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My name is Andrew Fallows - I hold a B.S. in Software Engineering from RIT. Currently on the job just outside Philadelphia. Particular areas of interest are programming languages and personal productivity, but I'm still very much in "learn everything, try anything once" mode when it comes to technology.

If you see the name 'kaldrenon' somewhere on the internet, odds are good it's me!


Jan
20
comment Are there Christian denominations that are beginning a discussion about the fact that Jesus was really the son of God?
Could you please cite examples of Christ's teaching which could be used to imply that there is no God? This is a very, very uncommon position among people to identify as Christian.
Jan
14
revised Are there Christian denominations that are beginning a discussion about the fact that Jesus was really the son of God?
clarify questions, emphasis to draw out the main ideas
Jan
14
suggested suggested edit on Are there Christian denominations that are beginning a discussion about the fact that Jesus was really the son of God?
Aug
25
awarded  Yearling
Aug
25
awarded  Yearling
Jul
27
answered Who is Father or God in Christianity
Jul
9
comment Why are Protestants allowed to divorce?
+1 for differentiating between the church's recognition of the spiritual effect of marriage and the legal rights that accompany it.
Jul
9
comment Why are Protestants allowed to divorce?
This is sufficient to explain why some denominations allow divorce in the case of adultery, but would you be able to add information about why some churches allow divorce in other cases, if any do?
Jun
28
answered Inheritance of original sin
Jun
26
answered Does Exodus 3:14 explain who God is to everyone regardless of time and culture?
Jun
26
comment Knowledge of your sin
Related to the analogies (but less to the main point, perhaps) is the Allegory of the cave, worth a read.
Jun
26
answered Knowledge of your sin
May
23
awarded  Critic
May
21
awarded  Scholar
May
21
accepted Biblical support for why something is a sin?
May
18
comment Biblical support for why something is a sin?
@Flimzy - I did consider breaking it into three questions. However, the first two questions are very closely related, and the third is actually a bit off topic for this site (as I understand it), so I felt it better to keep them together.
May
18
awarded  Student
May
17
revised Biblical support for why something is a sin?
added 6 characters in body
May
17
comment Biblical support for why something is a sin?
@DanAndrews Maybe I should edit the post to clarify this, but when I say commandments I don't just mean the 10 Commandments (with a capital C), I mean any command, instruction, prohibition, etc. And I am asking about whether the reasoning behind the command is present in the Bible at all.
May
17
asked Biblical support for why something is a sin?