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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.)


Jul
11
asked Does every sin affect other people?
Jul
11
asked What language did Jesus speak?
Jul
10
comment Why are Protestants from the Church of England allowed to divorce?
Needs to be edited per recent edit to the question.
Jul
10
comment Why are Protestants from the Church of England allowed to divorce?
Not bad. +1 for a very accurate answer from Scripture.
Jul
10
asked Identifying the Three and the One in Scripture in light of the Trinity
Jul
9
asked Was Jesus an adherent to 'Sola Scriptura'?
Jul
9
comment What is “heresy”?
Thanks. This is helpful. +1
Jul
9
asked What makes a Council's conclusions authoritative?
Jul
9
comment Please, advise Christian horror movies
If "The Visitation" doesn't give you nightmares, I don't know what will. That movie is creepy.
Jul
9
comment What is “heresy”?
Wow. Bold statements! Does this describe the modern usage of the word in Catholicism, though?
Jul
9
comment What is “heresy”?
+1 Interesting - thanks.
Jul
9
revised What is “heresy”?
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Jul
9
comment Does the Bible support the concept of 'balance' between 'two extremes'?
@Mike The question should be reworded then. As it is currently phrased, you are asking if the Bible supports it, which it does not, as I showed. It sounds like what you meant to ask was: "What arguments are used to support the idea of a 'balance ...'?" ... or perhaps, "What are the counterarguments to 'extremism'?"
Jul
9
comment What is “heresy”?
I almost up-voted, but I want to suggest an edit. I would argue that Protestants generally let "orthodoxy" lie in the teachings of Scripture, rather than in an understanding shared by those within the church.
Jul
9
comment What is “heresy”?
Very interesting! By this definition, essentially every Church and most denominations would be "heretical" to each other Church/denom. Is that a fair statement?
Jul
9
revised Under what conditions does the Bible support divorce?
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Jul
9
comment Why are Protestants from the Church of England allowed to divorce?
Allowed by whom? Are you asking why God allows it, why the church leadership allows it, why the community allows it, or why the individual feels that they are "allowed" to do it?
Jul
9
revised Why did God speak Hebrew?
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Jul
9
revised Why did God speak Hebrew?
Clarified the question to seem less "silly"
Jul
9
asked What is “heresy”?