My daughter-in-law goes to a local church. I think this church was started by Watchman Nee. Are you familiar with Nee? Is this a cult?
What is the difference in the rules set by God in the Old Testament and New Testament versus the way an all knowing God would set the rules today?
I’m an atheist. How do people reconcile the bible with the reality we see around us?
When Jesus got scourged and nailed on the cross, did God feel it?
My protestant friend keeps insisting that salvation is only personal. What is the Catholic teaching on this?
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