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Sep
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comment Adam and Eve versus ecology
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Sep
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comment Is it hypocritical to be a Christian and also be against welfare?
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Sep
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comment What are the main views on who created God?
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Sep
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comment Does being a Christian mean being a Bible literalist?
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Sep
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reviewed Approve mosaic-law tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Approve virgin-mary tag wiki excerpt
Sep
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comment How do Christians understand the omniscience of God in relation to the Uncertainty Principle?
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comment Why does Intelligent Design reject evolution, even intelligently designed and executed evolution?
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Aug
31
comment How does the Bible say I should find a mate?
@Flimzy: Injecting the word "Bible" doesn't make the question on topic. I just don't see how this question relates to the subject of Christianity.
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Aug
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comment What does the Bible say about ecology?
@djeikyb: I agree. This question is really broad, leaving the users only guessing what type of information would actually be helpful to the author. Perhaps if you had a much more specific problem you are trying to solve, you could provide a bit more detail.
Aug
31
comment Will suicide keep me out of Heaven?
@djeikyb: Your objection lies with the (potentially) poor answers, not with the question. Christianity most definitely has doctrinal teachings regarding suicide and Heaven. If someone's answer is helpful and authoritative (i.e. cites those teachings), vote it up. If an answer is simply a rant or laced with opinion, anecdotal stories, or hearsay, vote it down. As asked, this questions seems reasonably objective, or at least meets the guidelines of good subjective .
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revised Why are there so many translations of the Bible?
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answered Why are there so many translations of the Bible?
Aug
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comment How can one overcome lustful desires?
This is a good question, but it's not a good for this type of Q&A. Stack Exchange is designed to create an authoritative collection of answers to canonical questions about Christianity. I can see this being asked of a congregation to share interesting discussion an through-provoking stories. But this type of story-sharing and communing isn't really what this site is about. "We expect answers to generally involve facts, references, or specific expertise; this question will likely solicit opinion, debate, arguments, polling, or extended discussion." This is better suited to a discussion forum.