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Feb
26
comment According to evangelicals, before the Reformation, who were Christians if “Catholics are not Christians”?
I think I would begin by asking a different question: What is the reason that some Evangelicals claim Catholics are not "true" Christians/not saved/(whichever exact phrase you're concerned about). With the answer to this question, it will be much easier to accurately ask how these same Evangelicals would address the fourth through sixteenth centuries.
Feb
26
comment According to evangelicals, before the Reformation, who were Christians if “Catholics are not Christians”?
The edit looks to me like a straw-man.
Feb
25
reviewed Close How is the Catholic belief in Purgatory supported?
Feb
25
reviewed Close Are Israel and the Church two different kingdoms?
Feb
25
reviewed Close Why did the blood sacrifice in Genesis take place as acceptable to God?
Feb
25
reviewed Close What's the Protestants' view on the purpose of sacraments?
Feb
25
reviewed Close Where did Noah park the Ark after the flood?
Feb
25
reviewed Close What does it mean to be perfect?
Feb
25
reviewed Close Is the Tetragrammaton YHWV or YHVH
Feb
25
comment Is the Tetragrammaton YHWV or YHVH
And you can read much more (than you want to know) about this, and the debate about pronunciation, here.
Feb
24
comment Is the Tetragrammaton YHWV or YHVH
As letters go, 'V' is older than 'W', since the latter didn't exist until roughly the 7th or 8th century, so it would make sense that older tetragrammations would use V (or possibly VV).
Feb
24
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Feb
24
comment How do Theistic Evolutionists reconcile that Eve was called the “…mother of all living?”
@LCIII: That would depend on whom you ask. The point is that TEs don't believe they literally existed.
Feb
24
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Feb
23
comment Is there a Biblical basis for the concept that demons have an odor?
I have edited your question to remove the separate, and unscoped question about Christian commentary on demons. If you want to ask that as a separate question, that might be appropriate, if you can scope it to a particular denomination or belief system.
Feb
23
revised Is there a Biblical basis for the concept that demons have an odor?
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Feb
23
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
22
comment Why is there a discrepancy between the printed version of the NIV Bible and the one on the Internet?
@curiousdannii: Thanks for the edit!
Feb
22
revised Why is there a discrepancy between the printed version of the NIV Bible and the one on the Internet?
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Feb
22
comment Why is there a discrepancy between the printed version of the NIV Bible and the one on the Internet?
@curiousdannii: 1967 came from here. But I guess that's when the NIV organized, not when they printed their first bible.