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Nov
24
comment Are there Christians who believe Jesus was an ideology and not a person?
Still no definition of "Christian" in those quotes.
Nov
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Do the angels in Ezekiel 1:10 represent the 4 aspects of creation according to evangelicals?
Nov
24
comment The Israelites walked in health and prosperity after God delivered them, is there Bible support for the New Covenant having similar provision?
@Hello: If you can "give the answer away" by asking a well-formed question, then you're asking a bad question.
Nov
24
comment How might one categorize all of the books of the New Testament by theme?
That's still a pretty subjective criteria.
Nov
24
comment How can Jesus, born of mankind, be sinless?
@curiousdannii: Thanks for pointing that out. I have updated the tags.
Nov
24
revised How can Jesus, born of mankind, be sinless?
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Nov
23
comment How can Jesus, born of mankind, be sinless?
I am voting to close this question, because the answer depends on which faith tradition is answering. The Catholic answer is quite different from the protestant answer, and I'm sure within protestant denominations (to say nothing of LDS and JW), the answers vary greatly, too.
Nov
23
comment Why did God deliver his message through Jesus instead of a flesh-and-blood prophet?
@Sparkler: You can up-vote comments.
Nov
23
comment How might one categorize all of the books of the New Testament by theme?
This looks like a pretty open-ended question. Surely there are countless ways to "completely" categorize the entire NT.
Nov
23
revised Yhwh: Exodus 3, 14. «I am that I am» and relationship to Metaphysics as Ontology?
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Nov
23
comment What is the case against Gore Vidal's view that St. Paul “invented Christianity”?
@disciple: Of course it doesn't address that. Because that's not the question. It might make for a reasonable follow-up question, although it would need to be far far FAR more specific. Naturally Paul "re-wrote" the story, as otherwise he would have had no reason to write it at all. The only meaningful discussion would be on whether he changed substantial portions of the story--and that depends on what one believes is "substantial." A follow-up question will need to be very well framed to be constructive.
Nov
23
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Why did God deliver his message through Jesus instead of a flesh-and-blood prophet?
Nov
23
comment According to Christian Zionists, how does the Bible support Israel's land claims near the Mediterranean?
You don't need to be a Christian Zionist to answer this question, but you do need to provide an answer from their perspective. If this is an answer from their perspective, please provide references to indicate where Christian Zionists hold these views.
Nov
23
revised Is there a commandment to love your parents?
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Nov
23
comment The Israelites walked in health and prosperity after God delivered them, is there Bible support for the New Covenant having similar provision?
wont that give it away Give what away? Are you trying to ask a trick question? That's not what we do here.
Nov
23
comment How is it consistent to refer to Jesus as a god, as son of god, as a messiah and as a prophet altogether?
A prophet is a "lower rank" compared to "messiah", so why ever use "prophet" if he's messiah? -- This appears to be based on a misunderstanding of both the terms "prophet" and "messiah." These are not "ranks" but titles of description. You would use one term when describing someone as a prophet, and the other when describing someone as a/the messiah. Much as you could use the titles "father," "boss," "accountant," and countless others, all to refer to the same person, but in different contexts.
Nov
23
revised How is it consistent to refer to Jesus as a god, as son of god, as a messiah and as a prophet altogether?
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Nov
23
comment Are there Christians who believe Jesus was an ideology and not a person?
Show me a verse in the NT that defines what a Christian is.
Nov
22
comment Are there Christians who believe Jesus was an ideology and not a person?
The definition of Christian is decidedly NOT in the Bible.
Nov
22
revised Are there any scholars or doctrinal schools that address the conspicuous dearth of needy people in Jesus' sayings and stories?
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