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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
3
answered Whose morals are being referenced by NT authors in the expression “sexual immorality”?
Jun
3
reviewed Approve suggested edit on 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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Oct
8
comment Where does the Bible talk about marriage to non-Christians?
I've tried to edit this into shape. Please let me know if i've obscured the true meaning of your question, I did my best.
Oct
8
revised Where does the Bible talk about marriage to non-Christians?
major reedit to attempt to clarify real question, etc.
Oct
2
comment Why did Satan tempt Jesus in the desert?
that's an awesome parallel. It really shows the temptation to Jesus on a personal level, as the Son of God, and yet also the more important (to us anyways) connection between Christ and Adam. Brilliant, +1 :)
Oct
1
revised Was the Mosaic Covenant a covenant of “works” or “grace”?
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Sep
30
asked Was the Mosaic Covenant a covenant of “works” or “grace”?
Sep
21
awarded  Custodian
Sep
18
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
30
awarded  Yearling
Aug
29
comment In what countries is it illegal to own a Bible (the most banned book in the world)?
@marc just goes to show how incorrect worship is just as bad as none. when we Christians do stuff like that, we're being big time hypocrites :(