What Kind of Sin is a Child of God not likely to Commit?

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The Bible says that there is a sin which is deadly (1 Jn. 5:16-17). It is not clear what this sort of sin is. Theologians make the following distinctions about sin and, from their distinctions; we might know which kind of sin a child of God would not commit: There are Sins  which reverse our

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Should A Catholic Christian Take Part in Traditional Religious Beliefs And Practices?

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What people in other religions are looking for, we have already. All human searches for God are fulfilled in Christ, God’s secret Wisdom, hidden for centuries for mankind, now revealed to us who are chosen by God for His Glory. (1 Cor.2:7-10). He himself said that He is the Truth, the Way and the Life

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Does The Bible Teach That Man Evolved From Matter?

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We have heard much about the Darwinian theory of evolution which tries to show that man evolved from matter or the ape; thus the idea of man in the Garden of Eden (Adam and Eve) who originated from God, as the Bible teaches, seems to make no sense. The problem of the origin of man

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Was the Sabbath A Day of Rest for Jesus?

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The observation of the Sabbath as a day of rest (Ex. 20:8-11) is a religious duty imposed by God on His people, Israel. The seventh day is a day of rest dedicated to me. On that day, no one is to work. _ Ex. 20:10-11. God made the world in six days and on the

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When Is War Morally Right?

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The question is often asked by moralists and religious people whether a war is morally right and justifiable. It can be argued that the goal of any war is the establishment of peace: therefore a war, though in itself an evil, can be prosecuted in the pursuit of peace. The argument against this view is

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Why Not All Our Prayers Answered As The Lord Promised? (John 14:13).

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If we pray humbly (Luke 11:5-8) and perseveringly (Matt. 14:22-28; Luke 11:5-13; 18:1-7) for spiritual blessings that will ensure our soul’s salvation- the grace to resist temptation, the pardon of sin, and the grace of final perseverance _ God will answer us. If we ask spiritual blessings for others, God will pour forth His grace

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Do Priests Have the Best of Eucharistic Meal?

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Some people believe that priests are the only ones having the best of the “Eucharistic Meal” since they are privileged to take the consecrated Bread and Wine. A catechism of Christian Doctrine which most of us study holds that Christ is received whole and entire under either kind alone_ bread or wine. The understanding here

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What Should Be the Christian Attitude in the World of Fashion?

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At the time of John the Baptist, people were wearing expensive dresses but John chose a different value and Jesus remarked about it (Matt. 11: 1-9). To chase unquestionably the values of this life (money, possessions, dress, and intellectual power) is simply an idolatry the_ worship of false gods. The Bible does not hesitate to

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Does Anybody Have Power to Forgive Sin?

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The Bible says that “God is the only one who can forgive sins” (Mk. 2:9; Acts 10:40-45). Equally too, only God has the power to drive out demons, heal and raise the dead. God can do all these because only He has the power to give life and to conquer death and the devil. But

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Did you know that Catholic Church has the power to Forgive Sins?

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Christ promised St. Peter and the Apostles the power to forgive sins (Matt. 16: 18), and fulfilled that promise on the first Easter evening (John 20:21-23). The power of the keys implies supreme jurisdiction over the whole Church and necessarily includes the power to forgive sin, because sin alone excludes from the kingdom of heaven. God

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