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|1||Did Jesus know he was God?||Bible general Archive 1||TruthSeeker||1975|
|Since Jesus did know he was God, then why would it have been such a struggle to sacrifice himself? My answer would be that he was fully human and He was fully God at the same time. It was the human side that would have struggled with the idea of being crucified and the God side that kept him focused. (I guess the same could be said for us) Is this something that can be backed up scripturally or is it more of a mystery thing? Or is there a better explanation?|
|2||Can a homosexual be an "Elect"||Matt 12:31||TruthSeeker||1865|
|If you believe that the Doctrine of Election teaches that God pre-chose individuals to be saved then is it possible for a practicing homosexual to be one of the chosen ones?|
|3||Did Jesus know he was God?||Bible general Archive 1||TruthSeeker||1959|
|Did Jesus know he was God when he was here on earth? If he did, why would it have been so difficult for him to sacrifice himself?|
|4||Salvation in other religions?||John 14:6||TruthSeeker||1717|
|I'm not up-to-date on the other religions so please forgive my ignorance but do the other religions also teach a salvation story? I know one of them teaches that if you do good, you'll be reincarnated to a higher level - whatever that means. I assume there must be a final "salvation" level they strive to attain.
I know we are told to go make disciples of all peoples but when I try to look at it in reverse and if a Hindu (or whaterver) came up to me and told me their way was the only true path, I would find it hard to believe. Mostly because I was brought up in a Christian environment and have studied the bible and believe what it says. I assume that the Hindu would also find it hard to accept Jesus because of how they have been raised and come to believe through their own studies of their "bible".
Couldn't it be possible that God is much bigger than we imagine and have provided multiple paths to Heaven - or maybe different Heavens based on what the individual believes?
I base this thought mostly on our Bible teaching that God is a loving God and we are told many times to love God and each other.
|5||What happens to Non-Christians?||John 14:6||TruthSeeker||1703|
|What happens to people of other religions after they die or at the second coming of Jesus? (Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism, etc...) If a person was raised a Buddhist their whole life and followed all the ways of Buddha, and maybe even knew of Jesus but did not accept him, and then died, what would happen to him?|