Are Polish Christians who share all 10 testaments and don't forget that human life starts since conception?
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Hey, i am new here but I can say I am one of them.
There are very few Christians who adhere to what the Bible says.
If you were to follow everything, there would be no priests and church hierarchy.
Apologetics is not one of my most loved things, but idea that Church hierarchy is non biblical was in no one mind until the Reformation, so I guess it is a quite new idea. However, today most of Protestant Churches have also their hierarchy with bishops and so on. It can be discussed if they have the apostolic succession* but they claim it.
Every religion needs some sort of organisation.
Churches at their best, do much for communities.
I can agree.
(In opinion of historical Christianity- like Orthodoxy, Catholicism and Oriental Orthodoxy- they do not.)
The NT is written on Greek, so one word has one meaning, not like english, the word Love can be one of 5
It is not true. List of polish or English translation of many of Greek words can fill few pages in dictionary. Get the first Greek-Polish dictionary you find as we have some and check. New Testament word for love is also agape and it is not the same as philo. And what about aeon? Is it period of time, eternity or just hundred years? Other example: in NT you will find few times occuring word "ethnoi". Are their "nations" or rather the "heathens" and what about Jesus congreging "ethnoi" for the final judgement?
I'm sorry and don't want to set Sunday school here but I was extremely curious of your sayings about word meaning in Greek.