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Aug
22
comment Why blame for Jesus's death
@msh210 I have a hunch that you are trying to ask why blame the Jews for killing Christ (may be). In that case I'll say that is not the position taken by all the Christians. Some of us believe that everyone who has sinned is responsible for crucifying him. Including you and me personally. And that if we sin after knowing about him we crucify him all over again. Hebrews 6:6 "... who then turn away from God. ... are nailing him to the cross once again".
Aug
22
answered Why blame for Jesus's death
Aug
22
comment Why blame for Jesus's death
@Narnian I was thinking the same thing. But I wanted to give OP a chance to clarify himself. Also Romans 3:8 comes to mind - "(Some say)Let us do evil that good may result. Their condemnation is deserved."
Aug
22
comment Why blame for Jesus's death
And I'm sorry but I don't get your question. What credit? Are you saying that those who killed him should be commended because our salvation is an indirect result of their actions?
Aug
22
comment Why blame for Jesus's death
Good to see you on this side of SE :). You're incorrect in your assumption that the site frowns upon denominationless questions. It just frowns upon wide scoped or subjective questions.
Aug
22
comment Can seeking arguments against Christianity strengthen Christianity?
Simple. Elegant. Profound. +1
Aug
22
comment Does any church denomination believe it possible to go one moment without sinning?
@Mike Spasiba :)
Aug
22
comment Is Salvation a State Function?
@PeterTurner Awwwwwww :( :'( The one cool contribution I made to this site... :(
Aug
22
revised Does any church denomination believe it possible to go one moment without sinning?
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Aug
22
answered Does any church denomination believe it possible to go one moment without sinning?
Aug
22
comment Is Salvation a State Function?
@hellectronic I'm not raising works vs. faith. If it is by faith only then is past faith remembered or only present state matters? If it is by works are past works remembered? If it is by chocolate donuts ... you see my point?
Aug
22
asked Is Salvation a State Function?
Aug
21
reviewed Leave Open What methods are used by Christian churches to discipline their members?
Aug
21
reviewed Leave Open Are all things possible with God?
Aug
21
reviewed Leave Open How do Christians exercise self-control in the abstinence of food during fasting?
Aug
19
comment Was baptism practiced before Christ?
This is a well thought question. I think you should also ask this on Mi Yodeya.
Aug
19
comment How could I locate a reference, for say, the passage that talks about Spiritual Gifts?
I think the passage you are looking for is Eph4:11.
Aug
19
comment What are the classics/giants in Systematic Theology
I'm surprised by the upvotes. Isn't this a poll question?
Aug
19
comment Does Satan really have a physical location or dwelling place on earth
Great answer but I'm in doubt about your fourth paragraph. "As a created being, Satan must, by definition, have a physical presence" Depends on type of creation. It would be difficult to assign coordinates to a non-physical entity. When we think of throwing or moving we think of physical objects. The same may not hold for non-physical, extra-dimensional, [insert a sci-fi term here] things. Satan could be face to face with God after being thrown out of heaven. The terms "walking the earth", "cast down" may be figure of speech, narrated such probably to make it understandable for humans.
Aug
17
comment Which denominations hold the quartodecimanist interpretation of John 19?
quartodecimanist? Most of your questions sound like rocket science to me. Makes me kinda jealous. I study a lot but I don't know what it'd take to reach that level of theology.