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Jan
7
comment What is the biblical basis for the claim that abortion is morally acceptable (when there are no complicating factors)?
I'm only reporting what the people who hold this view believe.
Jan
7
comment Why did Onesimus return to be a slave?
I haven't read this up in a long time, but I believe it's possible.
Jan
6
revised How many are there of God's angels?
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Jan
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revised Why did Onesimus return to be a slave?
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Jan
6
answered Why did Onesimus return to be a slave?
Jan
4
revised What is the biblical basis for the claim that abortion is morally acceptable (when there are no complicating factors)?
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Jan
4
comment What is the biblical basis for the claim that abortion is morally acceptable (when there are no complicating factors)?
I disagree that this is the normal biblical basis. The normal biblical basis is simply that there is nothing explicit in scripture prohibiting abortion.
Jan
4
revised What is the biblical basis for the claim that abortion is morally acceptable (when there are no complicating factors)?
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Jan
4
comment What is the biblical basis for the claim that abortion is morally acceptable (when there are no complicating factors)?
Here's my suggestion.
Jan
4
revised What is the biblical basis for the claim that abortion is morally acceptable (when there are no complicating factors)?
attempt to produce a version that agrees with the church's position
Jan
4
comment What is the biblical basis for the claim that abortion is morally acceptable (when there are no complicating factors)?
You still seem to be giving the impression that the Presbyterian church considers abortion an acceptable choice that a woman might make in all cases. It doesn't believe that. May I recommend removing the words "pro-choice" from the question. They are not used by the church, and it is a loaded term.
Jan
4
comment What is the biblical basis for the claim that abortion is morally acceptable (when there are no complicating factors)?
I think it might be an idea to edit the question then. It certainly read like that to me.
Jan
4
comment What is the biblical basis for the claim that abortion is morally acceptable (when there are no complicating factors)?
One of the problems with the abortion debate is a tendency to assume that everyone is either 100% against abortion in all cases or believes that it is 100% allowable in all cases. The label "pro-choice" plays into that tendency, and I dislike it applied to groups that have a more nuanced view.
Jan
4
answered What is the biblical basis for the claim that abortion is morally acceptable (when there are no complicating factors)?
Jan
4
comment What is the biblical basis for the claim that abortion is morally acceptable (when there are no complicating factors)?
I would welcome evidence that these denominations, or any others, hold to the view that abortion is always a valid moral choice. I know for a fact that some of the ones you cite do not believe that.
Jan
3
comment Have any Christian denominations publicly raised concerns about the Catholic Jerusalem Bible?
By 'original text' do you mean the Greek and Hebrew manuscripts?
Jan
3
answered What justification would make divorce worse than adultery?
Jan
3
comment Have any Christian denominations publicly raised concerns about the Catholic Jerusalem Bible?
When you say 'corrections' are you referring to corrections to the JB text in later editions, or differences between the JB and other translations?
Jan
3
comment What is the basis for the practice of Intinction (the dipping of the bread into wine during the Eucharist)?
I don't know about originally, but my church started it so those who were sick would not feel excluded by God.
Jan
2
answered Is there any theological reason for not drinking the communion wine?