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Jehovah's Witnesses, don't believe in The Trinity. They do believe in Jehovah GOD, his son Jesus and GOD's Holy Spirit. They believe Jesus was resurrected and is now in heaven. Check out their website for more info.

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No, there is no 'afterlife', in the sense that most people probably think of one.  As some others have noted, when one dies, one is dead.

However, perhaps the proper way to put the question, might be: 'Is their life after death?'

And the Bible- at Acts 24:15- addresses this, when the apostle Paul stated: … Read more

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From my understanding, most Catholics don't worship Mary (or saints) per say, but they do pray to these ones for specific reasons or for specific events. So a case can be made that it's not idolatry, again per say. What it is, though, is believing that someone other than Christ has the authority to speak … Read more

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That is a decision that everyone makes for themselves. We all have the same evidence, but the conclusions that are reached are based on what we are looking for. When you are concerned with why you are here it demands a different answer than how you got here. If you have a resistance to authority … Read more

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Yes, God is indeed real. “God is a Spirit,” says the Bible. (John 4:24) Therefore, he resides in a spiritual realm independent of the physical universe. When the Bible refers to “the heavens” as God’s dwelling place, it is referring to the loftiness of the place where he resides in contrast with the material environment … Read more

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I'm not sure what you mean by afterlife. There are a number of ideas that are in circulation. If you believe that the bible is the word of God than you would like to know what it says on the matter. The bible says when we die that we cease to exist (Eccl :5,10). It … Read more

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Christianity has also been evangelized with much more fervor than many other religions. With some form of "Christian" consistently going into areas with differing beliefs and offering assistance, and sometimes using violence, Christianity has  become integrated into a large number of societies throughout the world. Historically "Christianity" has brought money, assistance, stability, and intimidation. At … Read more

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True Christianity is not dictated by nationality. The bible says at Acts 10:34 ".....God is not partial, but in every nation the man who fears him and does right is acceptable to him". The bible warned that there would be an apostate form of true Christianity that would spring from what was formed by Jesus  … Read more

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God's judgement upon the wicked is soon to come! God has appointed Jesus to be the Judge who will restore justice to mankind. (Isaiah 11:1-5; Acts 17:31) The Bible also uses the term “day of judgment” to refer to the event that will bring the present system of things to its end. This day of … Read more

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Sadly, Chronic illness lasts a long time. Additionally, one professor explains chronic illness as “an altered health state that will not be cured by a simple surgical procedure or a short course of medical therapy.” What makes chronic illness or its effects so challenging is not just the nature of the sickness and the treatment … Read more

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Some go because they like to hear the choir sing, to others it is a social club to meet people,also the go to gamble (bingo)  I notice that most people are not concern about what John 4:23 says," Nevertheless the hour is coming,and it is now,when true worshippers will worship the Father in spirit and … Read more

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The original Bible was written in Hebrew and then Greek, this was the language spoken by the people at that time and as time went on people wanted to read God's word the Bible in their Language so many translations were printed the first one in english was the King James Version of the 16th … Read more

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Knowing this about the bible might help in understanding the way it was written. It was the creator purpose to fill the earth with humans exercising their "free will" in the right way. The selection of those type of humans will be done through the use of the bible. Here is what the book says … Read more

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The Bible can be difficult to understand because of the antiquated language used in many translations, and because the customs and phraseology used in ancient times are sometimes not easy to relate to today. The use of Bible aids and the like can be of much use. 

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You are allowing your self to come in contact with demon influence not God . The bible states that "There should not be found in you anyone who makes his son or daughter pass through the fire, anyone who employs divination,anyone practicing magic,anyone who looks for omens,a sorcerer, anyone binding others with a spell,anyone who … Read more