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Hi! I'm Ukrainian greek catholic. I'm keen on literature, poetry and computers.


May
10
comment Is there any biblical support for copyright law?
@Marc this all was about correctness of copyright law actually, not about stealing something, and the answer was pretty on topic, since I was asking about Bible background. Talking about information and a basic of it - a simply word, you may consider, and it's not a pun, that in the beginning was a Word, and who we are to trade a gifts of our Heaven Father? The work is something done once and paid once otherwise it's gambling or begging. You may consider praising and spreading the word of God is a duty of most Christians, same way as attending a church, and the same way it is neglected.
May
10
comment Is there any biblical support for copyright law?
@TRiG yes, copyright law may assist to protect information from change, but to change a mesage is rather lie than a stealing. Using copyright law for this purpose reminds me a joke about using microscope to hammer in nails. Except that microscope is actually a good thing.
May
10
comment Is there any biblical support for copyright law?
@JoelCoehoorn, thanks Joel, but it's really a matter of terms. I think, example with a book isn't much right, since medium and content are completely differ stuff. Thank you anyway, I hope there will be more in the scope of question ;)
May
10
comment Is there any biblical support for copyright law?
@MarcGravell copyleft concept exists and grows up for many years. Many artists are sharing their works for free. There is an open science and design - so, this model works. Human heart is something more complex then any economical model, but isn't there something we have to radically change in our hearts to gain a Kingdome of our Heaven Father? Then, why we have to be afraid to change our contracts (lawfully of course)?
Feb
1
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
1
comment How should Christians meditate?
@SeanMcMillan comments are not the best place for a detailed answer. My comment is in the scope of question and all given answers, including my actual related answer, hope that helps.
Sep
28
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
24
accepted What is the official Roman Catholic opinion on Swedenborg?
Sep
24
revised How should Christians participate in a democracy?
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Sep
24
revised What does the bible say about homosexuality?
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Sep
24
comment How should Christians participate in a democracy?
@MarcGravell: still, if it's about Christians, I'm agree with Caleb here that "so far as the civil laws of a country do not cause us to violate the moral and other obligations we have to our maker, we are submit to them."
Sep
24
comment How should Christians participate in a democracy?
@MarcGravell: talking about religious minorities in Europe, are they happen to be Christians? Otherwise ref to Romans makes no sense at all.
Sep
24
comment How should Christians participate in a democracy?
@JamesBlack Actually, question was far away from this. In my opinion, faith is above all, and Christian politician will have to ban homosexual "marriages", otherwise he will be a hypocrite. We need to show love and compassion to homosexuals, instead of tempt them, by allowing sin in law of countries.
Sep
24
comment How should Christians participate in a democracy?
@JamesBlack is divorce a sin? It depends. While any food became permitted, homosexuality stays forbidden.
Sep
24
comment Is money important for Christians?
@Richard: thank you, I have edited a question.
Sep
24
comment Is money important for Christians?
@MasonWheeler: I have clarified question with edit.
Sep
24
comment Is money important for Christians?
@RobertCartaino: I have removed fellowship and camaraderie promotion.
Sep
24
revised Is money important for Christians?
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Sep
24
comment How should Christians participate in a democracy?
@MarcGravell No, it is not. Forcing beliefs is applying force to make other people accept your opinion or religion (or say so). It is wrong, evil, non-democracy etc although they dislike it. If law is improved in legal way, it may be not accepted by minorities, and they still may have their own opinion or religion.
Sep
24
revised What is Baptism of the Holy Spirit?
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