legend has it that if an early Christian
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Did Bach work for the Lutheran Church?
Born in 1685, Bach spent much of his career writing music for Lutheran churches. For the last twenty-seven years of his life, he worked as the director
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