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Nov
14
comment Was incest allowed by God before?
It's not a duplicate because the answer is different.
Nov
14
comment Why would Jesus begin to be called the Son of God?
Leaving aside that this is probably just a rhetorical turn of phrase - he isn't called God's Son now because people don't know about him. When they do, they will call him God's Son.
Nov
12
answered Was incest allowed by God before?
Nov
4
revised Are all of the red letter text the words of Jesus?
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Nov
4
comment Does God's nature include “without origination”?
I was going to upvote on the grounds that not understanding something doesn't make for a bad question about it, but if you are using terms like "eternal begetting" you presumably do understand.
Oct
31
revised What is the official Roman Catholic Bible?
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Oct
31
revised What is the official Roman Catholic Bible?
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Oct
31
answered Are all of the red letter text the words of Jesus?
Oct
29
comment What is the difference of the 10 commandments from other Biblical laws?
The thing you haven't shown (from scripture) is that when the rest of scripture talks about "the law" it is ONLY talking about the Ten Commandments. The James passage talks about 'royal law found in Scripture, “Love your neighbor as yourself"'. I don't see that in the ten.
Oct
29
comment What is the Catholic Church's attitude to the use of Viagra in marriage?
A technicality, but I believe Catholics are permitted to 'deliberately prevent the conception of children' through natural means, e.g. through withdrawal or use of fertility cycles. But +1.
Oct
29
comment What is the difference of the 10 commandments from other Biblical laws?
Most Christians would disagree that sin is simply and only breaking the 10 Commandments. More importantly none of the passages you quote indicate that they are only talking about the 10 Commandments, rather than the law as a whole.
Oct
28
comment Man Exists in earth
@Mawia Please don't vote for opinions you agree with, please vote for answers that provide accurate descriptions of the Christian view(s) on something.
Oct
28
comment Man Exists in earth
No. But plenty of other ways of dating human remains.
Oct
28
answered Is there a converse of “judge not, lest you be judged?”
Oct
28
comment Man Exists in earth
This answer addresses about 1% of the scientific evidence for an old earth.
Oct
28
comment Man Exists in earth
Will those downvoting please remember that you should not be downvoting based on your personal opinions. This answer represents the majority of Christianity. Even if you personally disagree with it, it is a good answer.
Oct
27
revised Is there a converse of “judge not, lest you be judged?”
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Oct
25
comment Why did the council of Laodicea condemn “Judaizing” Sabbath rest?
@HelloWorld Matthew 5 doesn't single out the Ten COmmandments. If you think it means the Law is still in force, then ALL of the Law is still in force. You would have to stop eating pork or wearing mixed fibre clothing. You would also have to ignore much of Paul's writings.
Oct
25
comment How does Pope Francis's popularity compare to Pope Benedict XVI's?
@ElberichSchneider I believe the OP wants to know how Pope Francis' popularity compares with Pope Benedict.
Oct
21
comment Is “Rapture” or “Caught up alive” in contradiction to God's words “Dust to dust”?
Since this is now about your question, I've commented on that.