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Mar
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comment Is enjoying an apocryphal book a sin?
Before Christianity?
Mar
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comment Is enjoying an apocryphal book a sin?
@Flimzy That one got 11 upvotes meaning there're many fat people and not so many reading gnostics
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comment Is enjoying an apocryphal book a sin?
But there is a similar question about being fat without medical care sin or noi sin and that one didn't get closed
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accepted Is enjoying an apocryphal book a sin?
Mar
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comment Is enjoying an apocryphal book a sin?
Gee, a Christianity forum and sin is off-topic. Okay...
Mar
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comment Is enjoying an apocryphal book a sin?
Eh! Where does it say that definition of sin could you please point out?
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asked Is enjoying an apocryphal book a sin?
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awarded  Yearling
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asked Did Jesus suffer on the Cross in all possible senses?
Oct
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comment What does it mean for a priest 'to lose faith'?
@Dan Andrews A Christian is required to convert others, no? Not that I'm going out there anytime soon, though.
Oct
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comment What does it mean for a priest 'to lose faith'?
@Dan Andrews Do they at the Islam.SE have beautiful discussions Lewis style and other such Colridge style? I only know about Islam from my TV and that's sometimes frightening.
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comment What does it mean for a priest 'to lose faith'?
@Andrew Leach Oh, but I meant the Bible. Is there a stackexchange forum on Islam?
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asked What does it mean for a priest 'to lose faith'?
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accepted The Last Judgement: a civilized trial or a barbaric ordeal?
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comment The Last Judgement: a civilized trial or a barbaric ordeal?
@AffableGeek No, I had no idea of that meaning. Does the word ha-Satan also implies the Satan has a demonic laughter as in ha! ha! ? Anyway, you're saying he does prosecution for a living, correct? How so, is he paid in advance like some sort of an artist? No wonder people say we shouldn't trust Satan, good chances to he'll mess up the whole trial ha ha.
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comment The Last Judgement: a civilized trial or a barbaric ordeal?
As the Christian religion is, essentially, 'beautiful' (or anyway they try to present it as such these days) I can't help noticing that having Satan as a prosecutor does add beauty to the image of the Last Trial whereas simply saying 'God sees and knows all' is a debil's lament. At times other than ours (in the near future) of course no such question will ever be meant to be asked