If God Hates Divorce, Why Did He Command it in Ezra 10?

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Questions in this Episode

1. In the Apostle’s creed, it refers to Jesus as descending into hell. Is this a reference of him being separated from God? Or is it something else?

2. Where in the Old Testament did God command Israelites to divorce their wives, and how is that command reconciled with God hating divorce as mentioned in Malachi 2:16

3. Does the biblical command for baptism require literal water, or is it spiritual?

4. Does leaving a common-law “marriage” qualify as a divorce?

5. Do people in the Old Testament go to hell? Like Ananias and Safari? Or do they go to Hades and have opportunity to believe in Christ the Messiah?

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