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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.


Aug
7
reviewed Close Why is “fornication” used to describe the actions of “Babylon the Great” in Revelation 18?
Aug
7
reviewed Close Are the word of faith/prosperity doctrines biblical?
Aug
7
comment What prominent Christian thinkers (if any) held to polygenism and if so how did these thinkers view original sin?
"Prominent Christian thinkers" is not a valid scope. Your prominence may be my obscurity.
Aug
7
reviewed Close What prominent Christian thinkers (if any) held to polygenism and if so how did these thinkers view original sin?
Aug
7
reviewed Close Why were early Mormon leaders so critical of traditional Christianity?
Aug
7
reviewed Leave Open What does the bible say about interracial marriages?
Aug
7
reviewed Close God will judge the world based upon righteousness but what about Jesus?
Aug
7
reviewed Close How is “every man be fully persuaded in his own mind” not contradictory to the “narrow is the way leading to life”?
Aug
7
reviewed Leave Open Why do Christians in India eat meat in church?
Aug
6
comment Why do Christians in India eat meat in church?
"Killing animals in the church would probably not be done by most Christians." -- I expect this isn't entirely accurate. In many cultures, church buildings (if such a luxury even exists) are multi-purpose buildings, and using the same building for butchering animals as well as worship service is probably common in some places.
Aug
6
comment Why do Christians in India eat meat in church?
@MattGutting: If you have church in your home or other private property, and you live on a farm where you raise chickens for food, then you're naturally going to kill chickens and eat them "in church." Just because butchering animals in a western church building may seem "sacrilegious" should not in any way suggest that it should be seen that way in other cultures.
Aug
4
comment Why is Mary Magdalene the patron saint of hairdressers?
@Geremia: If someone is commonly accepted as a patron saint, there should be a common reason. That ought to be authoritative enough, and far more authoritative than someone's "probably" opinion.
Jul
30
comment Reasons Behind The Worship of Christ
@fredsbend: So that's specifically a Catholic "legal" definition. Interesting. I don't think I would hold to that definition in general discussion, but it is certainly relevant to this particular question.
Jul
30
comment Reasons Behind The Worship of Christ
@fredsbend: I've never seen/heard/read a definition of "heresy" that depends on the heretic's understanding that their view is (considered) heresy. That seems pretty counter-intuitive. Do you have a source?
Jul
28
revised If someone claims himself to be Jesus Christ does The Bible tell me to immediately disbelieve him?
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Jul
25
reviewed Leave Closed What did Jesus mean when he spoke of drinking new wine in his Father's kingdom?
Jul
24
revised What are the 19 gifts of the Spirit, as listed by Leslie Flynn?
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Jul
24
answered What are the 19 gifts of the Spirit, as listed by Leslie Flynn?
Jul
20
comment What countries today have severe restrictions against Christianity as state policy?
Cuba has some restrictions, but they've largely been lifted in the last decade or two.
Jul
20
revised What countries today have severe restrictions against Christianity as state policy?
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