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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.

I am pro-tem moderator for Spanish Language.


Feb
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revised Will we be perfect in Heaven?
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9
revised Will we be perfect in Heaven?
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Feb
9
comment Why are there inconsistencies in the New Testament?
I think this is a good question, so I upvoted it... but I'm also VtCing it becuase, as @Narnian said, it really needs to be split up.
Feb
9
revised Why are there inconsistencies in the New Testament?
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Feb
9
comment How did Noah preserve fresh water fish?
I think some are getting hung up on the point of how Noah preserved fresh water fish. I think the heart of the question is: How did fresh water fish survive the flood?, regardless of whether Noah played any role. Am I correct, @rpeg?
Feb
9
revised What is the origin of the Good Friday tradition?
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Feb
8
comment End of the world “calculations”
Actually, Harold Camping predicted the world would end in October, 2011. May was his prediction for the rapture. Not that it really matters; both were clearly wrong.
Feb
8
revised Is/will there be time in heaven?
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Feb
7
comment Is/will there be time in heaven?
Don't angels exist beyond matter, and normally beyond space (at least beyond the 3 space dimensions we're most familiar with)? I have no idea if they exist beyond time...
Feb
7
accepted How does LDS doctrine reconcile monotheism with men becoming gods?
Feb
7
accepted Significance of virgins in the Catholic church
Feb
7
comment Do those who pray to saints ascribe to them the quality of being able to hear many people at once?
It's easy to demonstrate that God exists outside of time, since according to a Christian world view, God created time. But that doesn't necessarily extend to Heaven, which God also created. We do know that heaven is "eternal," but that is also not the same as "without time." I've asked this question.
Feb
7
asked Is/will there be time in heaven?
Feb
7
comment Why does Judaism celebrate Sabbath on Saturday and most Christians celebrate Sabbath on Sunday?
@MikeRiess: It addresses that, too. :) Christians traditionally celebrate on Sundays because this is the day Christ was raised from the grave.
Feb
7
revised Do those who pray to saints ascribe to them the quality of being able to hear many people at once?
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Feb
7
comment Is there a way to prove the God of the Bible?
It is possible to demonstrate that the God of the bible is logical (either from a scientific or philosophical standpoint), however that's not the same as proving He exists. I can prove that an invisible giant rabbit is logical (by coming up with an explanation for how he's invisible, what genetic mutations made him giant, etc), but that doesn't prove he exists. It just proves I'm a science fiction writer. I think you've asked two completely unrelated questions here.
Feb
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revised Is there a way to prove the God of the Bible?
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Feb
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comment Why does Judaism celebrate Sabbath on Saturday and most Christians celebrate Sabbath on Sunday?
@MikeRiess: You're missing the point. "Sabbath" has a very specific meaning in Jewish culture (where the term came from, so they ought to know), which Christians by and large do not recognize. In that sense, Christians don't celebrate the Sabbath at all--even when they worship on Saturday. And in the sense that Christians do celebrate the Sabbath (by simply having a day of rest), they sometimes do call Sunday the Sabbath, but my answer already addressed that point.
Feb
7
comment Why does Judaism celebrate Sabbath on Saturday and most Christians celebrate Sabbath on Sunday?
@MikeRiess: Sunday is not the Sabbath. That's the whole point of the post.
Feb
7
comment How is Christian worship different than Christian religion?
@PeterTurner: That sounds to me like a valid point; marriage predates religion in the Bible, as religion (which at the core means to re-join--man with God in the Christian world view), by definition, cannot exist before the fall.