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Nov
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revised What's the basic premise behind “restorationist” movements?
Better grammar.
Nov
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Jul
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comment What Christian denominations do not require belief in mainstream Christian core doctrines?
Though, I'd say that only your first two could really---in any descriptive sense---be considered "core" by the vast majority of Christians.
Jul
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comment Why did only 4 people write about the Life of Jesus Christ?
If you were a first century Christian who believed that at any moment, Jesus would return and time would cease, you would take time to write a book?
Jun
30
comment Why four Gospels?
Yeah, but more likely it was just anonymous.
Jun
29
revised Why did only 4 people write about the Life of Jesus Christ?
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Jun
29
revised Why did only 4 people write about the Life of Jesus Christ?
Spelling Errors.
Jun
29
suggested approved edit on Why did only 4 people write about the Life of Jesus Christ?
Jun
29
comment What happened to the Sarum rite?
And here I thought the was going to be about the Lord of the Rings.
Jun
29
answered Why did only 4 people write about the Life of Jesus Christ?
Jun
27
comment Who could have written the Pastoral Epistles?
3 of 4 groups, perhaps, but still not "most scholars."
Jun
27
comment Was Adam androgynous?
"It seems like Adam was created with both genders." Sounds like tension to me.
Jun
26
answered Who could have written the Pastoral Epistles?
Jun
26
revised Was Adam androgynous?
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Jun
26
revised Was Adam androgynous?
Added LOTR reference
Jun
26
answered Was Adam androgynous?
Jun
26
comment Why does the Old Testament never mention unclean spirits and demon-posessed people?
Yeah. NBD. I looked it up on Biblehub too—I was surprised it said ʾet was the def. direct obj. marker, because it definitely isn't. Internet fail. One more reason to learn the languages (as you clearly have)!
Jun
26
comment Why does the Old Testament never mention unclean spirits and demon-posessed people?
It is widely accepted that Satan didn't "exist" in the Hebrew Bible until the persian period (Job, Chron, etc.). This text is too early for that.
Jun
26
comment Why does the Old Testament never mention unclean spirits and demon-posessed people?
1 Sam 16:14 uses mēʾēt "from with" (min + ʾet) and all the others places the evil spirit is in construct with God/Yahweh. Pretty solid connection, if you ask me.