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Questions From The Marketplace - "HATH GOD SAID" - 2/15/15

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Questions From The Marketplace - "HATH GOD SAID" - 2/15/15

TODAY'S QUESTIONS FROM THE MARKETPLACE OF IDEAS:

  1. "And that repentance and remission of sins should be preached in his name among all nations, beginning at Jerusalem." (Luke 24:47 KJV) Isn't this what peter preached? So why don't people want to baptize in Jesus Christ's name?
  2. Is it true only Jews were Redeemed and Gentiles Adopted (grafted into) the Body of Christ? We were outside of the Commonwealth of God's chosen people. Jews were under Law and Gentiles had no law being heathen. We were not a people or son of God. It is wrong to say we were redeemed? Redeemed from what? We Gentiles were instead Reconciled.
  3. Where the name Jesus from?
  4. What is Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit and why is it not forgivable?

  5. When scriptures are divinely inspired from God to be written by man, does this also mean that scriptures ought to be divinely interpreted from God to man?

  6. Is God one God in three Persons? If so, are there examples that could be shown of this trichotomy?

  7. Are abortions unsaved souls? Or do they have to be fully formed, born and out the womb for the soul to be completed and judged? And how does GOD judge a child that wasn't mature enough to repent and accept CHRIST before their death?

  8. Where do children from other religions souls go?

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