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Jan
15
comment Does the New Testament have any mention of Kolob and if not, how come?
@curiousdannii I don't think that has anything to do with the question, though...
Jan
15
revised Does the New Testament have any mention of Kolob and if not, how come?
Thrown is some sort of past-tense "throw" ;)
Jan
13
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Who tells us that the whole Bible is inspired?
Jan
13
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Jan
13
comment Which Mormon doctrines does the Bible accually teach against?
@Nelson Hm, I understand now the context of your question, but it's still borderline opinion-based. Note that a very similar, in fact, nearly duplicate, question was asked over two years ago and was closed and locked: What are the main points of Mormons' teaching that this group of people consider contradictory to the Bible? -- So even if this question isn't opinion-based, it's been asked before I think. (But I don't blame you for not having seen it.)
Jan
13
comment Has the gospel been “preached to all nations”?
@77Clash That's not how this site works. You up-vote answers that are correct, thorough, sourced with reliable citations, and which actually answer the question being asked, even if you don't agree with them.
Jan
12
comment Which Mormon doctrines does the Bible accually teach against?
I would hope so too, but the question is inherently biased. It's different from something like "What is the Biblical basis for Mormonism?" -- instead, you're basically asking, "What is wrong with Mormonism according to the Bible?" which pits Mormonism against the Bible. Since Mormons believe in the Bible, it would not be a logical conclusion that the Bible "vehemently teaches against" Mormon doctrine.
Jan
12
comment Which Mormon doctrines does the Bible accually teach against?
Why? This question won't cultivate constructive answers.
Jan
12
comment Has the gospel been “preached to all nations”?
@77Clash "they" the nations, or "they" each indivudal person? This question will be hard to answer. As it currently stands, it invites more opinions than cold, hard fact or doctrine.
Jan
12
comment Has the gospel been “preached to all nations”?
Nations like China and Iran still don't have Christianity flowing through them. I would probably suggest it hasn't yet.
Jan
10
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Names of angels and fallen angels?
Jan
4
comment What attributes does Jesus have from an LDS doctrinal perspective that are different from the Jesus in the Holy Trinity?
Well, partly it's the community's fault for not providing helpful feedback, so I apologize for that. The question, then, is asking if there are differences between LDS beliefs of Jesus and "mainstream" Christianity's beliefs of Jesus, how does that affect His divinity? This answer doesn't really address the question. Instead, you're pinning LDS belief against the Bible, which is contrary to the objective nature of this site. Revise your answer so it is more neutral and on-topic for this question.
Jan
4
comment What attributes does Jesus have from an LDS doctrinal perspective that are different from the Jesus in the Holy Trinity?
4 downvotes and I'm the first to comment? Aren't we supposed to say why the answer is poor quality? Obviously this answer needs help, and I add my downvote, but should we provide feedback in case this is not obvious to some readers?
Jan
4
comment Possible sources of corruption in scripture a problem for creationists?
It can't. And I don't think creationists alone grapple with this issue. Welcome to the site, by the way. Maybe take a moment to revise your question so it is a little clearer and more objective. (A few possible revisions that come to mind, however, have already been asked here. Try looking through the tags to see if your question is already asked and answered.)
Jan
3
comment What is the basis that many mainstream Christian groups justify labeling groups like the Mormons and Jehovah Witnesses as Non Christians?
@DJClayworth Not that I can see. And no need to argue. This answer itches for reliable citations.
Jan
3
comment What is the basis that many mainstream Christian groups justify labeling groups like the Mormons and Jehovah Witnesses as Non Christians?
@DJClayworth, your post references ZERO sources. I have presented evidence for making the simple change, you have presented none for keeping your post inaccurate (until shown otherwise). As usual, make sure sources are reliable, official, and objective.
Jan
2
revised What is the basis that many mainstream Christian groups justify labeling groups like the Mormons and Jehovah Witnesses as Non Christians?
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Jan
2
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Jan
2
revised What is the basis that many mainstream Christian groups justify labeling groups like the Mormons and Jehovah Witnesses as Non Christians?
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Dec
31
revised What is the basis that many mainstream Christian groups justify labeling groups like the Mormons and Jehovah Witnesses as Non Christians?
Corrections to first paragraph