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reviewed Reviewed Did Origen castrate himself under a literal interpretation of Matthew 19:12?
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comment Did Origen castrate himself under a literal interpretation of Matthew 19:12?
Welcome to C.SE. Normally, I suggest that when you get the chance, please check out our tour and specifically How we are different than other sites. That said, based on this answer, it looks like you already have :) We are so glad and blessed to have you on board. My only quibble - there is no doubt that this helps. I'm editing that out because everytyhing else is really good!
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reviewed Leave Open Why can't people change their denomination?
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reviewed Leave Open Why do we assume that the events in the bible actually happened?
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reviewed Approve Why do we assume that the events in the bible actually happened?
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accepted Is *infallibilitas in credendo* a new or established doctrine within the Roman Catholic Church?
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answered Why do we assume that the events in the bible actually happened?
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reviewed Leave Open Did Jesus have a normal childhood?
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answered Did Jesus have a normal childhood?
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reviewed Leave Closed In what order should the books of the (Protestant) Bible be read?
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reviewed Reviewed Is it right for us to help more non-Christians people as compare to Christians? jesus sacrifice for us then more eligible christians or some ane else?
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comment Why can't people change their denomination?
If you want to worship Jesus, the JWs will kick you out. They fundamentally deny the Trinity and believe that to call Jesus God is blasphemy and idolatry. So, you can worship Jesus or become a JW, but not both. Does that answer your question?
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comment Do Protestants believe that “Our Father” is on par with “Our Mother,” or is Jesus strictly invoking a male symbol only?
This is less a Catholic-Protestant thing than Conservative-whacked out, I mean liberal thing.
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reviewed Reviewed How do we know Jesus is God incarnate?
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comment How do we know Jesus is God incarnate?
Welcome to C.SE! When you get the chance, please check out our tour and specifically How we are different than other sites. I am not seeing how this post answers the question - an please understand we are not a forum! Posts are expected to answer the question, not "further a discussion."
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revised Do Protestants believe that “Our Father” is on par with “Our Mother,” or is Jesus strictly invoking a male symbol only?
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revised Is Aquinas' idea of 'Beatific Vision' widely accepted today?
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