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Nov
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revised Where the church should gather?
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answered Where the church should gather?
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comment Where the church should gather?
Filipe, you seem to be trying to have an argument here. This is the wrong place for it. You asked what the arguments were for hold in Christian meetings in a way for which there is no example int he NT. We told you. If you don't agree with those views, you are welcome to disgree, but we are not going to argue with you here.
Nov
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comment Where the church should gather?
Question 3 is easy. Most Christians consider that it is not necessary for there to be an example of something in NT times for it to be permissible in modern times.
Nov
28
comment Where the church should gather?
What do you consider the 'early church'? There are purpose-built churches that survive from around 300AD, so we can presume there was no prohibition on meetintgs outside the home at that point?
Nov
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comment Is there any basis in Catholic theology or in the writings of major Catholic theologians for the belief that snakes used to have legs?
@Pam Since the quote is concerning Genesis as an allegory, you haven't shown anything to indicate that Catholics believe that snakes literally used to have legs (except in the usual evolutionary sense).
Nov
26
comment Is there any basis in Catholic theology or in the writings of major Catholic theologians for the belief that snakes used to have legs?
Pam are you asking about a literalist belief? The quote you cite could be commenting on the story as a story. It doesn't imply a belief in the literal historicity of Genesis.
Nov
25
reviewed Leave Open Why was the prodigal son spoken harshly of by his elder brother?
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reviewed Close What is an overview of Christian arguments against the “unconscious violinist” analogy used to support abortion in the case of rape?
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reviewed Reopen How do Catholics view physical and digital copies of the Bible?
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revised What is the biblical basis for “March for Jesus” or “Jesus Day”?
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answered What is the biblical basis for “March for Jesus” or “Jesus Day”?
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comment What is the biblical basis for “March for Jesus” or “Jesus Day”?
Please have a look at this question, which explains why we are not looking to give you an explanation that satisfies you personally. We will be happy to explain the reasons behind March for Jesus, but if you don't happen to like them there is nothing we can do about that.
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comment What is the biblical basis for “March for Jesus” or “Jesus Day”?
Since that's the level of 'theological support' you are asking about there is clearly theological support for "praising God", especially with singing and music, and also for "making God's name known", both of which are the aims of March for Jesus . Is that going to be enough for you?
Nov
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comment What is the biblical basis for “March for Jesus” or “Jesus Day”?
To satisfy my curiosity, what is your 'consistent theological ground to clearly support' posting questions on an internet site?
Nov
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revised What is an overview of Christian arguments against the “unconscious violinist” analogy used to support abortion in the case of rape?
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comment Why was the prodigal son spoken harshly of by his elder brother?
When the Prodigal son went off, he took with him "his half of the inheritance" - i.e. half the property of the father, reducing the wealth of those left behind (father and elder son) by a considerable amount. This isn't just the elder son being annoyed by the younger's lifestyle choices.