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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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Dec
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revised Why don't creationists teach a literal firmament anymore?
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Dec
18
comment If Adam and Eve were exempt from death, why did they need to eat?
@Jay: And even among those who can tell the difference, who would say an amoeba has a soul or consciousness? If amoebas don't have souls or consciousness, what about insects? What about coral? They are animals that don't walk around. I wouldn't know if they were plant or animal without looking up the definition. The line between "plant" and "animal" is absolutely NOT self evident to the average lay person.
Dec
18
comment If Adam and Eve were exempt from death, why did they need to eat?
@Jay: No, I don't think the typical lay person could tell which of the following is a plant, and which is an animal: 1, 2.
Dec
18
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
17
reviewed Close Sex outside of marriage is a sin. But what about “less than sex”?
Dec
17
reviewed Leave Open Where does prevenient grace originate in the Bible?
Dec
17
reviewed Close What guidelines or rules should be used when interpreting the Bible?
Dec
16
comment If Adam and Eve were exempt from death, why did they need to eat?
@Jay: "clearly the kind of life that plants have is very different from the kind of life that animals have" -- clearly two whom? Certainly not most laypeople. Is a bacteria a plant or animal? How about an amoeba? A venus fly trap? A mushroom? These all have answers, but they are not self-evident. Neither is any interpretation of "death" in Genesis, other than a spiritual one, self-evident.
Dec
15
awarded  Good Question
Dec
14
comment Do any Christian denominations believe in a “duality” rather than a trinity?
If I understand your meaning correctly, I think you mean a "duinity" or "bi-nity", not "duality"... A duality would be two distinct, but opposite things. A dui/bi-inity would be, as with the trinity, two-in-one. Your question also seems to confuse the concept of the trinity as "three divinities", which isn't really accurate...
Dec
14
revised If Adam and Eve were exempt from death, why did they need to eat?
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Dec
14
revised If Adam and Eve were exempt from death, why did they need to eat?
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Dec
14
answered If Adam and Eve were exempt from death, why did they need to eat?
Dec
14
comment Is parent disaproval a Biblical reason why two believers could not marry
I have edited the question to remove the "Is X a sin?" question, and instead focus on what the Bible says. I hope this makes the question on-topic again.
Dec
14
revised Is parent disaproval a Biblical reason why two believers could not marry
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10
awarded  Enlightened
Dec
10
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
6
revised What is the message of Matthew 9:5?
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Dec
5
reviewed Close How old is the earth?
Dec
5
reviewed Close When God said to man that if he sinned he would die, was he speaking of death of the human body or death of the Soul, or the Spirit?