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Jan
15
comment What is the Scriptural Basis Against the Trinity
In the USA, which is the stronghold of the restorationist movement; Mormons, Jehovah's Witnesses and "other Christians" make up less than 3% of the population. All the denominations apart from that are Trinitarian. With 75% of the population Christian, that comes to a fraction over 2% of Christians being non-Trinitarian or 'unknown'. Worldwide it is almost certainly less.
Jan
14
comment What is the Scriptural Basis Against the Trinity
"This view is labelled as a heresy by some denominations and orthodoxy by others". It's probably worth pointing out that 98% of Christians are part of Trinitarian denominations.
Jan
13
comment Are there any Christian traditions that say anything about feminism?
I think this is going to be too broad to give a sensible answer. Christian groups take many different views on feminism from "Feminism is an attack on Christianity and completely incompatible with it" to "Feminism is a natural reflection of the inherent equality between men and women found in Christianity".
Jan
10
comment Jesus teaching about the Trinity
The answer I referenced gives the biblical evidence for the Trinity. You can look at the passages which are quotes from Jesus for yourself, and decide which ones satisfy you.
Jan
10
comment What is Christian about Christian Kabbalah?
Cabalah is simply an alternative spelling of Kabbalah. There is something called Christian Kabbalah but they are not distinguished by the spelling.
Jan
9
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Jan
9
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Jan
4
revised What is a non-denominational church?
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Jan
4
answered Don't The Translation missed God's words?
Jan
3
answered What does the Church have to say about the Pope's latest statement?
Jan
3
revised What is the basis that many mainstream Christian groups justify labeling groups like the Mormons and Jehovah Witnesses as Non Christians?
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Jan
3
comment What is the basis that many mainstream Christian groups justify labeling groups like the Mormons and Jehovah Witnesses as Non Christians?
@Matt I've already said I won't argue with you in comments. If you are interested in knowing more, start a chat room.
Jan
3
revised God loves everyone… Even dictators?
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Jan
3
comment God loves everyone… Even dictators?
I'm using Hitler just as an example, of course, The same applies to anyone who has done anything bad.
Jan
3
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Jan
3
answered God loves everyone… Even dictators?
Jan
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Jan
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revised Why did the early Christian church stop building and worshiping in temples?
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