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May
16
answered What is the biblical basis for lifetime eldership?
May
15
comment What is stopping Christians from having just one doctrine/interpretation?
Good question. It is a question we all ask our self at some point.
May
15
answered What is stopping Christians from having just one doctrine/interpretation?
May
14
comment Is it possible for The Bible to contain errors?
@MarcGravell it just goes to show that this issue is a question of faith. Either there is no God, therefore any apparence of contradictions becomes a plateform to destroy the Bible and show the none existence of God. Or any apparence of contracdiction is just that an apparance. But I admit there are many christian that are very creative outhere on how they find their answer.
Apr
25
comment How does the Bible describe the gender roles?
@GregMcNulty, that would, maybe, describe the role of women, not the role of men. Be careful with the "simple" answer. There are few answer that are simple in life and in Christianity in particular.
Apr
23
revised Are birthday celebrations ungodly?
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Apr
15
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Apr
15
accepted a Christian response to dying in dignity or assisted suicide?
Apr
12
comment a Christian response to dying in dignity or assisted suicide?
@DavidMorton I think this is the issue. Technology have enable us to maintain human life like never before. You are touching a nerve. Add that bit of reflexion to your answer. And this is it.
Apr
12
comment a Christian response to dying in dignity or assisted suicide?
@MarcGravell There is one quote from Ravi Zacharias. "Unity is not uniformity". I think that quote serves us well in a question like this one.
Apr
12
comment a Christian response to dying in dignity or assisted suicide?
@Eric In brief your argument is: If the benefit outweighed the cost. How would non-christian pragmatism could view the benefit part: economic, opening rooms in the hospital ... I think your answer brings more confusion to the table. But, I do believe that you bring an interesting argument for future development. I will not accept the current answer. How does medical relentlessness fits in your answer?
Apr
12
comment a Christian response to dying in dignity or assisted suicide?
@Eric Your answer is interesting, but I'm not sure that you answer the question asked. I'm looking to a current social issue. Also I'm not sure that your biblical examples could apply to the current issue. The martyrs example keeps me perplexe, I'm unsure about the way you look at Samson, and Christ death does not have anything to do with suicide.
Apr
12
comment a Christian response to dying in dignity or assisted suicide?
@DavidMorton could you add in your reflexion how therapeutic relentlessness plays a role in the issue?
Apr
12
comment a Christian response to dying in dignity or assisted suicide?
@MarcGravell as you may guess I will not accept this answer, because it expresses the view of an unbeliever, while I was looking for a christian view. But I wanted to thank you for your posts and answers, they help me understand how clever non-christian thinks through issue.
Apr
11
comment a Christian response to dying in dignity or assisted suicide?
+1 for the idea " they are implicitly stating that they are their own"
Apr
11
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Apr
11
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Apr
11
comment What biblical reasons are there for using the Lord's Prayer as a pattern for prayer rather than a prayer to repeat verbatim?
+1 Great personal note at the end.
Apr
11
answered Why did Jesus question God on the cross?
Apr
11
comment Why aren't the Biblical Apocrypha included in the protestant Bible?
@PeterTurner, I did not entended to be mean in anyway. I tried to provided a simple/quick answer of the evangelical point of view. Most of the answer is a taken from the article of Henri Blocher.