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Mar
8
reviewed Leave Open What is the Biblical basis for the idea that spiritual gifts are no longer relevant?
Mar
8
reviewed Leave Open What is the Biblical definition of “prophecy”?
Mar
8
reviewed Leave Open Why did God speak Hebrew?
Mar
8
reviewed Leave Open Is the New Covenant a unilateral or a bilateral covenant?
Mar
8
reviewed Leave Open In the Lord's Prayer, to what does “daily bread” refer?
Mar
8
comment When and why did the Catholic Church stop the Crusades?
I hope the qualification "Crusades to the East" didn't go unnoticed. There were other Crusades that were neither defensive nor counters to Muslim agression.
Mar
7
revised What Bible “type” disambiguation?
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Mar
7
answered What Bible “type” disambiguation?
Mar
6
comment What Bible “type” disambiguation?
And the reason they are rare is that they are huge and heavy.
Mar
2
reviewed Leave Open The Greatest Commandment - Loving God with all our 1) heart, 2) soul, and 3) strength
Mar
2
reviewed Leave Open Does the Catholic Church officially recognize Protestants as Christians?
Mar
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reviewed Close What is specified complexity?
Mar
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comment What is the theological background to the belief that taxation is theft?
I'm not questioning the question, I'm clarifying the question. If all I write is "It's only Christian anarchists who believe this", then it appears I'm not addressing the question, because I don't talk about the actual people mentioned in the question.
Mar
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revised What is the theological background to the belief that taxation is theft?
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answered What is the theological background to the belief that taxation is theft?
Feb
29
comment Meaning of term “satisfactory” in T. S Eliot's Journey of the Magi
You make a good point, and now I'm voting to reopen.
Feb
25
comment Does the Catholic Church officially recognize Protestants as Christians?
I've created us a chat room: chat.stackexchange.com/rooms/36190/…
Feb
25
comment Does the Catholic Church officially recognize Protestants as Christians?
'Saying Protestants are Christians in "a certain, although imperfect" sense'. Yes, that's exactly an edit that would make this a good answer and be in accordance with what the Catholic church teaches.
Feb
24
comment Does the Catholic Church officially recognize Protestants as Christians?
@Geremia Your interpretation of these statements is not more authoritative than the Catechism of the Catholic Church, which tells us how the Catholic Church interprets them.
Feb
23
revised Did Pope Francis overstep any official Catholic boundary when he criticized Trump?
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