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Aug
13
comment Are there any non-pacifist traditions that object to military chaplaincy?
But in any case, I'm not downvoting your answer.
Aug
13
comment Are there any non-pacifist traditions that object to military chaplaincy?
Hmm... it strikes me as kind of the opposite of #2. That is to say, an attempt to restrict the government's interaction with religion, not religion's interaction with the government.
Aug
13
comment How do local flood proponents explain God's promises to never do it again?
@Steve: That's probably pretty hard to prove either way, but that would make sense.
Aug
13
answered How do local flood proponents explain God's promises to never do it again?
Aug
13
comment Are there any non-pacifist traditions that object to military chaplaincy?
This is interesting, but how does it answer the question?
Aug
12
reviewed Close Is Hell eternal, or do some/all escape it?
Aug
12
reviewed Close How should a Christian evaluate whether a particular action a sin or not?
Aug
12
reviewed Close Did Paul preach Jesus's message?
Aug
12
reviewed Close What's the main logical basis that is put forth by those Christians who don't believe in the existence of God?
Aug
12
reviewed Close Are bad things in life Satan's doing or God testing/punishing me?
Aug
12
reviewed Close Is the “dark night of the soul” mentioned in the Bible?
Aug
12
comment Do any trinitarian Protestant traditions teach that anyone who denies the Trinity is necessarily unsaved?
@Nathaniel: I offer that mainly as a personal observation. Short of doing a large-scale poll of Christians on that issue, I'm not sure how to make it more solid. Maybe I can find some bloggers who mention such things.
Aug
12
comment Do any trinitarian Protestant traditions teach that anyone who denies the Trinity is necessarily unsaved?
"My theory..." is never an appropriate start to an answer here.
Aug
12
revised Do any trinitarian Protestant traditions teach that anyone who denies the Trinity is necessarily unsaved?
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Aug
12
answered Do any trinitarian Protestant traditions teach that anyone who denies the Trinity is necessarily unsaved?
Aug
12
comment Do any trinitarian Protestant traditions teach that anyone who denies the Trinity is necessarily unsaved?
There are certainly individual examples of Trinitarians who claim non-Trinitarians are unsaved. I'm still looking for an official group/denomination that believes this.
Aug
12
comment When did the early church begin reciting the Lord's Prayer in corporate worship?
They were regularly repeated--that's not to say they were necessarily repeated as part of corporate worship (but then corporate worship then was certainly different than corporate worship now, so that distinction may not be as meaningful as we might think)
Aug
12
comment When did the Community of Christ (formerly RLDS) adopt the doctrine of the Trinity?
Did my edit change the meaning somehow? Why do you think it's necessary to disparage the RLDS church in your question?
Aug
12
comment When did the early church begin reciting the Lord's Prayer in corporate worship?
The fact that it's quoted in the gospels, which were shared orally for decades before being recorded, is evidence that it was recited word-for-word, at least according to some scholars.
Aug
11
revised When did the Community of Christ (formerly RLDS) adopt the doctrine of the Trinity?
Remove anti-RLDS bias from question