The Bible affirms that all human beings fail to fully obey the Law of God and

The bible affirms that all human beings fail to fully

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The Bible affirms that all human beings fail to fully obey the Law of God and for this reason God sent Jesus as the sacrifice for sins. Romans 3 teaches that Jesus' death is important for the restoration of humanity because: A unique characteristic of Christianity in comparison with other religions is which of the following: Wisdom in the Christian worldview includes the following: From the Christian perspective, a relationship with God is established through: According to the prophecy in Isaiah 53:4-6, which of the following would be characteristic of theMessiah? According to the teaching of Jesus in John 13:35, how are His followers to be recognized? The Sermon on the Mount (Matt 5-7) begins with the Beatitudes. Which of these blessings is most emphasized by Jesus? Jesus said that the two great commandments were which of the following? Friedrich Nietzsche had his own view of truth, saying, "There is no truth, only _________." In Raphael's famous painting School of Athens, how are Plato and Aristotle depicted? What is the difference between General Revelation and Special Revelation?

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