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В основном заинтересованы в корпоративных мобильных интеграции.


Aug
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comment Why did Christianity survive at all?
@AffableGeek You wanna take a stab at it? I'd love to read what you have to say.
Aug
27
awarded  Civic Duty
Aug
27
comment Why did Christianity survive at all?
@anon Brilliant answer!!
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comment Why did Christianity survive at all?
@SanJacinto Let me explain. I'm not against Biblical answers. I'm just against oversimplifications and thought terminating clichés. When someone just says it's God's will that leaves little room for discussion and can be applied to almost any question about Christianity. I'll be perfectly happy accepting a theological answer that does not just state the obvious and shows some research effort. In fact I intend to offer a bounty of 250 points on the best one.
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Aug
26
comment Why didn't God omit non-essential information from the Bible?
@warren Common sense and scripture - John 21:25 "Now there are also many other things that Jesus did. Were every one of them to be written, I suppose that the world itself could not contain the books that would be written."
Aug
26
comment Should husbands submit to wives?
@Richard "Jesus submits to the church" What???
Aug
25
comment Why didn't God omit non-essential information from the Bible?
@Flimzy It is usually believed that God didn't expound on the short narratives for the lack of space. If everything was written the entire world wouldn't have the room. But then he could've made some empty space by omitting extraneous information. In that sense the two points are somewhat related.
Aug
25
comment Why didn't God omit non-essential information from the Bible?
@tunmisefashipe So you mean such passages are here because they were written by men? How could it be inspired if men wrote anything they wanted? You'll have to explain what parts were inspired and in what sense.
Aug
25
comment Why didn't God omit non-essential information from the Bible?
@Matt That could be made into a good answer. Coz I don't much about any sects that hold these passages important.
Aug
24
asked Why didn't God omit non-essential information from the Bible?
Aug
24
comment How did Luther and Calvin view Christian perfectionism?
These quotes are just pure gold. Now I have a new found reverence for Luther.
Aug
24
comment Does any church denomination believe it possible to go one moment without sinning?
@Mike Oh don't worry. These points aren't real currency. Nor am I perfectionist. I just enjoyed putting my thoughts together in clear form and that made it worth it. The same reason I write my diary. So no issues. I'm just argumentative by nature that's why the meta post. :)
Aug
24
awarded  Convention
Aug
24
comment Where can I find out more about other people rising from the dead, when Jesus died on the Cross?
@MarcGravell Aren't you arguing from ignorance here? We're talking about the 1st century. Sometimes events that transpired in one village couldn't get to the next. The only information preserved was that which made its way into biographies of emperors or writings of philosophers, and that wasn't much. In fact the contemporary documents acknowledge none of the events recorded in the Gospels except the existence of a man named Jesus.
Aug
24
comment Does any church denomination believe it possible to go one moment without sinning?
@Mike Also, pozdrvlenija na 5555 punktov :)
Aug
24
comment Does any church denomination believe it possible to go one moment without sinning?
@Mike I would if knew how. Btw do you know Russian?
Aug
24
comment Does any church denomination believe it possible to go one moment without sinning?
@Flimzy This has me confused a bit so I've created a meta post.