Reputation
5,112
Next privilege 10,000 Rep.
Access moderator tools
Badges
30 55
Newest
 Guru
Impact
~232k people reached

16h
revised Catholic position about non-truthfully conversion to islam
grammar/spelling
16h
reviewed Leave Open Does the Bible say anything about chimeras or explains their purpose?
16h
reviewed Close What is a non-denominational church?
16h
reviewed Close Is Christianity a monotheistic religion?
16h
reviewed Close Why don't most Protestants consider confession to be a sacrament?
16h
reviewed Close Why were Sodom and Gomorrah destroyed?
16h
reviewed Close Why is Adam considered the original sinner?
16h
reviewed Close Noah's flood and Giants
2d
reviewed Close How can one tell if God is in favor of a modern value or not?
2d
reviewed Leave Open How did the Holy Spirit come into existence?
2d
reviewed Leave Open In John 1:12, what is the significance of the phrase “believing in his name” as opposed to the usual phrase “believing in him”?
2d
reviewed Close Does God love unconditionally?
2d
reviewed Leave Open Does the New Testament override the Old Testament?
2d
reviewed Close Did Jesus teach separation of church and state?
2d
reviewed Close Is there any biblical support for copyright law?
2d
reviewed Close Is there any biblical doctrine on how to avoid paranoia as a Christian under an Protestant framework?
2d
reviewed Close Do people have the ability to truly love God, without God guiding them into loving him?
Apr
26
comment Does the Holy Spirit's procession from the Father and Son infringe on the co-equality of the Trinity?
But at this point in history, Roman Catholics have acknowledged this and clarified how they intend the Filioque to be interpreted today.
Apr
26
comment Does the Holy Spirit's procession from the Father and Son infringe on the co-equality of the Trinity?
That's correct, @AthanasiusOfAlex -- a big part of this is the loss of distinction when translating to Latin. However, even some Latin theologians initially objected. Another term could have been used to emphasize the monarchy of the Father and his being the sole source of procession.
Apr
25
comment Impediments to a baptized, widowed Catholic marrying his unbaptized, 15-year-old sister-in-law?
My close reason is that this individual needs to talk to a priest about this, not random people on the Internet.