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Apr
23
revised From a Catholic viewpoint, why will there be a particular judgement and a general judgment?
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Apr
23
reviewed Approve Why do Indian Christian women wear head coverings?
Apr
23
reviewed Reject Should husbands submit to wives?
Apr
23
reviewed Close How is Abraham able to speak to the rich man across the chasm of hell in Jesus' story in Luke 16?
Apr
23
reviewed Close When do we as Christians draw the line on self-defense?
Apr
23
reviewed Close What is significant about the torn curtain? What about Jesus' death impressed the centurion at the cross?
Apr
23
reviewed Close Why is the number three special?
Apr
22
comment Can you help illuminate part of this Psalm? (103)
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is about English language grammar.
Apr
22
comment Can you help illuminate part of this Psalm? (103)
It's almost more just about English grammar. Either way, it doesn't seem like it fits here.
Apr
21
reviewed Close Is Christian mysticism an oxymoron or is it a legitimate path for a Christian?
Apr
21
reviewed Close Three men appeared to Abraham in Genesis 18, was one Christophany?
Apr
21
reviewed Close Does Christianity allow Christians to celebrate other holidays?
Apr
21
reviewed Close Are our consciences trustworthy?
Apr
21
comment Intertestamental usage of the LXX
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is not about Christianity.
Apr
21
comment Basis for belief that Christians will skip judgement
"What is the Biblical basis for the belief that Christians will skip any kind of Judgment?" There is no basis for this. And nobody (except perhaps Atheists, who don't believe in judgment at all) believes this, either.
Apr
21
reviewed Close According to the Catholic Church, does Jesus condemn those who don't believe?
Apr
21
reviewed Close Basis for belief that Christians will skip judgement
Apr
21
comment Historically what percentage of the Catholic Church's liturgical function was done in Latin?
This article talks a bit about the history of Latin Liturgy in the Catholic church--and touches on why it would be so difficult to estimate the answer to this question, too.
Apr
21
comment Historically what percentage of the Catholic Church's liturgical function was done in Latin?
That's probably an unanswerable question. Although it might be answerable with some reasonable estimates. But in essence, we don't have much information about early church history (how often did churches meet? How many churches were there? What language(s) did they speak? Were they "Catholic?").
Apr
21
comment Historically what percentage of the Catholic Church's liturgical function was done in Latin?
Are you asking, "Which percentage of Catholic services in 1516 were done in Latin?" or "From 33AD to 1516AD, what percentage of Catholic services were done in Latin?"