Gustavo Cavalcanti

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Veteran software engineer and database architect. With more than 15 years of experience I have built solutions for a wide variety of organizations; from federal government in Brazil to one of the largest health care systems in the United States.His specialties are .Net technologies, Microsoft SQL Server, and user experience in general.

Occasional speaker in code camps and user groups, member of the International .Net Association, president/founder of the Central California .Net User Group and is a board member of the Central Valley Software Partnership in Central California.

I have a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science and an MBA with emphasis in Information Systems and Entrepreneurship from California State University, Fresno. Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) in SQL Server Programming and Administration, as well as a Microsoft Certified Professional in C#.


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revised How to be saved after adultery?
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accepted How to be saved after adultery?
Jan
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comment How to be saved after adultery?
How convenient! Thanks Ben. I appreciate your answer.
Jan
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revised How to be saved after adultery?
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revised How to be saved after adultery?
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Jan
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asked How to be saved after adultery?
Jan
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comment Is the betterment of the world impossible?
@svidgen, sorry but I do not see how this question relates do mine. I am not referring to a reward at all.
Jan
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accepted Is the betterment of the world impossible?
Jan
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comment Is the betterment of the world impossible?
Thanks David. Your last paragraph is a great analogy. Thanks.
Jan
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comment Is the betterment of the world impossible?
Narnian, thanks for your answer. Although your last paragraph sounds naive, depicting everything so good when Christianity shows up. Let's not forget some of the worst times in history brought by Christianity as well. (truthbeknown.com/victims.htm#.UPYUdidlEaE) I do not subscribe to any religion but my question was not loaded. I was really trying to see this point from the Christian perspective and you and David Stratton helped me. Thank you.
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asked Is the betterment of the world impossible?
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awarded  Scholar
Aug
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accepted How can Christians reconcile the request to prohibit same-sex marriage and the lawfulness of homosexuality itself?
Aug
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comment How can Christians reconcile the request to prohibit same-sex marriage and the lawfulness of homosexuality itself?
Ok, thanks for all the answers, I do appreciate the points of view, even they totally oppose my own point of view, but I was not after opinions. I was after a definitive answer from a christian point-of-view but apparently this is not possible. So how can I mark an answer correct? :) I think I need to go with the most up-voted. Also I was not after validating my point-of-view not trying to convince/being convinced. I was genuinely trying to learn the perspective of Christianity.
Aug
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comment How can Christians reconcile the request to prohibit same-sex marriage and the lawfulness of homosexuality itself?
How about the other encouraged rights granted to homosexuals such as the right to constitute a family, adopt children, among others? Are they examples of endorsing the unwanted behavior, just like in marriage?
Aug
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comment How can Christians reconcile the request to prohibit same-sex marriage and the lawfulness of homosexuality itself?
@SigueSigueBen, I agree.
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comment How can Christians reconcile the request to prohibit same-sex marriage and the lawfulness of homosexuality itself?
Great picture! :)