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How do we go about answering the question about “who Christ really is for us today”?


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Best Answer SparrowMinistries says

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    boyatdelhi 4 years ago

    Thanks, Your answer is very helpful. Thanks for the insight.


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Deltachord says

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    Justin (justins920) 4 years ago

    Those are how we know he actually exsisted. To bad these writers dont speak of any of the miraculous things done but only that he was put to death. The other stories were written many years after death to attempt to fullfill old testament prophecy.


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James (Ceegen) says

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    tlmcgaa70 4 years ago

    not all of us celebrate pagan holidays


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    James (Ceegen) 4 years ago

    Exactly, which is why the God of the "older" part of THE Testament, is exactly the same God in the "newer" part of The Testament.

    It's a beautiful story indeed! God bless you.


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    tlmcgaa70 4 years ago

    what has non believers to do with this question? CHRIST means nothing to non believers, thus this question is directed at believers. is CHRIST the same for believers today as HE was in the beginning? that is the question.


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Justin (justins920) says

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    tlmcgaa70 4 years ago

    this is true. i wonder only that non believers answer a question directed at believers. for unless CHRIST rules their life what could this question mean to them?


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    Justin (justins920) 4 years ago

    I think humanity need to get further away from religion and back to reality. Religion is not needed to love one another all religion is good for is producing many wars that all boil down to you don't believe exactly as I do, you must die.

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