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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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Nov
11
accepted What is the Calvinist view of God's sovereignty?
Nov
11
accepted What does “gates of hell” mean in Matthew 16:18?
Nov
11
accepted On what grounds does the Catholic church reject sacraments of protestant denominations?
Nov
11
accepted Is “Angel Therapy” compatible with the Bible?
Nov
11
accepted What is the difference between the doctrines of “Perseverance of the Saints” and “Eternal Security?”
Nov
11
accepted What is the Biblical evidence that there are ONLY three persons in the “Trinity”?
Nov
11
accepted What is the history of the concept of a “personal relationship with Jesus”?
Nov
11
revised What is the history of the concept of a “personal relationship with Jesus”?
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Nov
11
comment Why John the Baptist compared holy spirit with dove?
It wasn't really intended to incite laughter, but to draw attention to the true reason why the dove was likely used; because it's graceful.
Nov
11
asked How do Catholics explain Jesus' words to the thief on the cross, in light of the doctrine of Purgatory?
Nov
11
comment Why John the Baptist compared holy spirit with dove?
His first draft said "like a wild turkey", but his publisher wanted something that seemed a bit more graceful, so he changed it to "dove."
Nov
11
comment Was incest allowed by God before?
It's not really a duplicate, but your question is answered in this related question: christianity.stackexchange.com/q/17848/20
Nov
11
asked What crime was committed by the “thieves” crucified with Jesus?
Nov
11
comment Are there any churches that claim to be Sola Sciptura that also are pro gay-marriage?
It's important to recognize that "sola scriptura" does not dictate the degree to which one holds scripture to be "literal." One can hold to the concept of sola scriptura, and still take a more relativistic or liberal view of scripture. I suspect your friend was confusing the concepts of sola scriptura and Bible literalism.
Nov
8
comment What is a “child of God” from a scholarly perspective?
Which scholarly perspective? Richard Dawkins is a scholar, and he has a perspective on this question...
Nov
8
revised Is it possible to achieve a life without sin on earth?
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Nov
8
comment How do Old Earth Literalist handle the Biblical Earth age?
I'm not sure it is a bad question; that's why I asked for your clarification.
Nov
8
comment How did the Crusades affect the King's power?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about political history, not Christianity.
Nov
8
comment How do Old Earth Literalist handle the Biblical Earth age?
I think this is the only possible answer. There is no way to take a literal interpretation of the Bible and have no other view. It's also an incredibly week position, IMHO, but you get my upvote, because you provide the only logical answer to the question. :)
Nov
8
comment How do Old Earth Literalist handle the Biblical Earth age?
Both of these views, however, fall outside of a literal interpretation of the Bible, thus do not answer the question.