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FAQ: What The Bible Says About Transformation?

What does transformation mean spiritually? Spiritual transformation involves a fundamental change in a person’s sacred or spiritual life. Pargament holds that “at its heart, spiritual transformation refers to a fundamental change in the place of the sacred or the character of the sacred in the life of the individual. What is God’s transformation? Transformation is […]

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Readers ask: What Does Katrina Mean In The Bible?

What does Katrina mean? Meaning:pure. Katrina as a girl’s name is a variant short form of the Greek name Katherine meaning “pure”. Is Katrina a good name? In 2005, the year the hurricane hit, 1,326 babies born in the United States were named Katrina, according to the Social Security Administration. It was a name on […]

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Often asked: What Did Jesus Wear In The Bible?

What type of clothes did Jesus wear? He wore a tunic (chitōn), which for men normally finished slightly below the knees, not at the ankles. Among men, only the very rich wore long tunics. What is the garment of God? Living Garment of God or Living Nature, is a metaphor coined by Johann Wolfgang von […]

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FAQ: What Countries Ban The Bible?

Which countries are banned Bible? 8.1 Islamic states. 8.1.1 Malaysia. 8.1.2 Uzbekistan. 8.2 U.S. military. 8.3 U.S. schools. 8.4 Bible smugglers. 8.5 Canon 825 of the Catholic Church. 8.6 Russia. 8.7 China. 8.8 Singapore. Can I bring a Bible to China? Under Chinese law, it is illegal to bring printed religious material into the country […]

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FAQ: What Bible Version Do Baptists Use?

Which Bible translation do Baptists use? Second Baptist Church in Houston, the nation’s largest Southern Baptist congregation, uses the New American Standard Bible. Others use the English Standard Version and the New King James Version. After the 2011 update, publishers aren’t expected to continue printing the previous version of the NIV, which dates to 1984. […]

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