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I am a Canadian, married with kid, and working in Hong Kong. I usually answer posts from a reformed / protestant / evangelical perspective.

People I have encountered on this site seem to be a ‘whole bunch of good people’. Even those who sharply disagree with my own point of view.

I am a huge sinner but am happy knowing God's grace will keep me in his grip.


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comment What is the Biblical basis for the concept of 'balance' between 'two extremes'?
@Mr.Bultitude - yes this is a 'biblical basis' question before that was the common phrase. And yes I guess James answer would be deleted using today's rules as it was merely an intentional opposition to the question.
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revised What is the Biblical basis for the concept of 'balance' between 'two extremes'?
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awarded  Revival
Jul
22
answered Did church fathers ever deal with “Bible requires brutality” critics?
Jul
22
comment Did the early Church Fathers have a complete agreement on how to interpret 1 Peter 3:18-20?
good question and I was surprised at the answer when performing direct research on the writings of the Fathers.
Jul
22
answered Did the early Church Fathers have a complete agreement on how to interpret 1 Peter 3:18-20?
Jul
21
answered Do any church fathers express sentiments opposing authorities?
Jul
19
comment When did the immutability of God become entrenched in Christian literature?
@Nathaniel - cool
Jul
19
comment When did the immutability of God become entrenched in Christian literature?
@Nathaniel - thanks. actually I have that apology on my ipad but can find the reference to immutability in it, only that various sources claim he referred to it ;)
Jul
18
answered When did the immutability of God become entrenched in Christian literature?
Jul
12
comment What is the Biblical basis for saying the Apostles did not necessarily expect the final judgment to occur in their lifetime?
I think this is a good start. What I have noticed in various commentaries is that the passages that speak of a very imminent return...some comentaries draw a conclusion that the Apostles were confused and some understand the return of Christ in the destruction of Jerusalem;)
Jul
11
answered When was the last time, if ever, the secular world acknowledged a demonic possession?
Jul
11
comment Is there a step between biblical theology and systematic theology?
if your trying to really figure out the difference I put my own conclusions here ;).....it's a compex subject because what Biblical Theology is really is a way to break away from classic covenant theology under the excuse of claiming that it is more oganic and natural them systematically categorizing everything under a single view...such as Calvinism does or Charles Hodge does..christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/8095/…
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revised What is the Biblical basis for saying the Apostles did not necessarily expect the final judgment to occur in their lifetime?
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asked What is the Biblical basis for saying the Apostles did not necessarily expect the final judgment to occur in their lifetime?
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awarded  Popular Question
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17
accepted What is the Biblical basis for concluding 'Jesus is Yahweh (Jehovah or LORD)'?
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awarded  Yearling
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