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Hot Topic Questions:
Is their evidence regarding the Historicity of Jesus, that
He was a real person who came to this earth and was crucified?
Yes, absolutely the historians Flavius Josephus, Hegesippus
and the Babylonian Talmud offer convincing non-Christian source
evidence that Jesus Christ was indeed a real person; some of
which note his death by crucifixion. Click
here for more.
Is baptism required for salvation?
The verse in question many false faith's use is Mark 16:16.
"He who believes and is baptized will be saved; but he
who does not believe will be condemned," However, this
verses is saying if you have faith and are baptised you will
be saved but it is not requring baptism for salvation. For example,
if I we're to say the one who believes and goes to church will
be saved, it would be "the one who believes" that
would be saved and not going to church as necessary for salvation.
There are numerous other verses in the Bible that we are justified
and saved by faith (Ephesians 2:5,Romans 5:9,Acts 2:21). This
is why the rest of the verse says, " . . . but he who does
not believe will be condemned." The issue is belief, not
baptism, that is the focus of Mark 16:16. Notice that it does
not say that he who is not baptized will not be saved. It never
says that anywhere in scripture. Ephesians 2:5, "...by
grace ye are saved;", salvation, "...is the gift of
God (Ephesians 2:8)".
Is Jesus Christ our Heavenly Father?
The concept of the trinity basically tells us this is the case
(Phillipans 2:6), Jesus came to the earth in the very "form
of God". Jesus was worshipped multiple times in the New
Testament - And, behold, there came a leper and worshipped him,
saying, Lord, if thou wilt, thou canst make me clean. Matthew
8:2 (Matthew 2:11, Matthew 8:2, Matthew 9:18, Mark 5:6, Luke
24:52, John 9:38 and many other references). Jesus Christ never
said do not worship me, He even took the title of God for Himself
John 8:58, He is the "...I Am" Christ is the "I
Am" of Exodus 3:14. One John 5:7 these three Father, Son,
Holy Spirit are one God, not three beings. Therefore, we know
that Christ being the "I Am" is both the God of the
Old Testament and the God of the New Testament.
What is the blasphemy of the Holy Spirit?
The blasphemy of the Holy Spirit is referenced in Matthew 12:31.
Looking at the previous verse the Pharisees are accusing Jesus
Christ of casting out devil by the power of satan, it is most
likely a response to their thoughts. This may in fact (the blasphemy)
of the Holy Spirit be something attributed to the particular
circumstance of attributing the works of Christ to satan. Christ
was most likely saying you who say my works are done by satan
will not be forgiven (and also the rejection of Christ would
be the ultimate sin). Romans 1:18 tells us the wrath of God
will be upon all those who reject Jesus Christ.
According to the Bible why did Jesus Christ have to die for
our sins to be forgiven?
Only God can satisfy the Law requirements of a perfect life
and perfect sacrifice that cleanses us of our sins. According
to Hebrews 9:22, "without the shedding of blood their is
no forgiveness of sins". Our salvation Christ, "...purchased
with his own blood". We we're made right before God through
the shed blood of Jesus Christ (Ephesians 2:13). In the Old
Testament before Christ the high priest would offer animal sacrifices
for the sins of the people (Hebrews 9:7). Jesus is the perfect
"lamb of God", that atoned for our sins (1 Peter 1:19)
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After praying that prayer you can rejoice for you are now a
member of the family of God and can be sure of life in Heaven.
Now all you need to do is go and live your life for Jesus and
sin less, and believe in Him always.
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here. Matthew 7:7: "Ask, and it shall be given you;
seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto