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Python coder from Poland.


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awarded  Investor
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revised When did Arabic enter into usage as a liturgical language among Orthodox Christians?
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comment How can common believers in the Eastern Orthodox Church be sure that the Church's decisions are correct and not erroneous?
You can see in Epistle to Galatians that it can sometimes happen that people having received the Gospel are then tempted to abandon its simplicity.
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answered Did Paul preach Jesus's message?
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comment How can common believers in the Eastern Orthodox Church be sure that the Church's decisions are correct and not erroneous?
Some of them knew well. Some of them not so well. Some of them had simple faith which could be crooked by eloquent preaching of heretics.
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comment How can common believers in the Eastern Orthodox Church be sure that the Church's decisions are correct and not erroneous?
The point is to protect the faith against people who try to contaminate it. These councils was always held as a response against some false teaching.
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answered How can common believers in the Eastern Orthodox Church be sure that the Church's decisions are correct and not erroneous?
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answered What were the circumstances behind the loss of the “True Cross?”
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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment What of all those who just don't know
I'm sorry, but I even if you reject opinion of holy martyr Justing, I put a fragment from Romans that backs up the idea that even heathen have natural law that comes from God. You said nothing about it. Of course the opinion, that everyone who didn't know Christ must be saved is wrong. But that's not a thing anyone here tries to support.
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comment Catholic view of Biblical saints
According to Didache ("If anyone is holy, let him come. If anyone is not, let him repent.") and Eastern Liturgy ("Holy things for the holy") the group of "saints" is equal to a group of "people that are able to receive Eucharist". For a Roman Catholic theology it would be strictly "a person in state of sanctifying grace".
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answered Catholic view of Biblical saints
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awarded  Critic
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comment How did the monastic tradition evolve?
Idiorythmic life evolved from eremitism when monks started to gather in deserts. Cenobitic life was rather instituted than gradually evolved
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answered How did the monastic tradition evolve?
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answered What of all those who just don't know
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comment What is the Christian perspective on deceptive brain messages?
I suggest you to read The Filokalia and see, what the Christians already said about it. You will find there a lot of teachings about guarding ones mind and dealing with certain thoughts and impulses. Then you can compare it with this book.
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answered What does Love Mean?
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answered Can a non-orthodox layman arrive to Hesychia?