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    Where did the holiday Christmas come from?

    Chrysostom Because of this one would not be far wrong in saying that it is both new and old: new because it has only recently been made known to you, old and venerable because it has swiftly become similar in stature to days long recognised and it feels as though it is of similar age to them...
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    Did God create evil

    Just a note Paul did get an education on seminary level. They would not need formal education on their own culture, and languages. Today, we do not live in their culture and do not speak their languages which is why seminary is needed. Good Night and God Bless, I am being kicked off the...
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    Sola scriptura?

    Thank You, If one studies the five solas, they cannot seperate them to make strawman claims. The Foundation is: "The doctrine of solus Christus was highlighted during the Reformation as the Reformers identified the problem of a church that was casting shade on Christ; of a church that was...
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    Did God create evil

    And, the early Church Fathers were taught by the Apostles. Many of them were around when Jesus was on earth.
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    Did God create evil

    Not getting around it. The gammar in greek is Jesus chooses to submit.
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    Did God create evil

    I am not keeping up
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    Did God create evil

    A Generial has the same human nature that an Airman has. The only difference is their rank, roles.
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    Was Jesus Eternally Tormented?

    Nice discussion all
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    Sola scriptura?

    what was the topic?
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    Did God create evil

    start at #177 military rank
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    Did God create evil

    https://hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/questions/35943/in-1-corinthians-1528-what-does-it-mean-that-jesus-is-subjected https://thesplendorofthechurch.com/2018/01/07/trinity-refuting-the-claim-that-jn-1316-1-cor-1528-show-that-the-father-and-the-son-are-not-equal-by-bro-duane-cartujano/ EXB...
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    Did God create evil

    15:27 {He put} (\hupetaxen\). First aorist active of \hupotass“\, to subject. Supply God (\theos\) as subject (Ps 8:7). See Heb 2:5-9 for similar use. Cf. Ps 8. {But when he saith} (\hotan de eipˆi\). Here Christ must be supplied as the subject if the reference is to his future and final...
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    Did God create evil

    NLT 28 Then, when all things are under his authority, the Son will put himself under God’s authority, so that God, who gave his Son authority over all things, will be utterly supreme over everything everywhere. MSG 28 When everything and everyone is finally under God's rule, the Son will step...
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    Did God create evil

    then shall the Son also himself be subject unto him that put all things under him; which must be interpreted and understood with great care and caution; not in the Sabellian sense, of refunding of the characters of the Son, and so of the Father unto God; when they suppose these characters, which...
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    Did God create evil

    THE ORDER OF SUBJECTION When all things are subjected (hupotasso) to Him, then the Son Himself also will be subjected (hupotasso) to the One who subjected (hupotasso) all things to Him - The NLT has a fairly good paraphrase "Then, when all things are under his authority, the Son will put...
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    Did God create evil

    In Greek we can read the word, “Hupotageisetai” meaning “will be put in subjection”. The root of the Greek word, “Hupotageisetai” is “hupotasso”. The root word “hupotasso” has several meanings: 1. to arrange under, to subordinate 2. to subject, put in subjection 3. to subject one’s self, obey...
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    Did God create evil

    Greek/Hebrew Definitions Strong's #5293: hupotasso (pronounced hoop-ot-as'-so) from 5259 and 5021; to subordinate; reflexively, to obey:--be under obedience (obedient), put under, subdue unto, (be, make) subject (to, unto), be (put) in subjection (to, under), submit self unto. Thayer's...