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comment How does Christianity respond to scientific theory that Man originated through evolution?
I added some links and a few extra words. I doubt I will be the only one editing this, but hopefully my addition will prove useful.
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revised How does Christianity respond to scientific theory that Man originated through evolution?
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Aug
6
answered Has the Roman Catholic Church ever issued an official response to the accusations of the Reformers?
Aug
6
comment Why should a sinner suffer forever in hell fire?
@MonikaMichael I've expanded it a little. Is that better? (if not, please let me know, and I'll try to edit it.)
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revised Why should a sinner suffer forever in hell fire?
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revised Why should a sinner suffer forever in hell fire?
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answered Why should a sinner suffer forever in hell fire?
Aug
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accepted Were Catholics originally offended by the Sacred Heart?
Aug
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comment Does suffering in this life really matter?
It was a case of, "I have what appears to be clear logic producing a conclusion which is uneasy."
Aug
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accepted Does suffering in this life really matter?
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revised Does suffering in this life really matter?
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asked Does suffering in this life really matter?
Aug
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comment Why the disciple took Jesus' mother unto his own home?
@Jomet So? Simply because they are not listed that does not mean that they were not kinsmen. John the Baptist was also omitted. Frankly, I think those are the kin of Christ on Joseph's side while John was related through Mary. It wraps everything up rather nicely.
Aug
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answered Why the disciple took Jesus' mother unto his own home?
Aug
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revised if homosexuality is a sin, why isn't abstinence?
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comment if homosexuality is a sin, why isn't abstinence?
@MarcGravell Children are an occasional byproduct of the unitive act, not a necessary one. But, even assuming infertility, that does not necessarily mean infertility (see Abraham & Sarah or Zechariah and Elizabeth)
Aug
3
comment if homosexuality is a sin, why isn't abstinence?
@TRiG Either we say that Paul is wrong and that homosexuality is natural, or we say that the word natural in Romans 1 has to do with divine/ontological nature and not what you see on the discovery channel.
Aug
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comment How would a Reformed world view see the “Left Behind” series?
+1 for that A==B
Aug
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answered if homosexuality is a sin, why isn't abstinence?
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