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Jul
19
reviewed No Action Needed Which denominations use the King James Version?
Jul
19
reviewed Close Which denominations use the King James Version?
Jul
19
reviewed Leave Open According to Catholic doctrine, Is every woman that has an abortion automatically going to hell?
Jul
18
comment Why do Young-Earth Creationists make such a big deal about the YEC view
I see... interesting. I guess I can see your point. :)
Jul
18
comment What is unique about Christianity?
I like this answer, and I'm up-voting it, but it would be much improved if you could add some additional context, explaining what it means. (I know what it means, because I'm familiar with Lewis's quote, but not everyone will know).
Jul
18
comment Why do Young-Earth Creationists make such a big deal about the YEC view
OECs (generally) consider scripture to be just as trust worthy as YECs do. The disagreement isn't in scripture's authority or trustworthiness, the disagreement is one of literary genres. To pretend the debate is about trustworthiness is to either ignore (likely unintentionally) the true issue at hand, or a straw man (and effectively is both).
Jul
18
comment To a YEC, how does a metaphorical interpretation of Genesis 1-3 distort the gospel?
@DavidStratton: It's related, thanks for linking to that question--I hadn't seen it before. But I don't think it's a duplicate. The accepted answer doesn't talk about salvation at all, and your answer only touches on the topic, when it talks about Jesus' treatment of the creation account.
Jul
18
revised To a YEC, how does a metaphorical interpretation of Genesis 1-3 distort the gospel?
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Jul
18
asked What is Christ's role in salvation according to Arian theology?
Jul
18
asked To a YEC, how does a metaphorical interpretation of Genesis 1-3 distort the gospel?
Jul
18
comment What is the current relevance of Arianism?
I think this answer, and especially the definition of "Arianism" requires references. Arian himself held that Christ is divine.
Jul
18
comment What is the oldest existing copy of Genesis?
Are you interested in the oldest complete manuscript, or would a partial manuscript satisfy your curiosity?
Jul
18
asked When did the concept of “wine is grape juice” originate?
Jul
18
comment Do Calvinism and Arminianism cover all Christian doctrines?
The problem with this question is perhaps made obvious if one considers that both Calvinism and Arminianism affirm Christ as the savior. So to find a belief system that rejects all points of both means to find a non-Christian belief system. If that's really what you want, the question is off-topic here. I suspect that's not really what you want.
Jul
18
comment Do Calvinism and Arminianism cover all Christian doctrines?
Your question is challenging a common false dichotomy ("all Christians are either Calvinist or Arminian") with another false dichotomy: "A Christian must accept all points of Calvinism or Arminianism, or none". It's a nonsensical question.
Jul
18
revised church-history wiki excerpt
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Jul
17
revised Does God have a sense of humor? Does he laugh?
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Jul
17
revised Barley and the first fruit offerings- what is the meaning of the barley as relates to messiah as first fruits
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Jul
17
revised In Reformed Theology, what are seen as the implications of Traducianism versus Creationism (of the soul)?
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Jul
17
revised Was Christ's suffering unusually harsh for the standard of the Roman times?
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