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May
15
revised Why would Jesus beg himself in the Garden of Gethsemane?
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May
15
comment Why would Jesus beg himself in the Garden of Gethsemane?
I'm assuming you are asking for answers from the point of view of people who believe Jesus is God. Obviously for someone who doesn't, this isn't a problem.
May
15
answered Why would Jesus beg himself in the Garden of Gethsemane?
May
15
comment Is the Genesis creation account consistent with the Big Bang theory according to Catholic theology?
Not from a Catholic point of view, but see: skeptics.stackexchange.com/questions/6932/…
May
13
answered Does the Pope have the authority to baptize aliens (martians)?
May
13
comment Couldn't it be dangerous to pray to Jesus if he may be a man?
I'm not going to argue with you more, especially since you clearly haven't read the answer on the other question.
May
13
comment Couldn't it be dangerous to pray to Jesus if he may be a man?
That sounds like you are trying to assuage your own doubts about Jesus' claims. That's a very valid thing to be doing, but not something that's appropriate to a forum like this. And of course, if Jesus IS God, then it's as much of a risk NOT to pray to him.
May
13
comment A woman's testimony was considered inadmissible in a court of law. Whose law?
You might remove the second half of the answer, which is addressing something entirely different from the question.
May
13
comment Couldn't it be dangerous to pray to Jesus if he may be a man?
What you might like to do is ask for the perspective of someone who believes Jesus is God on the verses you cite. But check the site first to see if they have been answered. This kind of question is extremely common.
May
13
comment Couldn't it be dangerous to pray to Jesus if he may be a man?
I'm not sure this is a useful question. If would be blasphemy to pray to God the Father if it turned out that Islam or Hinduism were correct.
May
13
comment Does Jesus ever claim to be God, or the son of God?
@GregoryMagarshak This is not the place to have an argument about whether you find this convincing or not. Please read the blog post "We are not here to convince you".
May
13
comment A woman's testimony was considered inadmissible in a court of law. Whose law?
@transistor1 I completely forgive you. This is certainly a good question for SE sites in general. And since it now has an excellent answer, no need to think about moving it.
May
13
comment How does one discern a calling to the vocation of priesthood?
Much better. Thanks.
May
12
comment A woman's testimony was considered inadmissible in a court of law. Whose law?
@transistor1 There is not. But there is a general history site, and this question isn't specifically about Christianity. If it is specifically Jewish Law, then there is also a Judaism site.
May
12
comment How does one discern a calling to the vocation of priesthood?
Asking for anecdotes is not a good idea here. If you are looking for the general process of being called to the priesthood, can you please edit to indicate this?
May
12
comment A woman's testimony was considered inadmissible in a court of law. Whose law?
Would this be better off on the history site?
May
12
answered How does one discern a calling to the vocation of religious life?
May
12
comment How does one discern a calling to the vocation of religious life?
The call to a 'religious life' isn't the same as a call to leadership, or to ordination.
May
11
awarded  Taxonomist
May
10
comment How do i find out if I am in Abraham's house?
"when you decide to fix the threatening behavior". The question doesn't mention threatening behaviour.