Your question: Which churches baptize in Jesus name?

What church does not believe in the Trinity? The largest nontrinitarian Christian denominations are The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Oneness Pentecostals, Jehovah’s Witnesses, La Luz del Mundo and the Iglesia ni Cristo. When did the Catholic Church stop baptizing in Jesus name? It became the norm by the 4th century and … Read more

Your question: Who owns the rights to the Bible?

Who own the copyright to the Bible? So who owns the Bible? There’s thousands of translation of the Bible, so let’s talk about just one: the bestselling English translation aka the NIV. The NIV copyright is owned by an organization named Biblica. Is the Bible considered public domain? The World English Bible is one … Read more

Your question: Who ran the church in medieval times?

Who was in charge of the church in medieval England? The Normans adopted the Anglo-Saxon model of monastic cathedral communities, and within seventy years the majority of English cathedrals were controlled by monks; every English cathedral, however, was rebuilt to some extent by the new rulers. Who runs the service in a church? Church … Read more

Your question: Who was Jesus’s female friend?

Who was Jesus’s closest friend? Since the end of the first century, the Beloved Disciple has been commonly identified with John the Evangelist. Scholars have debated the authorship of Johannine literature (the Gospel of John, Epistles of John, and the Book of Revelation) since at least the third century, but especially since the Enlightenment. … Read more

Your question: Why and how did Emperor Constantine the Great make Christianity the official religion of the whole Roman Empire?

Why did medieval church music have such specific rules? Why did Constantine make Christianity the official religion of the Roman Empire? Constantine stood out because he became a Christian and unabashedly made Jesus the patron of his army. … The two jointly issued the Edict of Milan, which made Christianity a legal religion and … Read more

Your question: Why do Catholics call the church mother?

What does mother mean in church? In Christianity, a mother church is the church “considered as a mother in its functions of nourishing and protecting the believer”. Is the Catholic Church the mother of all churches? The Vatican has decreed that the Catholic Church is the “mother of all churches” and banned the term … Read more

Your question: Why is the Bible forbidden to translate?

Why is Bible translation illegal? It was illegal to translate the Bible into local languages. John Wycliffe was an Oxford professor who believed that the teachings of the Bible were more important than the earthly clergy and the Pope. Wycliffe translated the Bible into English, as he believed that everyone should be able to … Read more

Your question: Why was the Lord’s Prayer written?

What is the purpose of the Lord’s prayer? It’s the state in which God really is acknowledged to be directing and giving meaning to everything. So we pray “God’s Kingdom come”, meaning let the world be transparent to God, let God’s will and purpose and God’s nature show through in every state of affairs, … Read more