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Nov
12
comment What is the difference between Evangelical and Protestant?
To be clear, I don't think that any American's 'ideal' political party would greatly resemble the Republicans or the Democrats, but they do seem to be the only games in town.
Nov
6
comment What is the consequence of being baptized twice, according to the Catholic Church?
I'm not sure I understand -- what are you trying to say the effects of an inadvertent second baptism are?
Nov
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Nov
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asked What is the consequence of being baptized twice, according to the Catholic Church?
Apr
13
comment Why is the Bible subject to a high level of interpretation?
@zipquincy, that comment has several good questions in it. I suggest you ask some of them as questions of their own.
Nov
13
comment Are there any Christian denominations that don't believe Jesus is the only way to salvation?
This answer is all about whether baptism is required to get into heaven. The question is about whether Jesus is required.
Oct
27
comment Why do Protestants say: “In Jesus' name. Amen.”, whereas Catholics say: “In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.”?
What evidence do you have that Protestants do pray in Jesus' name and don't pray in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit? I've been a Protestant all my life and have never run across this dichotomy.
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Jul
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comment Do Protestants believe that the Holy Spirit stopped leading the church?
@Grasper, I think you're asking a different question with that comment.
Jun
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May
14
comment Couldn't it be dangerous to pray to Jesus if he may be a man?
@GregoryMagarshak, I for one would like to see an answer to this question. However, I think it is (in Stack Exchange terms) two questions in one: 1) Do Protestants have any doubts that Jesus is God? 2) If so, is it idolatry to pray to him? I think these need to be separated if the question is to be answered.
Nov
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Oct
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Jul
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Jul
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comment Does Christ explicitly say that this was his first time on Earth?
@Neel, that's a great question right there -- what of Christ's teachings contradict the teachings of Krishna.
Jul
5
comment Does beleiving in the trinity renounce the idea of Christianity being monotheistic?
What makes you think the different translations of the Bible will contradict each other on something like this?
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