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Philip wrote: Course, I think Rick works in a hospital as well - I'd always be afraid I'd catch something, but you guys are constantly in jobs that you must do despite the risks. Hats off to you both! I’m just a maintenance mechanic. Nurses are the real heroes. They’re underpaid, under appreciated,...
- Tue Oct 27, 2020 4:47 am
- Forum: Moral and Ethical Affairs
- Topic: Where would Jesus stand?
- Replies: 9
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Good day, I would like to, perhaps, stick a stick in an anthill and ask quite an uncomfortable question. Where do you think Jesus would stand in all the protests that swipe through the world right now? I think that Jesus would stand with BLM protesters, that despite all he would stand with Polish w...
- Mon Oct 19, 2020 9:02 am
- Forum: Christian Theology
- Topic: A charge against the Trinity
- Replies: 8
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Christian2, you might look through the following to better explain the Trinity from a Biblical perspective: https://www.gotquestions.org/Trinity-Bible.html https://www.gotquestions.org/Tritheism-Trinity.html Thanks. It didn't help. He said he grew up Catholic. I gave up. Hopefully he learned enough...
You said, “I would think that Jesus' DNA was solely a function of Mary.” Definition of solely-not involving anyone or anything else; only. I guess I’m just disagreeing with your statement above. You said that God had to manipulate something to get Jesus to have a Y chromosome, so that means his DNA ...
DBowling wrote: Since Jesus was born of a virgin, I would think that Jesus' DNA was solely a function of Mary. Then from where did Jesus get his Y chromosome? I am confident that changing an x chromosome to y is within the skill set of the Holy Spirit. So, Jesus’ DNA wasn’t solely a function of Mar...
DBowling wrote: Since Jesus was born of a virgin, I would think that Jesus' DNA was solely a function of Mary. Then from where did Jesus get his Y chromosome? I am confident that changing an x chromosome to y is within the skill set of the Holy Spirit. So, Jesus’ DNA wasn’t solely a function of Mary?
If we assume parts of God were literally in Mary due to microchimerism, making Mary holy, then wouldn’t it also stand to reason that Mary would be male, because she had the dna of Jesus in her? 1) due to microchimerism, Mary literally had Jesus’ dna inside her. 2) Jesus’ dna inside Mary transferred ...
- Sat Sep 12, 2020 12:27 pm
- Forum: Christian Theology
- Topic: Once Saved, Always Saved - Not According to This Lady Who Went to Hell
- Replies: 19
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How many people do you think Sid has converted to Christianity over the years? Probably many souls saved.....
The Holy Spirit “converts”, if you want to use that term. People have no power to save.
- Fri Sep 11, 2020 3:51 am
- Forum: General Discussion & Introductions
- Topic: I feel like...
- Replies: 7
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