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Dec
21
comment Is Matthew 24:36 contrary to trinitarianism?
Not only not simplistic but highly relevant and accurate. If Jesus and the Father were the same being, we wouldn't have Trinitarianism, we would have Unitarianism. This passage is evidence in favour of Trinitarianism.
Dec
19
answered Does Mark 16:9-20 Prove the Bible is not the infallible word of God?
Dec
19
comment Does Mark 16:9-20 Prove the Bible is not the infallible word of God?
Can I just point out that the term "plausible deniability" means being able to deny something and have people believe you. It is not in any way related to truth. Did you mean to ask about truth?
Dec
17
comment How do we identify false prophets?
We've had a few questions like this :christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/9815/…
Dec
14
revised Does an understanding of how the Bible was written, play a strong role in any Christian sect?
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Dec
13
answered Do reformed theologians call “God the Father” Jehovah?
Dec
13
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
12
answered Before the fall of Adam, did anything die?
Dec
12
revised Before the fall of Adam, did anything die?
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Dec
10
answered Why do some denominations not wash feet before taking communion?
Dec
10
comment Why do some denominations not wash feet before taking communion?
Could you give us an example of a denomination that routinely performs foot-washing as part of communion?
Dec
9
comment How do Methodists understand the Apostle's Creed?
Not meaning to imply you didn't, Jason. And yes, a great first question.
Dec
9
revised How do Methodists understand the Apostle's Creed?
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Dec
8
revised How do Methodists understand the Apostle's Creed?
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Dec
8
comment How do Methodists understand the Apostle's Creed?
I assumed he had seen the whole thing, but understood the rest. I'll edit.
Dec
8
comment Does Jesus ever claim to be God, or the son of God?
The link was put in by someone else. But there isn't any significant difference between the two wordings - the key is in "I am".
Dec
8
comment How do Methodists understand the Apostle's Creed?
Hi Jason, and welcome to the Christianity Stack Exchange. Nice to have you with us. Please have a look at the FAQ if you haven't done so already.
Dec
8
answered How do Methodists understand the Apostle's Creed?
Dec
6
answered If Christians believe that Christ was a God and immortal (or resurrected), why do some avenge his killing in his name?
Dec
6
revised Does knowing a spirit's name give special powers in controlling that spirit according to Christian theology?
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