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comment What does the “reformed and recovered Christian fundamentalist” mean?
Because it's really just about the meaning of words. If Hitchens had written "Reformed and recovering Hindu" the answer would have been the same.
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comment What does the “reformed and recovered Christian fundamentalist” mean?
+1 Great minds think alike.
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answered What does the “reformed and recovered Christian fundamentalist” mean?
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comment Why should belief be ever more important than rationalism?
Congratulations on one of the most thorough Godwinizations of an argument I have ever encountered.
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comment Why should belief be ever more important than rationalism?
Are you asking why it's an axiom on this site? We are a site for questions about Christianity, and not a debating site. Other than that Christian belief is not usually an axiom. If you want to ask questions about how this site works, you can do so on the meta site - under the help menu.
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comment How do protestant Christians keep the sabbath?
Hi Tejas. We are looking for more general answers, not just your personal experience. Please have a look at the help pages to find out how we are different from most other forums.
Jul
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comment Why do translations use words like “servants” to mean “slaves”?
@JimThio Unfortunately 'servant' doesn't correspond exactly either. We don't have a word that exactly corresponds to someone in that position.
Jul
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reviewed Leave Open Without Hell, from what does Jesus save?
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comment Bible and nakedness, why is it considered wrong, even after Jesus' sacrifice?
To pick up on just one aspect of your question, when people say "The Bible is universal" they mean "The Bible is for everyone", not "Everyone intuitively knows the contents of the Bible".
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revised Bible and nakedness, why is it considered wrong, even after Jesus' sacrifice?
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comment Do reformed theologians call “God the Father” Jehovah?
You are I presume citing the part of the etymology section which says: 'Many scholars propose that the name "YHWH" is a verb form derived from the biblical Hebrew triconsonantal root היה (h-y-h), which means "to be"', (among other related things).
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reviewed Approve Do reformed theologians call “God the Father” Jehovah?
Jul
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reviewed Approve Do reformed theologians call “God the Father” Jehovah?
Jul
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comment Is the “divine service” a service for god or a service for the believer?
This is a great, profound question, worthy of lots of discussion, on which many Christians including pastors have varying (and sometimes unclear) opinions. Unfortunately the very depth of this questions makes it somewhat unsuitable for this site.
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comment Waiting for Jesus to come
Doesn't appear to be an actual question here.
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comment My question is: Who is God?
Even if you were to restrict the answer to one denomination, the answer would be far too big to write here. If you have a specific question about God please ask. Alternatively there are many good books on the subject, or you could talk to a local Christian leader for more information.
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revised Who died owning only a bible?
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reviewed Leave Open Do we know of any case of the concept of the Holy Spirit being a person existing among Christians before the Constantinople council of 381 A.D.?