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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.

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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Jun
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comment What is consumerism and what does the Pope see wrong with it?
@fredsbend: I suspect the answer to "What is consumerism" would render the question "What does the Pope see wrong with it?" obsolete. If not, it shouldn't be difficult for the OP to express their confusion.
Jun
25
revised What is the basis for missions in a wider hope/inclusive framework?
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Jun
25
accepted How do Christians reconcile archeology with the Bible in the account of the Battle of Jericho?
Jun
25
comment How do Christians reconcile archeology with the Bible in the account of the Battle of Jericho?
Thanks for the thorough answer, covering various perspectives. I think my question was probably "too broad" as I worded it (and I would normally VtC as such), but your answer proves that it's reasonable to answer just the same. Thanks a lot!
Jun
25
reviewed Close Who created God?
Jun
24
answered What are some examples of the restoration theme, in the OT, that Christ makes all things new?
Jun
23
comment Could a lowborn during the middle ages read the bible?
@MattGutting: The permission aspect, within the context of the church, may be on-topic here. Access is more a question of literacy, and the availability of written materials, which is more historical, IMO.
Jun
23
comment Could a lowborn during the middle ages read the bible?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is not about Christianity, but rather about historical literacy. History.SE would be a better place to ask.
Jun
22
comment What is consumerism and what does the Pope see wrong with it?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it can be answered by a dictionary or encyclopedia.
Jun
22
awarded  Reviewer
Jun
22
comment Which, if any, Protestant bodies affirm punishment in the afterlife for the unrighteous prior to the general resurrection and the Day of the Lord?
Your title seems like a reasonable question, but then you ask 4 more distinct questions in your closing paragraph, which don't fit at all into the "Do any denominations believe this?" format. What do you actually want us to answer?
Jun
22
reviewed Close Which, if any, Protestant bodies affirm punishment in the afterlife for the unrighteous prior to the general resurrection and the Day of the Lord?
Jun
22
reviewed Close Are there any christian denominations that think having concubines is sin and why?
Jun
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reviewed Close Born of water and of the Spirit
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22
comment Born of water and of the Spirit
Are you simply asking where were each of the disciples baptized?
Jun
22
reviewed Close The effect of poison on Christians
Jun
19
revised What is the Biblical basis for death being the last point for repentance?
Certainly not the whole of Christendom
Jun
15
comment What religious beliefs did the Galatians hold when Paul first preached the gospel to them?
"Pagan" has multiple meanings. Traditionally, it means certain forms of polytheistic spirit worship. Now days it often means "anyone who's not part of a major religion." Which sense are you asking about?