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Sep
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answered How many children did Adam and Eve have?
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accepted To whom does Pope Francis confess?
Sep
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asked To whom does Pope Francis confess?
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comment Under Catholic dogma can someone publicly rebuke the Pope like Paul rebuked Peter?
@JayarathinaMadharasan Paul's rebuke was directly about the dogmatic teaching in Acts 10 & 15. Peter had proclaimed it as dogma that Gentiles didn't need to worry about clean and unclean, and yet, here he was backsliding.
Sep
24
comment Who is to administer The Holy Sacraments
Good news, you don't have to wait for a good answer. There's already one on the question listed!
Sep
24
comment Who is to administer The Holy Sacraments
possible duplicate of In light of the fact that Donatism is heresy, why do most churches require a priest to bless the elements?
Sep
24
comment Do most Christian scientists have a Literal Creationist viewpoint?
Completely unsourced. By the way, Francis Collins, director of the NIH is in your very small minority. Grant you, not YEC, but he is a creationist.
Sep
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reviewed Reviewed Do most Christian scientists have a Literal Creationist viewpoint?
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comment Do most Christian scientists have a Literal Creationist viewpoint?
Welcome to C.SE! When you get the chance, please check out how we are different than other sites and our tour page. As it stands this is an okay question, I guess. It is answerable if there's a survey or something. That said, its only vaguely about Christianity. (There are lots of Creationists who aren't Christian and lots of Christians who aren't Creationists.) That said, this is your question, so, Bravo!
Sep
24
reviewed Leave Open Are there equal numbers of male and female Christians?
Sep
23
comment Does the taxpayer take any part in funding Christian Churches in Britain?
I'd be happy to take the question.
Sep
23
comment Is there a good example of believers seeking out advice from other believers in the Bible, especially one that is a story children would understand?
So, umm meta.stackexchange.com/questions/198028/… I was pretty sure I was on the Augustine question, not this one!!!
Sep
23
comment What translation of Augustine's Confessions is the easiest to read in English?
Generally, later translations are better, assuming the translator is sufficiently qualified, because the language will more closely approximate that of the reader. That said, I don't know the qualifications of some of the later translators mentioned, but I definitely feel the pain of reading Pusey. It's like being stuck with a KJV and nothing else!
Sep
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comment Is there a good example of believers seeking out advice from other believers in the Bible, especially one that is a story children would understand?
@Wikis I think I see where I parsed your question incorrectly - does this edit better hit what you are looking for? In general, I consider the lack of a question mark to be a 'bad question smell', and seek to make post titles be actual questions.
Sep
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revised Is there a good example of believers seeking out advice from other believers in the Bible, especially one that is a story children would understand?
edited title
Sep
23
comment Why are Kingdom Halls sometimes built in the “quick-build” manner?
How much time do you think a volunteer can take off from a low paying job?
Sep
23
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
23
comment Under Catholic dogma can someone publicly rebuke the Pope like Paul rebuked Peter?
Oh they did. A lot. Just read Acts. The difference is, the charges against Paul tended not to stick.
Sep
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reviewed Leave Open With the priesthood of all believers do we need priest or pastor as church leaders?
Sep
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reviewed Leave Open Can angels be saved?