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Dec
10
comment Why did God create Adam and Eve so that they would sin?
It was edited, but your original question said nearly the exact same thing. I encourage you to edit your question to ask what you really intend.
Dec
10
comment Why did God create Adam and Eve so that they would sin?
So why did God create Adam and Eve so that they would sin? -- that sure looks like a question about motives. If you mean to ask something else, perhaps you could ask something else.
Dec
10
comment Why did God create Adam and Eve so that they would sin?
Questions about God's motives are off topic.
Dec
10
revised What issues do Catholics representing God in fiction historically face?
edited title
Dec
10
comment What issues do Catholics representing God in fiction historically face?
@fredsbend: Lewis, as already mentioned, was a well-known Anglican (I've even visited his church), but even son, neither of these authors are known for fiction about the church. They are most known for their fantasy, which can be allegorical to the Christian faith (Lewis embraced this concept, Tolkien rejected it).
Dec
10
reviewed Reject How does Oneness Pentecostalism interpret Matthew 3:17?
Dec
10
reviewed Reopen Are there any Catholic sources that speak of which event may be identified with “the day of the LORD” in Revelation?
Dec
10
revised Are there any Catholic sources that speak of which event may be identified with “the day of the LORD” in Revelation?
edited tags
Dec
10
comment Why did God not want man to have the knowledge of good and evil?
Questions about God's motivation have been determined to be off topic.
Dec
10
reviewed Close Why did God not want man to have the knowledge of good and evil?
Dec
10
reviewed Close How did the phenomenon of “Megachurches” come about?
Dec
10
reviewed Leave Open Why did Mary and Joseph look for an inn?
Dec
10
reviewed Close When, how and why did Mary start to be called “Queen of heaven”?
Dec
10
reviewed Close Sodom and Gomorrah and God's judgement in the Christian age
Dec
10
revised What is the status of Catholics who reject Vatican II? Are they considered heretics?
edited body; edited title
Dec
9
comment The difference between how the Holy Spirit and Son “proceed” from the Father
I see multiple possible questions here, and I can't tell which one(s) you are actually asking. 1) The title question ('Does only the Holy Spirit proceed from the Father?') is off-topic as a "Truth Question". 2) What is the difference between how the HS and the Son proceed--probably also a truth question. 3) Why is it commonly confessed... Probably opinion-based. If you were to ask why only the HS is mentioned in this way in the nicene-creed that would probably be on-topic. If you were asking about the differences in the usage of the Greek words in various contexts, that would probably fit BH
Dec
9
revised How did the phenomenon of “Megachurches” come about?
edited body
Dec
8
comment Are there any traditions or schools of thought that track Jesus' movements?
I have downvoted since this doesn't actually answer the question, but rather only mentions that an answer exists.
Dec
8
comment Does the Bible say we will die sinning?
This question appears to be off-topic because it seeking a proof text for a personal opinion.
Dec
8
revised Are there any traditions or schools of thought that track Jesus' movements?
deleted 20 characters in body; edited tags