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THE PERSON & DEATH OF CHRIST
And every priest stands day after day ministering and offering time after time the same sacrifices, which can never take away sins. But this man after offering one sacrifice for sins forever, sat down at the right hand of God. Hebrews 10:11-12


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What does the Bible tell us - why Christ died?
v   Why did Jesus die?


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The point is that no other "religious leader" even compares to Jesus Christ.
v   How is Jesus different?


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I was wondering if you could explain Hebrews 10:26 in light of your statement, "In Biblical Christianity there are no more sacrifices for sin because Christians are assured that all their sins are forgiven forever." In Hebrews 10:26 we read, "For if we sin wilfully after that we have received the knowledge of the truth...
v   The Mass and the Book of Hebrews


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That the Lord can do miracles today cannot be denied. He is God, He is all powerful...
v   Jesus is the same yesterday


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The first-century Roman Tacitus, who is considered one of the more accurate historians of the ancient world, mentioned superstitious "Christians " ("named after Christus" which is Latin for Christ), who suffered under Pontius Pilate during the reign of Tiberius.
v   Did Jesus really exist?


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There is every evidence that Jesus was speaking literally in John 6. If Jesus were only speaking figuratively, how would you explain the fact that many of his followers left him? If the Jews misunderstood Him, He would have corrected them...
v   The Bread of Life - literal or figurative?


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Likely the clearest prophecy about Jesus, and definitely the longest, is the entire 53rd chapter of Isaiah
v   Where does the OT mention Christ?


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If God can become man, would it be so impossible that he could make himself present in bread and wine. His Church has believed it since the time of Christ. Why did somebody come along centuries later and try to tell people that He only meant it symbolically, and on what authority did they change what the Church has always believed?
v   Church fathers - Eucharistic Elements


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Now, it is one thing to claim to be God or to fool someone into believing it is true, and something else entirely to prove it to be so.
v   Is the deity of Christ biblical?


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Jesus became sin for us, so He felt loneliness and abandonment - separation from God.
v   Why did Jesus say - My God, My God...


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Let us remember that though He was true man He was much more. He was God in the flesh.
v   Christ - could He have sinned?


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Why do Catholics take the bread only during communion?
v   Communion with bread only


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Neither the "Mass or Holy Communion" is mentioned in the Bible. These are traditional inventions of the mind of man.
v   Could you please explain John 6: 53


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The Catholic Church teaches that during consecration at the Mass, the bread and wine are changed into the Body and Blood of Jesus. You disputed this. How do you explain countless Eucharistic miracles that have occurred (for example, see the book 'Eucharistic Miracles' by Joan Carroll Cruz)?
v   Eucharist - Miracles