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comment Why do some Christians oppose Tarot cards?
@curiousdannii: if you wanted to expand on that, ideally explaining why divination is bad, it would make for a good answer.
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asked Why do some Christians oppose Tarot cards?
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revised Is there any extra-Biblical 'evidence' of Herod's murder of babies?
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revised How is the amazement of the Jews explained by those who believe that “Render Unto Caesar” affirmed the paying of taxes?
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reviewed Close Does the triune God have will by nature, or by persons?
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revised Was intercourse outside marriage considered adultery in Mosaic law?
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comment Is Frisbeetarianism a Christian denomination?
@Pam: As a general rule, questions which can be answered within 1-2 minutes on google should not be asked here. The vast majority of questions on here cannot be quickly answered by Google (or couldn't before they were asked here). This is one of the key metrics we use during site evaluations to determine if a site is "making the Internet a better place".
Jan
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comment Is Frisbeetarianism a Christian denomination?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is not about Christianity, and can be easily answered in 30 seconds by Google.
Jan
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comment Is Frisbeetarianism a Christian denomination?
What did Google tell you?
Jan
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comment On which date was Christ born?
In your first example, the duplicate happened nearly a year before the target was closed. In the second case, the target isn't even closed (although I agree with you that the Catholic perspective makes yours unique and better)
Jan
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comment On which date was Christ born?
@FMS: Questions should rarely ever be made duplicates of closed questions, unless the new question has the same flaw as the closed question.
Jan
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comment How does washing your face and anointing your head hide that you are fasting?
@MattGutting: Some context is needed to make that connection.
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comment On which date was Christ born?
@FMS: Thanks for the edit attempt. However, given the relatively ancient nature of this question, and the existing answers, I'd rather leave this question as is, and closed, than to invalidate the existing answers. Feel free to ask your overview question separately, if you're so inclined.
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revised If I win the Powerball jackpot will Catholic Church accept a donation?
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comment How does washing your face and anointing your head hide that you are fasting?
Why do you think it hides that you are fasting?
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revised If I win the Powerball jackpot will Catholic Church accept a donation?
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comment Is there biblical basis for the belief that God “likes” or feels “affection” toward us?
This does not appear to address the question. It affirms God's love for humanity, but doesn't address the question of whether God feels affection for individuals.
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comment What does it mean to abstain from blood in the 21st century?
@Marc: Yeah, I found that. But that doesn't say what you claim it says. That doesn't say to abstain from all blood. In your translation, it says to abstain from blood from strangled animals. In the translation quoted in the question above, it says "blood." Nowhere is it clear that this ought to mean "rare meat."