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I'm a born-again Christian, active member of the body of Christ, husband and father, and Bible teacher. I love to study Scripture, and firmly believe it is the only credible standard for truth.

Aside from my devotion to God, His people, and His word, I don't really have any loyalty to a particular doctrine or creed.

(The guy in the picture is Zhuge Liang from the movie Red Cliff.)


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revised What is dispensationalism?
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comment What is dispensationalism?
Lol @ the Wikipedia comment. I love this question, as I am also very confused by the hearsay and partial explanations that have come my way.
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15
revised What is dispensationalism?
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Jul
15
revised Where does the belief the Bible is written by the Holy Spirit come from?
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revised Where does the belief the Bible is written by the Holy Spirit come from?
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answered Where does the belief the Bible is written by the Holy Spirit come from?
Jul
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revised If miracles stopped after the Apostles, then why are there admonitions to pray over people?
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answered What is the basis of my fractured understanding of “Sola Scriptura”?
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revised What is the basis of my fractured understanding of “Sola Scriptura”?
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Jul
13
comment If miracles stopped after the Apostles, then why are there admonitions to pray over people?
My reaction to the Pastor's exegesis: o_O
Jul
13
answered If miracles stopped after the Apostles, then why are there admonitions to pray over people?
Jul
13
revised If miracles stopped after the Apostles, then why are there admonitions to pray over people?
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Jul
13
awarded  Civic Duty
Jul
13
comment Why is Jesus the Son called the Father in Isaiah 9:6?
RE: "This question reveals one of the mistakes that non-trinitarians make" ... did you mean to say "Trinitarians" there? If not, I'm not sure I follow the logic. By the same logic, it could be said that the concept of "Father" or "Son" did not exist before God invented the family unit. "God ... is not defined/limited by these ... and yet he is the perfect fulfillment of them". I think this is a perfect description of the "non-Trinitarian" perspective, and as such, is not an effective illustration of where "non-Trinitarians" have gone wrong, if that makes sense.
Jul
11
accepted What is “heresy”?
Jul
11
comment Does every sin affect other people?
Any chance you could include a reference from Scripture or Church doctrine to support your personal opinion? (In the mean time I'm going to go ahead and accept, because this is an excellent answer which settled the topic in my mind.)
Jul
11
accepted Does every sin affect other people?
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revised Does every sin affect other people?
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11
comment Does every sin affect other people?
I'm digging the "simple" answer, but could you add some sort of reference to Scripture or Church authority to back up your claim?
Jul
11
comment Does every sin affect other people?
Hah. Now I have a "yes", a "no', and a "maybe". Thanks. ;) You brought up some interesting points - especially the island example.