How Does Paul define "Strong in their faith Christian/"

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  1. JesusFan

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    As regarding disputable areas and issues in the Christian faith?
     
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    Faith is believing God not making up our own beliefs as in the false believe that Christians can practice sin or fall away from God.
     
  3. jaigner

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    A believer with "strong" faith is one whose faith allows him or her the freedom to participate in a certain behavior or activity, such as eating meat, which was evidently the issue spoken of in Romans.

    "Weak" faith, then would be faith that does not allow a person to participate in that certain activity or behavior.

    It doesn't mean in substance.
     
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    Guess that Apostles paul and John must have been weak in their faith, as both taught that!
     
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    No that is not correct.
     

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