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Feb
8
comment Is there a way to prove the God of the Bible?
+1 for The bottom line is this: we each of us have the option to look at the evidence available for God's existence and makes up their own mind. There is no absolute certainty - but for us Christians, there is enough. In the end it is not a argument but a will to believe. (Rom 1.20 and following)
Feb
8
comment Is there a way to prove the God of the Bible?
Thanks for you answer, this is a great answer to show that Jesus is God. Although I asked how can I prove God? but that Jesus is God. But I like the way you think on the person of Jesus.
Feb
7
comment Is there a way to prove the God of the Bible?
@MarcGravell Thanks for jumping in. I wanted you input on this one.
Feb
6
comment Neurotheology and God
let us continue this discussion in chat
Feb
6
comment Neurotheology and God
@MarcGravell I point is that rational reasoning cannot answer the fundamental question/quest of mankind.
Feb
6
comment Neurotheology and God
@RexKerr I edited my post to clarify how does science and technology "failed in the end". Thanks for your comment. My idea was not expressed clear enough.
Feb
6
comment Neurotheology and God
@MarcGravell I edited my post, hope it provide a more clear answer. I could provide more details, but I'll have to write a book if I go more lengthty. ;) Seriously, thanks for helping me make my ideas more clear.
Feb
4
comment What is the central idea of the Bible?
@Flimzy sadly the teacher did not provided the specific references
Feb
3
comment Is the Old Testament a Jewish book?
It is sad that I could not accept two answers.
Feb
3
comment What is the hope in Roman Catholicism?
Thanks for your thought full reply. I want to apologize if my question sounded harsh, my intention were genuine. Thanks again for your reply.
Feb
3
comment What is the hope in Roman Catholicism?
@JonEricson I added a apology to my question. Thanks for pointing out. I am a big fan of Dietrich Bonhoeffer's book The Cost Of Discipleship. So I did not want to sound cheap grace either.
Feb
3
comment What is the hope in Roman Catholicism?
I totally agree with you, I did not want to be disrespetful in anyway. I am asking the question sincerely.
Feb
2
comment Who believes in Mechanical Inspiration?
inerrancy does not have any thing to do with mechanical inspiration. Inerrancy means without errors, mechanical inspiration means that the biblical authors worked as scribes or in some sort of trances. Which would be denied by most evangelical today.
Feb
2
comment Is the Old Testament a Jewish book?
I would add to your conclusion. That the old testament points toward Christ who is the accomplishment of the law. Christ would make no sense has well without the prophecy, the law, the psalm that talks about Him. Great answer!
Jan
31
comment Is it fair to say that Baptists have a liturgy?
+1 That is funny. From someone going into a Baptist Church :)
Jan
31
comment Could Hell be seen as a reward?
Thanks, but I was looking at a way to explain it differently to a atheist friend. Showing him that in the end God gives him what his heart desires the must. But I would agree with your explanation.
Jan
31
comment Could Hell be seen as a reward?
@MarcGravell Thanks for your contribution. I appreciate the way you think. I personnaly think that this site is enrich by well though people like you that think differently then christian. It help us keep our mind shape.
Jan
30
comment Is there an English translation of the Bible that is accepted by most Christians?
I know that in French the Louis Second, is used by the protestant circles as well as the Mormon circles. But not among the Catholics.
Jan
30
comment Christianity and Fatalism
Thanks for your answer. I would have added a tough on Hope that make Christianity different then fatalism. Christian hope in the fact that at the end they will see Christ, the object of our affection.
Jan
30
comment What conventions did the Jews use to express time in Jesus' day?
Hopes the edit will tied the answer more to the question. Let me know if I'm still out of track.