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I'm a full-time software developer for eFolder, Inc, working remotely. I from Wichita, KS but have been traveling the globe since June, 2013.

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comment How does the Catholic church explain not accepting non-Catholic Bishops (that happen to be female)?
I don't understand the question. The Catholic church doesn't "accept" non-Catholic bishops of any gender...
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comment American evangelist Jean Darnell, “UK prophecy 1967” True or false?
@77Clash: Your question has an aggressive "prove this" tone. Your first comment about explaining down votes shows that you expected a negative reaction. Every comment since then has been combative. Now you're trying to turn it into a racial prejudice. Wiki and I are honestly trying to help this site's content be properly focused. You seem to be intent on setting yourself up to be a martyr. I encourage you to adjust your attitude, or at the very minimum, adjust the way you express yourself.
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comment Is God bound to future events?
@LCIII: No, I don't think it's pedantic. It's not a question of Christianity. It assumes a world view which simply doesn't exist within Christian doctrine. Consider this similar question which was migrated there. It's a similar "challenge" to "god", which has nothing to with Christianity, per se. It's a philosophical argument which has as much to do with Christianity as with Islam, Judaism, or any other belief system which believes in an all-knowing god.
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comment Is God bound to future events?
@LCIII: Calvinists don't hold the premise to be true. Nor do any other Christian groups of which I am aware.
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comment Is God bound to future events?
@LCIII: It can be improved by posting it on Philosophy.SE, where it is on topic.
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comment Is God bound to future events?
@LCIII: All Chrisitans believe in foreknowledge. So he isn't really narrowing it all.
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comment Is God bound to future events?
@LCIII: To make it on-topic it would need to be more like "How do [Catholics] reconcile foreknowledge with God's will?" or somesuch.
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comment Is God bound to future events?
@LCIII: yes, it would. That's still a question of philosophy.
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comment Are there any Catholic sects which disagree with the sinlessness of Mary?
Incidentally, is there a name for that doctrine? If so I can update the question to be a bit more precise.
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reviewed Close Is it appropriate to capitalize pronouns referring to Jesus Christ?
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comment Are there any Catholic sects which disagree with the sinlessness of Mary?
I don't think that does suggest that it's a "core" part of Catholic beliefs. Just because Catholics teach something (as you have demonstrated) doesn't mean that it's "core."
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comment Are there any Catholic sects which disagree with the sinlessness of Mary?
@Tim: The original question was perpetual virginity, but I think her sinless state is a better question. Specifically, I think there are more likely to be organized dissenters to this doctrine, making for a more meaningful answer.
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revised Are there any Catholic sects which disagree with the sinlessness of Mary?
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comment Was the justification for the crusades different from the justification of “Jihad”?
I also suggest doing about 30-seconds worth of research on wikipedia about the crusades and jihad (1 2 3) and see if you still have any questions. In fact, as a general comment, I feel like the majority of your questions show a glaring lack of research effort, which is one reason they get so heavily downvoted and closed. You would do yourself, and the site, a great favor by using google for a few minutes before asking your questions.
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comment Was the justification for the crusades different from the justification of “Jihad”?
The comment you quoted isn't to be found at that link. Did you provide the wrong link?
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comment Is God bound to future events?
Your question is based on a false premise. But more importantly for our purposes, it's off-topic.
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comment American evangelist Jean Darnell, “UK prophecy 1967” True or false?
Is this prophecy ... considered true or false by Christians? Which Christians? This question is unanswerable in the current form.
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