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Apr
14
comment Why is Jesus occasionally referred to as “The Christ”? Is there a different definition between the two?
What verses or writing?
Apr
14
comment Did Paul preach Jesus's message?
Who said anything about Jesus? I'm talking about the Christ, not Jesus.
Apr
14
comment Did Paul preach Jesus's message?
For instance, every time Paul declares his belief in a god, he is renouncing the Christ, since the teachings of the Christ are incompatible with belief in a god.
Apr
14
comment Did Paul preach Jesus's message?
Yes: Paul's words.
Apr
13
comment Why did Jesus turn water into wine?
"Jesus came to redeem people by his suferring and death. Not to make their life comfortable." Way to miss the whole point of Jesus.
Apr
10
comment How come Easter is associated with Eggs, Bunnies and Flowers?
Actually, I'm quite correct about the relative rarity of "Easter" or cognates as a name for the holiday in question. I'm sorry you seem to view willful ignorance as a badge of pride.
Apr
9
comment How come Easter is associated with Eggs, Bunnies and Flowers?
I have. That's how I know you're speaking nonsense.
Apr
7
comment How come Easter is associated with Eggs, Bunnies and Flowers?
Nonsense. The word "Easter" or a cognate is used only in English and, at most, a few other Germanic languages. Literally everywhere else it's a cognate of "Pascha," taking its name from the Jewish Passover celebration which typically falls around the same time as Easter does and serves much the same ceremonial role.
Apr
7
comment How come Easter is associated with Eggs, Bunnies and Flowers?
Syncretism is a thing. Just because something didn't originate as a Christian symbol, doesn't mean it can't become one when it is adopted and integrated into "Christian" rituals and practices.
Apr
6
comment Would it have been possible for Jesus to sin?
Yes, and I've demonstrated many times why that requirement is nonsense and destructive and therefore non-obligatory.
Apr
6
comment Would it have been possible for Jesus to sin?
All you have to do is read the Gospels--they provide plenty of evidence of Jesus sinning, for example when he made prayers. The answer is its own work; it is its own reference for the beliefs held by the form of Christianity which I espouse.
Jan
26
comment Are there Christian denominations that are beginning a discussion about the fact that Jesus was really the son of God?
Want something written down? It was written down in the very answer to which we are now responding.
Jan
20
comment Are there Christian denominations that are beginning a discussion about the fact that Jesus was really the son of God?
"Statement of faith" is rather contradictory in this context, no?
Jan
20
comment Are there Christian denominations that are beginning a discussion about the fact that Jesus was really the son of God?
His teaching of making a better world here on earth is logically incompatible with belief in a deity of any sort.
May
26
comment Which God do Muslims pray to according to Catholic, Orthodox and main-stream Protestant tradition?
Not all Christians would say that. Please make sure you acknowledge that the answer you give only reflects a particular perspective.
May
23
comment Did Adam and Eve's Progeny Commit Incest?
They're already not perceived in the same way across the world.
May
21
comment Did Adam and Eve's Progeny Commit Incest?
You're assuming that the Western notions of "sister," "brother," "wife," and "husband" hold true universally. The ethnographic record is quite clear that it doesn't.
May
16
comment Is it possible for The Bible to contain errors?
Downvoted because it rests on a false premise: "For those who profess to follow the word of Christ, everyone agrees that the Bible is the infallible word of God as transcribed by many different men compiled together in one book." First, not all professed Christians even believe in a god in the first place; second, many of those who do, nevertheless reject the Bible because the books comprising it were written by fallible men, and the choice of which books to include was made by fallible men--the Doukhobors are such a sect.
Mar
7
comment Do Evangelical leaders (televangelists, megachurch pastors, etc…) not consider themselves Protestants?
So the Eastern (Byzantine) Orthodox are "Protestants"? The Assyrians? Armenian Apostolic? Copts?
Mar
7
comment Does the Bible espouse moral absolutism or moral relativism?
But the position that the morality of an action is contingent upon societal norms is subjectivism, not relativism.