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reviewed Edit Why did Jesus say, “Do not touch me”?
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comment What Christian denominations accept the idea of a pre-Genesis creation?
This is a question to which every answer is equally valid, which is a type of question which is off-topic. Could you refine it to ask about a particular tradition's viewpoint? For example, "Some Biblical Scholars" must come from a particular tradition; ask about that one, or another. But make the question specific or it's likely to be closed as Too Broad.
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reviewed Leave Closed What reason does a group of Christians have that the world will end on Oct 7, 2015?
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reviewed Leave Closed What is the biblical justification for allowing only male pastors?
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reviewed Approve What reason does a group of Christians have that the world will end on Oct 7, 2015?
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comment According to the Catholic Church, is practicing spiritism moral?
Well, yes, except that Kardec [mentioned in the question] used seances. These occasions either tame occult (hidden) powers, or they exploit credulity.
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answered According to the Catholic Church, is practicing spiritism moral?
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comment If a husband wants to recommit to Catholicism but his wife does not want to convert, will they be considered to be adulterers?
@Flimzy I wondered about that. I've now edited my answer to cover that -- it's actually not clear what the sin would be, if it is one at all.
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revised If a husband wants to recommit to Catholicism but his wife does not want to convert, will they be considered to be adulterers?
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comment If a husband wants to recommit to Catholicism but his wife does not want to convert, will they be considered to be adulterers?
It goes without saying (but I'll say it anyway) that anyone who is in this situation needs to see their parish priest as the sacraments of the Church are mediated through the clergy. But hopefully this answer will give an idea of what to expect.
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revised If a husband wants to recommit to Catholicism but his wife does not want to convert, will they be considered to be adulterers?
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answered If a husband wants to recommit to Catholicism but his wife does not want to convert, will they be considered to be adulterers?
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comment If a husband wants to recommit to Catholicism but his wife does not want to convert, will they be considered to be adulterers?
@TianySlowriver I've added this additional data to the question.
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revised If a husband wants to recommit to Catholicism but his wife does not want to convert, will they be considered to be adulterers?
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comment If a husband wants to recommit to Catholicism but his wife does not want to convert, will they be considered to be adulterers?
@brasshat That's easily rectified (and I have!)
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revised If a husband wants to recommit to Catholicism but his wife does not want to convert, will they be considered to be adulterers?
Made a general question rather than reference a specific case