Why didn't the Greeks mention "the Word of God" before the New Testament?
“Aristotle lived in the historical gap after the demise of ancient Israel
under the Assyrians and Babylonians and before the birth of Christ, whom
God ostensibly sent to restore his principles of justice, mercy, and love
by ngureco9 months ago
Why Did God Create Satan?
by Zubair Ahmed3 years ago
Why do people assume the worst of you the moment you mention religion on the Hub forums?There is no compulsion in religion so when we are having a debate on secular and religious topics why does it wind up the...
by mtkomori3 years ago
Does the bible mention anything about prohibition of homosexuality?I read Matthew, Mark, Luke and John when I was in college but don`t recall anything about homosexuality. Does the Old Testament mention anything about...
by Jeremy3 years ago
Why do so many people have to constantly mention God in their comments on HubPages?No really... why? Even when the question or hub has NOTHING to do with religion, they have to bring god into it. What's the point? Just...
by Vegas Elias5 years ago
Why doesn't the Genesis writer mention creation of Dinosaurs?The creation narrative in The Genesis clearly looks to be a fruit of fertile imagination. For one thing there was no one to record the events of creation when...
by Annabella21 months ago
Why do people believe that the Bible is the "word of God" if it has been countlessly re-written?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1gSC6MTxGs
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