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I'm a reformed evangelical in the PCA and a member of Grace PCA. I'm also a geek who likes Javascript, CSS, HTML, & C#. I'm learning Python.

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Jun
5
reviewed Reviewed Where does the idea of a water canopy come from in the Bible, and is there scientific evidence to support it?
Jun
5
answered Why do Christians appeal to personal gain and inducing fear when attempting to “convert” people?
Jun
4
comment Whose morals are being referenced by NT authors in the expression “sexual immorality”?
Marital ceremonies always existed, from the very beginning of Creation. God started off the world with one man and one woman, and Genesis 2:24 says "Therefore a man shall leave his father and mother and hold fast to his wife, and they shall become one flesh."
Jun
4
awarded  Informed
Jun
4
answered Why are some miracles hard to explain and some are not?
Jun
3
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
3
revised Does God shape your destiny by the genes you inherit?
readability
Jun
3
reviewed Approve Why do Jehovah's Witnesses refuse to pledge allegiance or salute the flag?
Jun
3
reviewed Reject Does God shape your destiny by the genes you inherit?
Jun
3
answered Whose morals are being referenced by NT authors in the expression “sexual immorality”?
Jun
3
reviewed Approve Whose morals are being referenced by NT authors in the expression “sexual immorality”?
Apr
15
revised What's the point of the second commandment?
Be nice! :)
Apr
15
comment When was the Bible formally declared to be inerrant and/or infallible?
@PaulA.Clayton feel free to edit that into the answer or post your own!
Apr
14
comment When was the Bible formally declared to be inerrant and/or infallible?
Yo! Headed to evening service but I'll hit it when I'm back! :)
Apr
14
answered When was the Bible formally declared to be inerrant and/or infallible?
Apr
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
11
comment What name was used by Peter for Baptism?
While I'im not quite sure we can (or should) disect "Lord Jesus Christ" to specifically apply to different persons of the trinity, I like this answer in general - the "name" of the Father, Son, and Spirit (the trinity) is the name at which every knee shall bow: "Jesus"
Feb
6
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
7
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
8
revised Where does the Bible talk about marriage to non-Christians?
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