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Python coder from Poland.


Apr
26
awarded  Yearling
Mar
17
comment Which Orthodox churches are on the New Calendar, and which are on the Old Calendar?
I won't give you the full response, but regarding Poland - it is partly New Calendar and partly Old Calendar - this is left to the decision of a bishop.
Aug
31
comment How do Orthodox Bishops and theologians view the Church Fathers' definition of the word “catholic?”
The question is invalid. The early Church Fathers used only capital letters.
Jul
5
comment What is the “new doctrine” that Leo Tolstoy mentions in *Anna Karenina*?
I understand. However Tolstoy is 'far from orthodox' no matter what. He is far from ancient Orthodox church and contemporary as well.
Jun
27
comment What is the “new doctrine” that Leo Tolstoy mentions in *Anna Karenina*?
Certainly the sentence "Tolstoy was excommunicated from the Orthodox church because of his rejection of the Hegelian and Slavophilia influences that were prevalent1 throughout the 19th century." is wrong. Tolstoy's religious and political views were far from orthodox.
Apr
26
awarded  Yearling
Apr
25
awarded  Mortarboard
Apr
23
awarded  Enlightened
Apr
23
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
22
comment Does the triune God have will by nature, or by persons?
You confused the two wills of Christ (human and divine) with the idea of separate wills in Trinity (which is not supported by christian theology).
Apr
22
answered Does the Trinity share one mind or are there three separate minds?
Apr
2
answered What is “Traditionalist Catholicism”
Apr
2
answered Is St. Adalbert venerated in Eastern Orthodoxy?
Mar
27
comment Does God's omnipresence extend to hell?
The translation of the word ἀπό as 'away from' is just an intepretation. This pronoun can mean separation, but also cause.
Mar
13
awarded  Altruist
Mar
4
answered Was Islam originally considered to be a Christian sect?
Feb
22
revised According to Roman Catholic orthodoxy, is Jesus Christ a human person, a divine person, both, or none?
Clarified according to the comment
Feb
22
answered According to Roman Catholic orthodoxy, is Jesus Christ a human person, a divine person, both, or none?
Feb
20
comment Did Jesus really die?
This is not the answer to the question and it suggests apolinarianism. The soul of Christ was human, but your answer suggests, that Word of God = soul of Christ.
Feb
19
comment Why did Aquinas place so much credence in Aristotle?
It depends on how you count. If you define a rib as a bone that is connect to the sternum, then yes - human has eight ribs. This is of course different from today's definition, but this must be how Aristotle and Aquinas counted them. Thinking that Aristotle and Aquinas never saw a human skeleton is ridiculous. This is similar to the myth that Aristotle believed fly has 4 legs. Aristotle wrote about a species of mayfly that uses only four legs for walking.