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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.

I am pro-tem moderator for Spanish Language.


Sep
12
comment How do Theistic Evolutionists reconcile that Eve was called the “…mother of all living?”
Most OECs believe in a literal Adam and Eve anyway... You might be asking about Theistic Evolutionists.
Sep
12
answered How do Theistic Evolutionists reconcile that Eve was called the “…mother of all living?”
Sep
12
comment Why did God put the Serpent into the Garden of Eden?
See here for a discussion of questions like this.
Sep
12
comment Why did God put the Serpent into the Garden of Eden?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about God's motivation, which we can't answer.
Sep
12
revised Origin of the saying: Ex Deo Nascimur, In Christo Morimur
edited title
Sep
11
comment How did Martin Luther see Israel?
@Andrey: Most Christians interpret the promises about Israel as not about the nation. That's my point.
Sep
11
comment What is Molinism?
IMHO, the "biblical basis" part is on-topic here (although not a very good question). But the "What is it?" is absolutely a bad question. Literally 30 seconds of research would have changed this question entirely, and made it a much better one. 10 minutes probably could have come up with an excellent question about Molinism.
Sep
11
comment How did Martin Luther see Israel?
Did he believe in the promises made for Israel? -- Which promises? And which interpretation of 'Israel'?
Sep
11
comment Christ in the context of Predestination
Predestination is usually defended on the idea that humans are so totally depraved that they could never merit salvation through their goodness? -- No, you're describing 'Total Depravity' there... Predestination, or 'Election' is a separate point of Calvinism.
Sep
11
reviewed Leave Closed Which verses in the Scripture may help us view terrorism?
Sep
11
reviewed No Action Needed What do Chinese Catholics call their priests?
Sep
11
comment Would Jesus weep for the souls in Hell?
Are you suggesting that Jesus, in his present spiritual form, has tear ducts? If so, based on what?
Sep
11
comment From Scripture, what are the signs of the demonic presence?
I have edited your question to focus on your actual question. However, the question you have asked is not, in its present form, a good fit for our site, as there are many opinions on demons, and how they are manifest. Please read this post for some pointers on how to narrow your question to be more on-topic here.
Sep
11
revised From Scripture, what are the signs of the demonic presence?
Remove long, rambling pre-amble which adds nothing to the question
Sep
11
comment What is Molinism?
What does the term Molinism entail? is a simple google search away. -1 for lack of research effort.
Sep
11
revised Does the Catholic church believe that God really forgives by confession alone?
edited title
Sep
11
comment What would be a typical Christian Pacifist response to 'rampant evil' - say in the form of large scale terrorism?
@gideonmarx: If India had engaged in actual warfare, almost certainly others would have died of starvation and disease as well. And yes, it's true, after their independence was won, the country broke into near/regional "civil" wars, which is quite unfortunate... but I still think their example serves as a great model for non-violent resistance to oppression. It's only unfortunate that they weren't able to follow that model to full fruition.
Sep
10
comment What would be a typical Christian Pacifist response to 'rampant evil' - say in the form of large scale terrorism?
@Bye: ... And done
Sep
10
revised What would be a typical Christian Pacifist response to 'rampant evil' - say in the form of large scale terrorism?
added 79 characters in body
Sep
10
comment What would be a typical Christian Pacifist response to 'rampant evil' - say in the form of large scale terrorism?
@Bye: That's the preamble to "turn the other cheek"... I can add that context to the quote :)