Joyce Hall
Joyce Hall answered Megan Fisk's question

The BIble says in 1st Chorinthians 6:9 that homosexuals will not enter the kingdom of God.

If you think someone won't be punished becuz they r loved, read Hebrews 12:6

Yes, I would love my child if she became homosexual. Does that mean I continue to let her live in our home? No.I've told her this many … Read more

Just Ice
Just Ice answered

Q "If there were only three original languages; Hebrew, Latin, and Greek, where does the name Jesus come from? None of these languages had a J in their alphabet."

As was done to the "Father" whose name Yhwh was corrupted to Jehovah so was done to the "Son" whose name Yeshoo3ah [the 3 indicates that the … Read more

Just Ice
Just Ice answered

Q "What does it mean when a minister shares bible verses with a women?"

Errmmm... The "women" does one half of the verse and the minister does the other half?

For example if the verse is 1 Corinthians 11:6 “For if the woman be not covered, let her also be shorn: But if it be a shame … Read more

Godwin Alex Ogbonda
Godwin Alex Ogbonda answered Anonymous' question

No. Not inside Eden it was an eternal unaging and undying forever home.

Update. From what I'd read, studied, heard and discuss with many over many years they started aging/dying after Adam ate the fruit Eve gave him.

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Tom  Jackson
Tom Jackson answered

Ancient Latin alphabet

The earliest known inscriptions in the Latin alphabet date from the 6th century BC. It was adapted from the Etruscan alphabet during the 7th century BC. The letters Y and Z were taken from the Greek alphabet to write Greek loan words. Other letters were added from time to time as the LatinRead more

Perry Nuttal
Perry Nuttal answered

Jesus" is an Anglicized form of the Greek name Yesous found in the New Testament. Yesous represents the Hebrew Bible name Yeshua, which occurs as "Jeshua" in English Bibles (Ezra 2:2; Neh 7:7).

In Medieval English the "J" was pronounced as a "Y." "Yehoshua"Yeshua, in turn, is a shortened form of the name Yehoshua ("Joshua" … Read more

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crf rgrtbrtbgrgb answered Ethan Graham's question

The bible doesn't' support eternal torment as some have mentioned (and its a complete misguided view). It says they will be burnt to ashes on judgment day in the same manner as Sodom and Gomorrah. See
2 Peter 2:9
The Lord knoweth how to deliver the godly out of temptations, and to reserve the unjust … Read more

carlos Striker
carlos Striker answered wendy othman's question

This is not the place to look for answers. It is something you have to come to terms with yourself and strike a balance. To us no religion is utmost importance.  We do not want our lives to be dictated by any of the half cocked zealots. No person on earth deserves to be killed … Read more

Joyce Hall
Joyce Hall answered Anonymous' question

I love my husband and daughter too. That doesn't mean they never do anything wrong or I won't yell or correct them.

There r some sins God will just not tolerate. Being homosexual is one of them.

Megan goodgirl
Megan goodgirl answered Megan Fisk's question

Megan I am also catholic and I have nothing wrong with that and if that's what you believe then I think its alright. Your right. With all people being themselves . I don't see anything wrong with that at all.